Melbourne [Australia], January 11 (Indiaprix): Former Australian captain Steve Smith lose the next two next matches Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) is due to elbow injury.
Smith, who has only played two matches in the tournament so far, returns to Australia for medical treatment and is likely to return to his team at Comilla Victorian if there is no significant damage.
"He is quite positive when he returns, possibly during the Sylhet phase of the competition. He passes through MRI in Australia, which is not available in Bangladesh, and notifies us," ESPNcricinfo quoted Victorian Media Manager Sohanuzzama Khan, like a saying.
So far, in two games, Smith has only won 16 runs, including a duck in the final match. Victorians is currently ranked fifth in the T20 tournament scoreboard, and will be celebrated with Rajshahi Kings on January 11 in their next confrontation.
Smith, serving a 12-month suspension of his role in a massive ball-modeling scandal in a test series against South Africa in March, must not participate in international and domestic Australian crickets. However, in July-August he participated in the Global T20 Canadian League and the Caribbean Premier League. Recently, he also led the Sutherland victory in New South Wales Premier T20. (I-ALPHA)