Warner likely to be available for IPL 2019

Australian left-handed batsman David Warner is likely to be recovered from the elbow injury and expected to play IPL 2019.

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At the moment Bangladesh Premier League is going on and both Steve Smith and David Warner were participating in the tournament over their own T20 league Big Bash League. But their participation in Bangladesh Premier League has come to an end quickly because of injury issues.

Earlier Steve Smith had to left the league due to an injury in his elbow and he underwent surgery for that, As a result, Steve Smith is out of action for the moment now and still uncertain about when he will return to the game.

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Now the second one in the banned duo, David Warner is also facing a same kind of problem and the left-handed batsman left for Australia from Bangladesh Premier League for the elbow surgery.

is expected to undergo elbow surgery on Tuesday. The suspended Test opener will check in for an assessment in Melbourne on Tuesday before it’s anticipated he’ll receive a clean up of his problematic elbow on the same day.

In good news for Australia, it’s believed the injury is not as serious as the one sustained by Steve Smith, which threatens to ruin the former captain’s early preparations for June’s World Cup.

The left-handed batsman is likely to be available for the richest T20 league and is expected to play as an opener in his franchise, Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Back in 2016, Warner led the Sunrisers to their maiden IPL title and having scored 4014 runs in 114 matches with three tons, the southpaw has been a massive hit in the T20 event.

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