Jamison out of IPL for three months due to injury..! Big shock for CSK

All the franchises are engaged in those arrangements in view of the start of IPL-2023 season from 31st of next month. Discussing the team composition and strategies to be followed with the available players. But Chennai Super Kings are plagued by injuries just like last season. The team’s star pacer Kyle Jamieson is doubtful to play next season in IPL due to injury. Recently after a year he tried to enter international cricket but the back pain returned again.

Last year, when the New Zealand team went on a tour to England, Jamieson, who played the first test in that series, was injured in the second test. After that he stayed away from international cricket. Recently, he was selected for the two-match Test series between England and New Zealand.

Jamieson, who played as part of the practice match against England, was injured before the first Test. As a result, he was rushed to the hospital and the doctors decided that Jemison needed another surgery. There are reports that he has been advised to take a break for three to four months after the operation. ICC also posted the same on its Twitter account. With this, Jamieson will not be available for the entire 16th season of IPL. Fans of that team feel that the absence of Jamieson, who is capable of bowling as well as batting, will be a setback for CSK.


This Kiwis bowler with a height of 6 feet 6 inches is a key bowler for the team in Tests. It is known that Jamieson played a key role in defeating India in the World Test Championship between India and New Zealand in England in 2021. He took seven wickets in this match.

Meanwhile, with this performance, RCB together with Jamieson in 2021 Rs. 15 crores was purchased. But in that season, Jamieson played 9 matches and took only 9 wickets. He scored only 65 runs in batting. After this, RCB left him in the next season. In the 2023 season, Chennai Super Kings bought Jamieson for Rs.




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