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IPL 2020: Will Dwayne Bravo get ruled out for CSK’s next matches?

Will Dwayne Bravo get ruled out for CSK's next matches?

Will Dwayne Bravo get ruled out for CSK’s next matches?

West Indies’ star, Dwayne Bravo, has been a vital cog for the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the going on the season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). He has grabbed six wickets in the matches he has played but there is a stroke of bad news as revealed by the coach Stephen Fleming.

CSK’s coach has revealed about Dwayne groin injury and said that he might not be able to feature in the next couple of matches for Dad’s army.

On the other hand, the skipper MS Dhoni discussed CSK’s last game played against DC where the side lost against Shreyas Iyer’s men. The people believe that Dhoni shall have given last over to Bravo instead of Ravindra Jadeja. CSK might have won but after DC’s Axar Patel smashed three sixes to Jadeja, the skipper faced criticism on poor selection at death overs.

Revealing the reason in the press conference, the captain cool revealed Bravo’s injury along with his absence from the field. He added that he had to make a choice between Karn Sharma and Jadeja.

Will Dwayne Bravo get ruled out for CSK’s next matches?

“Bravo was not fit, he went out and was really not able to come back. That was the reason we had to bowl (Jadeja). The option was between Karn and Jaddu so I went ahead with Jaddu,” he said.

“He seems to have a right groin injury, I think, and it was obviously serious enough to keep him off the field. He’s obviously desperately disappointed that he couldn’t bowl the last over – that’s what he’s pretty much in the team for. He will have to be reassessed going forward, but at this stage, you’d imagine it’s going to take a few days or a couple of weeks, but we will assess that tomorrow,” Fleming said.

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