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Liam Livingstone’s arrival at IPL was further delayed due to fitness issues

Liam Livingstone's IPL arrival is delayed because of fitness issues
Gautam Gambhir of “Delhi Daredevils” being bold out by Ramesh Powar of “Kings XI Punjab” during the DLF Indian Premier League T20 Championship Match at Ferozeshah Kotla Stadium, in New Delhi on May 17,2008.

Evidently, Liam Livingstone’s anticipated arrival in India for the 2023 IPL has been postponed. Punjab Kings are still determining the precise day the daring batter will be joining the Mohali team. He will be here next week, a PBKS official announced following the team’s second straight victory over Rajasthan Royals. The Livingstone, who has purchased for INR 11.5 crores in the 2022 auction for his all-around skills, will take more than a week, and his arrival may not be until only around the middle of April, according to inquiries with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and Lancashire County Cricket Club (LCCC).

According to Live Cricket Score, Livingstone has started exercising with his LCCC coworkers because his recovery still needs to be completed. He hasn’t participated in a competitive cricket match since December due to knee and ankle issues. “He is still going through injury rehabilitation. In Old Trafford, he is presently engaged in rehabilitation. He’ll be there around April 15; the exact dates are uncertain, “An ECB representative said.

Livingstone said in an interview that he is hoping to receive a medical clearance to travel to India within the next few days. The all-rounder said on live television, “Looking forward to a nice IPL season,” which suggests he might show up before the 15th of this month.


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