Andre Russell is ‘pushing hard’ to be fit for playoffs: IPL 2021

Andre Russell: When the IPL was halted earlier this year. The Kolkata Knight Riders battled two of seven victories. But in the United Arab Emirates. They won five of seven games to secure a playoff spot, save on the final day of a miracle Indians.

Mumbai from the league stage. They did so despite losing Lockie Ferguson and Andre Russell to road injuries. However, if you face Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Eliminator. You might have a headache choosing as Russell is close to being ready to play.

“He had a fitness test yesterday. I think he is maybe a game away so I think he will be pushing hard to get back in for the final [playoffs]. This will be a huge boost not only for us but the competition. He is world-class and he provides lots of entertainment.” David Hussey, Knight Riders‘ chief mentor said.

“We are taking it day by day,” Captain Eoin Morgan pointed to Russell’s tendency to heal quickly.

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“We know that he heals quickly. He has proved that last year. He had a two-and-a-half-inch hamstring tear last year and came back in two weeks. Rusell is working incredibly hard and hoping we get through as is everybody else.” Morgan added

The Eliminator is played on October 11, giving Russell at least three days to recover.

When Ferguson was fit and ready, he immediately resumed his seat, although his replacement Tim Southee did a good job in his absence. In Russell’s absence, Shakib Al Hasan has also adapted well. In the two games Shakib played, he did not have to hit but returned bowling numbers 4-0-20-1 and 1-0-1-1.

“Shakib Al Hasan coming in and performing the way he has made the job of replacing Russell a little bit easier. Very difficult to replace him because you miss out on a genuine batter and a genuine bowler. Shakib has been terrific and has contributed massively in the last two games.” Morgan said.

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For the Knight Riders to miss a playoff spot, Mumbai Sunrisers Hyderabad has to beat about 171 runs, which is in the range of the impossible.

Even if they were momentous, Morgan hasn’t seen any other games that might affect his team’s chances, so it’s unlikely he’s chasing the final day of the league phase to make sure the rules are met. formalities.

Hussey said the rest of the team will be watching, though, but from the looks of it, it looks like they’re not watching Mumbai but Royal Challengers Bangalore.

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Which they’ll face in their first playoff game unless it’s Royal Challengers. they beat Delhi Capitals with 163 races and qualified for the top two spots.

“We will watch it [the final day of the league stages] as a group. Start formulating our plans, hopefully, the result goes our way, but yeah pretty much one eye looking forward to the final [playoff] against Bangalore.” Hussey said

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