Shreyas Iyer Is Back To Full Fitness & Started Training

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The VIVO IPL 2021 schedule has been released by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The second leg of the IPL 2021 will now be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). In the remaining 27 days of the IPL, there will be a total of 31 matches played. Let’s have a look Will Shreyas Iyer Play 2nd Phase Of IPL 2021.

On October 8, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Capitals will face the last game of the league stage. With six victories in eight games, the Delhi Capitals are presently in first place. This season, they have unquestionably been the club to defeat.

Delhi Capitals captain Shreyas Iyer has officially re-started practicing, who lost the first portion of IPL 2021 with ailment, and is claimed to have been playing in the 2nd half of the IPL. Iyer struggled in March from a dislocated shoulder that prevented him from playing for now.

Will Shreyas Iyer Play 2nd Phase Of IPL 2021

Skipper Shreyas Iyer has restarted the practice and will be available for the second half of the Indian Premier League 2021, which was a huge benefit to the Delhi Capital team (IPL).

In the first ODI versus England in March, Iyer injured his shoulder and afterward the injury excluded him from IPL 2021 in his first half. The Capitals so nominated Rishabh Pant as club captain, and during the period of its suspension, the wicket-keeper did an excellent job.

According to sources, Iyer has begun his training in Mumbai with DC assistant coach Pravin Amre in the hopes of being fit with preparation for the IPL 2021 season, which begins on September 19.

“They have been working indoors mainly because there is no permission to do so outside. And there has been raining in Mumbai too,” a franchise source said.

Iyer will go to the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru during the first week of August, according to sources. The 26-year-old is believed to have made “significant improvement” and is anticipated to be healthy for the tournament’s 2nd half. Iyer’s final chance to pick up a position in the World T20 XI will depend on his performance in the IPL.

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