Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma, who had missed the sport in opposition to Chennai Super Kings earlier this week, is unlikely to begin in opposition to Rajasthan Royals on Sunday on the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi owing to the hamstring damage he incurred.
According to a report in the ANI, Mumbai Indians administration are his return in the sport in opposition to Royal Challengers Bangalore in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, which might suggest a 10-day recovery interval for the skipper.
More than his IPL franchise, it’s the Indian crew administration and the BCCI who’re extra apprehensive about his damage on condition that Rohit is now an integral member of the Test squad and therefore shall be travelling to Australia in December for an extended sequence together with limited-overs fixtures. Earlier this 12 months, he was dominated out of the New Zealand Test sequence after he suffered a calf damage.
“Rohit Sharma has suffered a left leg hamstring strain during Mumbai Indians’ last outing. Rohit has made good progress over the last four days, while the management is taking one day at a time monitoring the recovery process in consultancy with BCCI. Rohit has been advised to rest for the match against CSK. Kieron Pollard will lead the team tonight,” Mumbai Indians had commented on Rohit’s damage standing forward of the CSK recreation.
Despite his absence, Mumbai defeated CSK to amass 14 factors from 10 video games. A win on Sunday will just about repair their spot in the playoffs.
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