The CEO of the team said on Monday that young speed wonder Mayank Yadav will most likely miss the Lucknow Super Giants’ upcoming IPL game against the Delhi Capitals at home on April 12 due to an abdominal ache that will need to be monitored throughout the week.

Mayank felt the ache during LSG’s victory over Gujarat Titans by 33 runs on Sunday night in Lucknow.

Mayank experienced lower abdomen pain, therefore we are reducing his workload for the next week as a precaution. The Super Giants’ CEO, Vinod Bisht, released a statement expressing the team’s hope to see him soon on the field.

The comment implied, however, that Mayank might not even start for LSG against Kolkata Knight Riders this coming Saturday (April 14) at Eden Gardens.

It’s not looking good for the speedster who is prone to injuries as Bisht is being evasive about when he might play again. Fast bowlers who sustain lower abdomen injuries do take longer to recover, even if missing one game is probably safe.

Sunday night, Mayank bowled just one over against the Titans before leaving the field with an LSG physio.

In his one over, the fourth of the GT innings, the lightning-fast pacer, who usually hits 150 kmph with ease, could only reach 140 kmph. In that over, he gave up 13 runs.

For the remainder of the evening, he did not come back on the field. His absence at the time was ascribed to a side strain.

LSG all-rounder Krunal Pandya stated that Mayank appeared well following the game.

I have no idea what’s going on. He seemed fine during our little conversation, which is encouraging. He always keeps a level head, regardless of the conversations we have or the things we observe. During the post-match presentation ceremony, Krunal expressed his excitement about seeing how his carer works out.

Before hobbling out of the third game, Mayank, who made his IPL debut against the Punjab Kings in this tournament, had claimed six wickets in two games.

While praising Mayank’s skills on Monday, legendary West Indian batsman Brian Lara stated the young Turk needs to train closely with a seasoned pacer like Jasprit Bumrah.

He must always be one step ahead. He must acquire knowledge. He needs to speak with bowling heavyweights like Jasprit Bumrah. He needs to stay one step ahead of the game and gather as much information as he can. In the Star Sports Press Room, Lara declared, “I think he’s got everything it takes to become a great fast bowler.”

Not to mention, since making his senior debut two seasons ago, Mayank has only been able to participate in one first-class match. This season, he was unable to participate in the Ranji Trophy tournament because of a side strain he sustained while bowling to a senior India player during a personal net session prior to the first-class season commencing.


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