Injured Kagiso Rabada to miss IPL action

Injured Kagiso Rabada to miss IPL action

Injured Kagiso Rabada to miss IPL action

Raba will miss the action up to three months.

Rabada, who had signed up to play for Delhi Daredevils, experienced discomfort after South Africa's 492-run series-clinching fourth Test win against Australia in Johannesburg.

From the recent news as reported by ANI, South Africa fast bowler Kagiso Rabada will be absent in IPL 2018. The 22-year-old withdrew from the tournament after being diagnosed with a stress reaction in his lower back that will keep him out for three months at least.

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Moosajee said the aim was to get Rabada ready for South Africa s three-format tour of Sri Lanka in July.

Rabada's global season only finished on Tuesday morning, when he bowled just three overs on the final day of the Australia Tests and later admitted to feeling relieved that Vernon Philander had run through the Australian line-up so that he did not have to bowl. Delhi Daredevils already have Trent Boult in their fast-bowling group with Indian options in Mohammed Shami and Avesh Khan.

Gautam Gambhir-led Daredevils would have surely looked upon Rabada as the pace spearhead, but will have to change their plans accordingly. He had taken 23 wickets from four Tests at a stunning 19.26. Starc, whose services had been procured by Kolkata Knight Riders for a massive Rs 9.4 crore, withdrew with a tibial bone stress in his right leg, an injury that also kept him out of the Johannesburg Test.

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