In the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL 2019), Steve Smith was injured in Elbow. They had to leave this tournament in the middle.
Former Australian captain Steve Smith has recently undergone elbow surgery. They will be fully fit before the 2019 World Cup. Smith’s manager Warren Craig has said that his breaks have come after surgery, but he will be eligible to play in a few weeks. As long as the braces do not go out, it is not possible to say anything definitely, but it seems that they will be cured within three to four weeks. Only then will he be able to play cricket.
Craig told that Steve Smith will play in the Indian Premier League (IPL 2019) before the World Cup. After that, he will play the Ashes. In the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL 2019), his elbow was hurt. They had to leave this tournament in the middle.
Smith’s manager Warren Craig said, “We do not know when he will return, but according to what we are told, Smith can take up to three and a half weeks to recover from injury.” He said, “Smith The desire is to play first IPL. After that, he will play the World Cup and then the Ashes. “
A 12-month ban on the Australian cricketer is currently underway. During the Test series against South Africa last year, he was found guilty of ball tampering. Their suspension will end on March 29. Only then will they be available for Australia.
The ICC World Cup 2019 tournament will be played in England between May 30 and July 14. Steven Smith and David Warner, who are currently banned in this tournament, will play both.
Earlier, Australia has been touring India since February 24, where it has to play two-match T-20 and five-match ODI series. Aaron Finch will captain the team in this important series. Pacer Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood will also not be available because of injury on this tour.