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IPL 2019: 3 top players who will miss T20 league due to injury

He is also handy with the bat as he can score some quickfire runs for his team.

Kamlesh Nagarkoti

Kolkata Knight Riders are going to miss one of their young stars in the 2019 edition of the IPL. The 19-year-old Kamlesh Nagarkoti is a young right arm fast bowler from Barmer, Rajasthan. The teen sensation has suffered a foot injury because of which he will be missing out of IPL 2019. Nagarkoti is one of the quickest bowlers in the new lot that is coming up the ranks. He is also handy with the bat as he can score some quickfire runs for his team.

Shivam Mavi

Another Kolkata Knight Riders pacer Shivam Mavi has been ruled out of IPL 2019. Shivam Mavi is a right arm fast bowler from Noida, Uttar Pradesh. Shivam Mavi has clocked 140 plus regularly for KKR in the 2018 edition of the IPL. The Knight Riders have got Sandeep Warrier as Shiam Mavi’s replacement. Sandeep Warrier went unsold in the 2019 auction but will now don the KKR jersey. The 26-year old fast bowler was a part of the RCB for three years but never got a chance to play a game. He will be hoping to showcase his talent for the KKR this year.

Kane Williamson

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson is suffering from a shoulder injury and will not be taking part in IPL 2019. Williamson’s absence will be a big blow for Sunrisers Hyderabad as he provided much-needed stability in the SRH batting line up.

The New Zealand skipper injured his shoulder while fielding in a Test match against Bangladesh. Kane Williamson had led the Sunrisers Hyderabad last season after David Warner was banned following the ball-tampering scandal. Williamson led the Hyderabad team to the IPL 2018 final where they lost to CSK after a brilliant hundred by Shane Watson.

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Source: Financial Express