Former Australian captain Steve Smith will miss the following two matches of the continuing Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) as a consequence of an elbow harm. Smith, who has performed simply two matches within the event to this point, will return to Australia for additional medical remedy and is prone to rejoin his squad Comilla Victorians if there isn’t any vital injury.
“He’s fairly constructive about returning, presumably in the course of the Sylhet part of the competitors. He’ll bear an MRI in Australia, which isn’t obtainable in Bangladesh, and can inform us about it,” ESPNcricinfo quoted Victorians media supervisor Sohanuzzaman Khan, as saying.
Within the two video games to this point, Smith has scored simply 16 runs, together with a duck within the final match. Victorians are presently ranked quantity 5 within the factors desk of the T20 event and are slated to tackle Rajshahi Kings on January 11 of their subsequent conflict.
Smith, who’s serving a 12-month suspension for his position within the large ball-tampering scandal throughout a Check collection in opposition to South Africa in March, just isn’t allowed to take part in worldwide and home Australian cricket. He, nonetheless, participated within the International T20 Canada league and the Caribbean Premier League in July-August. Lately, he additionally led his grade facet Sutherland to victory within the New South Wales Premier T20.