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Corey Anderson fit in time for IPL

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April 7, 2014

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Corey Anderson picked up two wickets and two catches, England v New Zealand, World T20, Group 1, Chittagong, March 22, 2014
Corey Anderson was bought for US$750,000 by Mumbai Indians © AFP
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New Zealand allrounder Corey Anderson is expected to join his IPL team, Mumbai Indians, later this week, with his finger injury having healed well. Anderson had cut and dislocated the little finger of his of his right hand during the World T20.

"There's no fracture, no break and we're very happy with how the injury is going," Anderson said, according to Fairfax NZ News, after seeing a specialist in Auckland on Friday, April 4. "The ligaments are all fine too; everything else is good to go. Everything went well and the news was all positive."

Anderson was bought for US$750,000 at the IPL auction in February, after an impressive few months in international cricket, during which he broke the long-standing record for the fastest ODI century. His participation in the tournament, however, was in doubt, after he hurt himself while attempting a catch against Sri Lanka.

The IPL begins on April 16, in the UAE, with defending champions Mumbai Indians playing the opener against Kolkata Knight Riders in Abu Dhabi.

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Posted by Cpt.Meanster on (April 12, 2014, 7:37 GMT)

The problem with Mumbai yet again this year is that they have too many good overseas players who could end up getting benched for the whole season. I honestly cannot see guys like Ben Dunk and Josh Hazelwood get a single game unless their other overseas stars get injured or unwell. On the other side, their Indian players are not that good except a couple of their bowlers in ZAK and Bhaji. So the onus for Mumbai will be on their overseas players and Indian internationals to retain the cup. Won't be easy for them this year.

Posted by Cric_Info1987 on (April 11, 2014, 7:30 GMT)

1. MEK Hussey/ BR Dunk - Batsmen (Opening) - AUS 2. Corey Anderson - All Rounder (Opening)(medium) - NZ 3. Rohit Sharma - Batsmen - INDIA 4. Ambati Rayadu/CM Guatam - Batsmen + WK - INDIA 5. Aditya Tare - Batsmen - INDIA 6. Pollard - All Rounder (Medium) - WI 7. Jalaji Saxena - All Rounder (off-break) - INDIA 8. Harbhajan Singh - Bowler (Spin) - INDIA 9. Lasith Malinga / Josh Hazlewood - Bowler (fast) - SL/Aus 10. PP Ojha/ Jasprit Bumrah - Bowler (Medium pace) - INDIA 11. Zaher Khan - Bowler (Medium pace) - INDIA

Posted by   on (April 10, 2014, 9:07 GMT)

my eleven for MI below : Huessy,Tare,Rayudu,Rohit,Pollard,Anderson,Harbajan,Jalaj Saxena/Bhumrah,Zaheer,Malinga,Oha

Posted by Assassasinscreed on (April 8, 2014, 18:22 GMT)

Missed Raswin in my CSK predicted line up . The thing with MI is they are lacking a gud Indian batsmen my MI predicted line up below Michael Hussey, Ben Dunk/Aditya Tare, Jalaj Saxena,Rohit sharma, raydu, Anderson/Apoorv Vijay Wankhade, pollard,harbajan,ojha,zaheer,malinga

not as blanced bu they do have a lot of alrounders

Posted by Aashiyer on (April 8, 2014, 12:09 GMT)

@ali Raza, You just got served so baaad! @sramesh_74 I wholeheartedly agree with you. And Mr.Bond, good bowling in the t20 World Cup ?

Posted by   on (April 8, 2014, 10:33 GMT)

Mi is going to take everyone whether it it csk choker or rcb.mi rockz

Posted by Assassasinscreed on (April 8, 2014, 9:31 GMT)

CSk seems most balanced side my CSK 11

Baba Aparajith,Dwayne Smith,Suresh Raina,Faf Du Plessis,Dwayne Bravo, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Ravindra Jadeja,Mithun Manhas/Ishwar Pandey, Mohit Sharma,Ben Hilfenhaus/Matt Henry . Even though Samuel Badree and mcculum are topclass they are most probably get less matches as CSK usually stick with their 11 for most of the matches.

Posted by   on (April 8, 2014, 9:17 GMT)

@gurdit Mumbai aren't the favourites lol.

Posted by sramesh_74 on (April 8, 2014, 3:36 GMT)

That is not surprising!! Would his injury heal in time if NZ were meant to play Bangladesh or Zimbabwe?

Posted by Cpt.Meanster on (April 7, 2014, 20:00 GMT)

I wish him well. However, I shall reserve judgement about his ability after I see him play on Indian pitches against the turning ball. Still, he seems to be a very talented and skilled player. Mumbai Indians will definitely be a stronger unit with him on the field. Best wishes.

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