Razzaq confident of being fit for Oz Big Bash League
Karachi: Pakistani all-rounder Abdul Razzaq is confident that he will recuperate from his right shoulder injury to be fit for the upcoming Twenty20 Big Bash League in Australia.
Razzaq had aggravated the injury during the third ODI in the recently concluded series against Sri Lanka.
“I’ve been advised two weeks rest by the medics and after that I should be ready to play cricket again. It’s a frustrating injury, but I’m confident that I will be fit for the Big Bash League,” the 31-year-old told a website.
Razzaq has signed a deal with the Melbourne Renegades, where he will team up with Shahid Afridi, Shaun Tait, Dirk Nannes and Andrew McDonald.
The Big Bash League is due to commence on December 16 when the Sydney Sixers take on Brisbane Heat at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
The final is scheduled for January 28.
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