IPL 9 photos: A look at the Injured Players League

Updated: May 26, 2016, 15:50 IST
  • IPL 9 photos: A look at the Injured Players League
    Sunrisers Hyderabad's veteran bowler Ashish Nehra is the most recent player to be ruled out of IPL 9. The left-arm pacer suffered a hamstring injury which also put a serious question mark on his future in cricket. The SRH team have not yet announced an official replacement for Nehra. At age 37, it will be interesting to see if he will be able to continue in the T20 format. (Pic/ AFP)
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    Hard-hitting Australian batsman Glenn Maxwell ended his IPL 9 campaign due to a side strain injury. He has returned home to rest and be fit for the upcoming tri-series against West Indies and South Africa. Farhaan Behardien has been announced as replacement for the all-rounder. (Pic/ AFP)
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    South African opener Faf du Plessis was ruled out of the entire tournament after fracturing his finger. Rising Pune Supergiants brought in former Australian and Kings XI Punjab captain George Bailey to fill the gap.
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    Royal Challengers Bangalore are missing the services of Australian left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc as he is still recovering from ankle surgery he underwent in December after breaking it during the historic day-night Test match against New Zealand at the Adelaide Oval. RCB have signed England's Chris Jordan to replace the left-arm bowler.
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    Sri Lankan pacer Lasith Malinga was ruled out with knee injury. Mumbai Indians signed West Indian pacer Jerome Taylor as his replacement.
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    Mumbai Indians opener Lendl Simmons was ruled out with a lower back injury. The Rohit Sharma-led side brought in Martin Guptill as a replacement.
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    Debutants Rising Pune Supergiants lost Kevin Pietersen to a right calf injury. The IPL franchise signed Australian batsman Usman Khawaja to replace him.
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    West Indian leg-spinner Samuel Badree, who is the No. 1 T20 bowler, was ruled out of IPL after injuring his shoulder during the ICC World T20 final against England. RCB brought in South African chinaman bowler Tabraiz Shamsi in his place.
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    Kings XI Punjab were dealt a big blow when Australian batsman Shaun Marsh was ruled out of the IPL with a back injury.
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    Rising Pune Supergiants’ Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh was ruled out of the tournament with a side strain.
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    Rising Pune Supergiants' Australian cricketer Steven Smith has been ruled out of the IPL with a wrist injury.
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    Australian and Kolkata Knight Riders all-rounder John Hastings ruled out of the tournament with an ankle injury.
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    Indian Premier League's ninth edition has been plagued by injuries to cricketers. The number of additions to IPL's casualty ward is making the T20 league resemble an Injured Players League. Here’s a list of injured cricketers who have been ruled out the tournament and the players who have replaced them
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With Sunrisers Hyderabad's Ashish Nehra ruled out of the IPL 9 due to an injury, here's the list of cricketers who have ended their T20 tournament campaign due to injury and the players who have replaced them

 

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