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Cameron Green rubbishes rumours about his IPL unavailability

Updated on: 06 January,2023 09:11 AM IST  |  Sydney
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Reports have circulated that Green, who suffered a broken finger after being hit by an Anrich Nortje bouncer during the second Test against South Africa, can only bowl in IPL 2023 after April

Cameron Green rubbishes rumours about his IPL unavailability

Cameron Green. Pic/AFP


Young Australian all-rounder Cameron Green is puzzled by rumours that he will not be able to bowl in the early part of the IPL this year, saying he will be “100 per cent available” to bat and bowl for Mumbai Indians. 


Reports have circulated that Green, who suffered a broken finger after being hit by an Anrich Nortje bouncer during the second Test against South Africa, can only bowl in IPL 2023 after April. 


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But the 23-year-old, bought by the most successful IPL franchise for Rs 17.50 crore—the second-most costliest player in the history of IPL auction—rubbished the rumours on Thursday, saying he doesn’t know how and where the news originated.

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