Jason Behrendorff Western Australian strike bowler is in doubt to miss forthcoming Big Bash League. According to reports the emerging bowler suffering stress fracture in his leg. And The injury forced him to sideline from the competition.
BBL is the most prestigious cricket tournament in Australia. And it is dream of all Australian to be part of this honorable tournament. Behrendorff considering to kick out from the competition. It is very disappointing for him.
His season he chosen by Perth Scorchers. Actually he linked with the side since 2012. And this season due to injury he will stay out from the side. Perth Scorchers became the team who grabbed the title for two time. And to be part of such a team Jason is very pleased. But this season he has no chance to play for them.
Test pacer will have gone to hospital to scans his this week. His left leg’s fibula bone has been damaged. Fears are hanging on the air that the left pacer man could be kicked out for two months and would be missed the high prolific domestic T20 competition.
BBL going to place from Mid December to January. And unfortunately Jason unable to taking part of the emulation. Behrendorff got injured on Saturday against Queensland in Sheffield Shield clash in Townsville. After bowling just 12 overs he broke down the leg and immediately sent from the field. After that he was given primary treatment and announced injured. On that night the pain had become insufferable. So next day he returned home to scan his leg.
Behrendorff just recently back from injury and again got the same case. After suffering a long period he recovered. But the unexpected leg damage will kick him out for two months. The year really doesn’t spent well.
The pacer has taken 13 Shield wickets in 23 matches. But this season the Scorchers go ahead without him. Adam Voges will played the role of captain. Apart of him Ashton Agar, Cameron Bancroft, Mitchell Johnson, Michael Klinger, Mitchell Marsh also included the team. According to reports Nathan Coulter-Nile recently returned from injury and will participate in Big Bash competition.
The captain was also suffering injury since some period but he is recovering from the dice. Now we can see him give skipping to the Perth Scorchers. On the other hand Marsh is also back after surgery. Now he is absolutely fine and able to play Australia’s most prestigious cricket tournament Big Bash season 2016-17.