IPL 2019: Sanju Samson Will Undergo A Couple Of Tests Ahead Of CSK Clash
Now, it is the time for Pink city to host a game in the Indian Premier League 2019. They will be hosting Chennai Super Kings, who are the current table-toppers in the tournament. In between, the major news broke out from Rajasthan Royals camp regarding the participation of Sanju Samson.
The Kerala cricketer is in a stellar form with the bat. He already registered a century to his name but failed to make into the playing XI in the next couple of games owing to an injury. Finally, the batting coach of Rajasthan gave an update on Sanju Samson.
Sanju Samson has a Grade 1 Tear in Thigh:
He revealed that the flamboyant batsman has suffered a level – 1 tear in his thigh region. Thus, they wanted to give him a rest for a couple of games in order to see him get fully fit. Coming to his participation against CSK, he will undergo a couple of Tests ahead of the Toss.
”Sanju has a grade 1 tear in his Thigh. Hence, we wanted him to stay back for a couple of games. We will have a couple of tests and then take a call regarding his involvement in the tonight’s clash against Chennai Super Kings,” the batting coach Amol Muzumdar quoted.
A timely update on @IamSanjuSamson's injury ahead of tonight's game by our batting coach! 🙌🏾
— Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) April 11, 2019
Coming to their progress in the tournament, it was an unfortunate run so far for Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League 2019. They have been pretty close to the victories in more than a couple of games but unfortunately, they ended up on the wrong side of things.
The home side Rajasthan Royals would like to start their winning way from the game against Chennai Super Kings. From, now on, Ajinkya Rahane-led side would like to bag all the remaining games in their kitty.
So far, they played five matches in the tournament. In those, they managed to win only one game, which came against the bottom team of the table Royal Challengers Bangalore. However, they have been close to winning in three games but something or the other saw them stay away from the victory at a minute distance.
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