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Thursday, 10 January 2019

Steve Smith injured in BPL stint


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Former Australia captain Steve Smith will drop out of the Bangladesh Premier League after just two matches, after picking up an elbow injury.

Smith was captaining Comilla Victorians when he suffered the problem with his elbow.

“Smith has suffered an elbow injury. We are not sure how he picked it up, but the last two days he could not bat in training due to the problem,” Victorians head coach Mohammad Salahuddin told AFP.

“He had an MRI test here but the result was not very clear. He sent the report to Australian physicians who advised him to return home immediately.”



Smith had scored just 13 runs in his two matches, including a duck in the last match where his side was dismissed for 63.

Smith has decided to fly home and have the injury treated.

The former Aussie skipper was initially blocked from playing in the tournament because he was not included in the initial players’ draft list for the tournament.

His former deputy David Warner, who is serving a similar ban for his role in the scandal, is also playing in the BPL, captaining the Sylhet Sixers franchise.

Former Australia captain Steve Smith will drop out of the Bangladesh Premier League after just two matches, after picking up an elbow injury.

Smith was captaining Comilla Victorians when he suffered the problem with his elbow.

“Smith has suffered an elbow injury. We are not sure how he picked it up, but the last two days he could not bat in training due to the problem,” Victorians head coach Mohammad Salahuddin told AFP.

“He had an MRI test here but the result was not very clear. He sent the report to Australian physicians who advised him to return home immediately.”



Smith had scored just 13 runs in his two matches, including a duck in the last match where his side was dismissed for 63.

Smith has decided to fly home and have the injury treated.

The former Aussie skipper was initially blocked from playing in the tournament because he was not included in the initial players’ draft list for the tournament.

His former deputy David Warner, who is serving a similar ban for his role in the scandal, is also playing in the BPL, captaining the Sylhet Sixers franchise.

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