Rabada ruled out of England ODI series

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01 Dec 2020 | 06:04 PM
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Rabada ruled out of England ODI series

The pacer has suffered a right adductor strain

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Proteas speedster, Kagiso Rabada has been ruled out of the ODI series against England after sustaining a right adductor strain.

The injury is expected to take approximately three weeks to heal. The player will be released from the squad and Bio-Secure Environment tomorrow to begin recovery, rehabilitation and preparation for the Test series against Sri Lanka beginning on 26 December.

The three-match ODI series starts in Cape Town on December 4.

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