Will Jacks IPL: On March 31, the 16th season of the lucrative Indian Premier League will start. Nevertheless, prior to the big event starting, a number of top athletes, like Jasprit Bumrah and Shreyas Iyer. They were forced to withdraw from the competition owing to injuries.
A new name has been updated on the casualty list. And this time Royal Challengers Bengaluru is expected to suffer as a top all-rounder is expected to miss game time.
Will Jacks, an all-rounder for England, is expected to miss the whole IPL 2023 season due to injury, according to a statement from ESPNCricinfo.
Will Jacks, who Royal Challengers Bangalore purchased for Rs 3.2 crore at the bidding in December. He would have been the ideal cover for Glenn Maxwell‘s unstable nature.
In the second One-Day International against Bangladesh in Mirpur, Will Jacks hurt himself while fielding. The muscular damage was initially thought to be of low severity. It was later shown by scans to be rather critical.
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The article also states that RCB is in negotiations with New Zealand all-rounder Michael Bracewell to be brought in as a substitute for the IPL 2023 season now that Jacks is out of the scene.
Bracewell has not previously participated in the IPL. At the auction, when his starting bid was Rs 1 crore, he wasn’t purchased.
Reece Topley was additionally selected by RCB in the 2023 IPL auction. And is dealing with a niggle after sitting out the whole team’s tour of Bangladesh. The team may exhale with relief, though. Since he is expected to be healthy well before the start of the 2019 season.
On April 2, RCB faces the Mumbai Indians in their opening match of the 2023 IPL at the M Chinnaswamy Ground.
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