cricket match prediction today: Jhye Richardson misses BBL for 2-3 weeks due to muscle strain

Lance Morris has been ruled out of the Australian test squad and could play for the Scorchers against the Brisbane Heat on Saturday

Perth Scorchers Fast His bowler Jay Richardson said a hamstring injury will keep him out for two to three weeks, but coach Adam voges said he could be in his BBL if the Scorchers qualified. We hope to be back in the finals.

Richardson injured his thigh muscle in a bowling loss to the Sydney Thunder on Wednesday night.

A scan on Thursday confirmed he only suffered a mild strain, but given his battles with soft tissue injuries over the past two seasons, scorchers will probably be wary of him.

“I’m on the very low end of my thigh tension and it’s been two to three weeks,” Vosges said Friday. “Certainly, I think you have to [caution] with someone with Jhye’s abilities. I believe in him and hope to see him again and get back to the park as soon as possible.”

Richardson has already had a turbulent summer. Prior to BBL, it was carefully managed by Western Australia. Playing only two of his first six games for Sheffield in the summer, he struggled with a number of minor problems, including a bruised heel. The Scorchers got a boost when Lance Morris was released from the Australian Test squad and returned to the BBL. Morris and Marcus Harris left Sydney on Friday to play for their respective BBL teams. Harris flew to Melbourne to meet with the Renegades at Marvel Stadium ahead of Saturday’s clash with the Hobart Hurricanes. Peter Hanscombe is leaving Renegades to join Australia’s Sydney team as Harris’ replacement.

Morris has flown to Perth and will have a chance to play for the Scorchers who will face the Brisbane Heat on Saturday at Perth’s stadium. “We’ll see how that grows,” Voges said. “He’s obviously had a lot of work to do in preparation for the cricket test match. He’s been preparing to come back to us with a white ball in Sydney over the last few days. So let’s see how he gets back from his plane trip today.Tomorrow he has all the possibilities.”

The Scorchers also have the option to select David Payne, a left-handed sailor from Gloucestershire, who has joined the team to replace Timaru Mills, who is abroad, after being ruled out of the tournament due to a family emergency. I’m here. “He [Payne] did not arrive until the New Year,” said Vosges. “He’s integrated very well. He’s done some training sessions with us and today he’s scoring again. A quality left arm wing that can swing the ball. I’m sure he will do a really good job if he gets the chance tomorrow.”

The Scorchers also have to replace Faff Du Plessis, who is at the top of the order against the Heat after the South African hitter leaves to play in the SA20 league starting next week. and then take a break to travel to ILT20 in the UAE. Middlesex hitter Stephen Eskinazi has joined the Scorchers as an overseas substitute.

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