New Zealand veteran Corey Anderson is likely to be suited for the forthcoming cash-rich Indian Premier League after getting on the mend from an injury on finger which hooked him up in ambiguity for this contest.

Anderson smashed the previous world record of the fastest ODI ton soon after exploding into international cricket last year, was a much hunted after player in the IPL players’ auction.

At the end of the day, the genii of the last year Mumbai Indians latched on to for an amount of  Rs 4.50 corer (USD 750,000).

“There’s no rapture, no break and we’re very happy with how the wound is going,” Anderson was quoted in the ’Fairfax NZ News’.

After meeting an expert in Auckland last week this 23-year-old cricketer has showed his reaction. “The ligaments are all excellent too; everything else is nice to get. Everything worked well and the news was entirely positive,” he said.

Anderson got injured his disjointed right little finger during the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh in a match against Sri Lanka. However, the wound had given rise to an ambiguity if he could join the tournament later or pay it a skim.

The IPL is going to lay the flame from April 16 in the UAE with the heroes of the last year encountering the Kolkata Knight Riders in Abu Dhabi.

The first peg of the IPL (from April 16 to 30) is being recreated in the UAE due to a fracas of dates with the general elections in the country.