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Kagiso Rabada is set to be available for the T20 World Cup after leaving the IPL early

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Despite having an illness in his lower limb’s soft tissue, Kagiso Rabada left the Indian Premier League on Sunday night and is anticipated to be available for the full T20 World Cup. Rabada, who claimed 11 wickets at an economy of 8.85 over his 11 games for the Punjab Kings, will not play in their final two games.

Assistant coach Brad Haddin announced during the pre-match news conference at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati on Tuesday that Kagiso Rabada will not be playing when the already-eliminated PBKS take on the RR in the Indian Premier League.

Cricket South Africa (CSA) has revealed in a recent announcement that star pacer Kagiso Rabada has returned to South Africa for rehabilitation following a lower limb soft tissue infection. “The 28-year-old consulted a specialist on arrival in South Africa and is being closely monitored by the Cricket South Africa medical team,” according to the announcement. However, as Cricket South Africa anticipates Rabada to be fit for the competition, the infection won’t affect his training or ability to play in the T20 World Cup. The Indian Premier League season is still underway. The 28-year-old was with the PBKS when it ended, taking 11 wickets at an economy of 8.86 in as many games.

Indeed, adjustments to the starting lineup will occur. We must find a substitute for Rabada, as we know he returned home hurt. The England and Wales Cricket Board, or ECB, has also called Liam Livingstone back. That will also see a change. Later tonight, we’ll get together to finalize the 11 or 12 people we’ll bring. The game tomorrow is about putting oneself out there and expressing oneself. Although we are disappointed to be eliminated from the tournament, this presents another chance for the team’s development and for the younger players,” Haddin stated.

After being included in the squad on April 30, Rabada is anticipated to be a key member of South Africa’s pace attack during their T20 World Cup campaign. Having participated in the last three T20 World Cups in 2016, 2021, and 2022, this tournament in the West Indies and USA will be his fourth participation as a Proteas representativ
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