The injury to Wriddhiman Saha’s groin (between thigh and groin) is not ‘serious’, but his franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is in this case only after consultation with the medical team of the BCCI (Indian Cricket Board) Will take steps.
This experienced wicket-keeper-batsman is part of the team going on tour to Australia after this T20 competition. The BCCI medical team monitors the injury to players of the national team. Saha suffered this injury during the IPL match played against Delhi Capitals on Tuesday. He played an aggressive innings of 87 off 45 balls in Manch, but did not come for wicketkeeping again. He was replaced by wicketkeeping player Srivats Goswami.
Team captain David Warner said after the match at the award ceremony, “Unfortunately there is an injury to his groin but hopefully it is not too serious.” Saha is part of the Indian Test team that will be touring Australia next month. A four-match series to be played from mid-December.
The BCCI source said that all the franchisees have been told to be a little cautious about the fitness of the national team players. “It does not look serious at the moment, but the Sunrisers have three days to play (against Royal Challengers Bangalore on 31 October),” the official said. We are hoping that will be good. “
There is a possibility that Saha may be advised to rest in the next two matches and if the Sunrisers manage to secure a place in the playoffs, they will be fully fit. Saha, in an interview with star spinner Rashid Khan on IPLT20.com, hoped that he would get over the injury quickly.