Mitchell Marsh ruled out of entire IPL 2020 due to ankle injury

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All-rounder Shivam Dube and right arm seamer Navdeep Saini took 2 wickets each, while SRH suffered an enormous blow with Aussie all-rounder Mitchell Marsh out with ankle injury. Virat Kohli's team Royal Challengers Bangalore beat Hyderabad by 10 runs. West Indies all-rounder and Test captain Jason Holder, who last led his national team to England tour, has been announced as the replacement and will join the SRH squad shortly.

From 121/2, Sunrisers Hyderabad lost eight wickets for 32 runs and it was the three-wickets from Yuzvendra Chahal that made all the difference. He tried to finish his first over for his new franchise but managed only two more deliveries before limping off the field.

Playing for SRH, Marsh, while bowling the fifth over, twisted his ankle while trying to stop a drive by Aaron Finch in his follow through. He came down to bat at number 10 and saw how much pain he was in.

Aaron Finch
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Williamson had picked a quadriceps injury during training before the first game, while Rashid was feared to be suffering from concussion after colliding with teammate Abhishek Sharma while taking a second run and ending up on the floor for a worrying span of time.

Bengaluru holds a special place for Finch because it was there, he revealed, that he had proposed to his wife a few years back. Even though he's a spin bowling option, SRH can use him and Vijay Shankar can get some overs of pace in. It does not look great, he couldn't put any weight on his leg. "He has had the better of us a lot of times, so, it is nice to be playing alongside him for once". Hopefully it isn't too bad, it was quite painful for him, so fingers crossed.

The 28-year-old Barbadian could be in line to play Sunrisers next match against Kolkata Knight Riders on Saturday (September 26).

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