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‘I’ll head over on the fourteenth of April, ‘says Josh Hazlewood, revealing the time period of his return for IPL 2023.

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Hazlewood, who sustained an Achilles injury recently and missed the Border Gavaskar Trophy, has given a time span for his re-visitation of activity. Royal Challengers Bangalore’s Australian quick bowler Josh Hazlewood is set to miss the initial seven matches of his group as he is still recuperating from his Achilles injury. The Australian pacer, who is presently in Australia, is probably going to join the RCB camp in mid-April and will not be available for determination until the third seven-day stretch of the month.

RCB’s IPL 2023 mission is in danger after a progression of injuries to their headliners. At first, it was Will Jacks, who was kept out of the forthcoming version of the competition, trailed by injury issues to star pacer Josh Hazlewood and last year’s breakout star Rajat Patidar.

Hazlewood, who sustained an Achilles injury recently and missed the Border Gavaskar Trophy, has given a time period for his re-visitation of activity. The Australian pacer revealed that he will travel to India for the IPL 2023 on April 14 and is wanting to take the field by the third seven-day stretch of April.

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