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LSG is attempting to reduce pacer workload so that they can return quickly for the 2024 IPL

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This IPL, Mayank made his debut against the Punjab Kings. Before hobbling out of the third game, he had claimed six wickets in two games.

The CEO of the team said on Monday that young speed wonder Mayank Yadav is still doubtful to participate in the Lucknow Super Giants’ (LSG) upcoming IPL game against the Delhi Capitals at home on April 12 due to an abdominal ache that would need to be monitored throughout the week.

Mayank felt the ache on Sunday night in Lucknow as LSG defeated Gujarat Titans by a score of 33 runs.

We are controlling Mayank’s workload for the next week as a precaution after he reported lower stomach pain. The Super Giants’ CEO, Vinod Bisht, released a statement saying, “We hope to see him on the field soon.”

The speedster’s situation is not looking good, as Bisht is unsure about when he will play again. Lower abdominal injuries do take longer to heal for fast bowlers, even though one match absence is possible.

Sunday night, Mayank bowled just one over against the Titans before leaving the field with an LSG physio.

In his one over, the fourth of the GT innings, the youthful player, who usually hits the 150 kmph barrier with ease, could hardly exceed 140 kmph. In that over, he gave up 13 runs.

He spent the remainder of the night away from the field. His side strain was the reason given for his absence at the time. Mayank appeared fine, according to LSG all-round player Krunal Pandya, after the game.

“I am clueless about what is going on. I spoke with him briefly, and he appeared fine, which is good. He has a sound head on his shoulder based on our interactions and conversations. Very interested to see how his caregiver works out,” Krunal remarked during the post-game awards ceremony.
This IPL, Mayank made his debut against the Punjab Kings. Before hobbling out of the third game, he had claimed six wickets in two games.

While praising Mayank’s skills, legendary West Indian hitter Brian Lara stated on Monday that the Young Turk needed to collaborate closely with a veteran pacer like Jasprit Bumrah.

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