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“There’s no fracture, no break and we’re very happy with how the injury is going”
New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson has announced that he will be fully fit prior to the start of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Sources reported that Anderson, who will be representing the Mumbai Indians, was likely to miss the first part of the IPL after he cut and dislocated the little finger on his right hand during New Zealand’s World Twenty20 match against Sri Lanka.
“There’s no fracture, no break and we’re very happy with how the injury is going,” Anderson was quoted as saying by Fairfax NZ News. “The ligaments are all fine too; everything else is good to go. Everything went well and the news was all positive.”
Anderson was bought for US$750,000 by the Mumbai Indians during the IPL auction in February.