Williamson not to play Bangladesh series!
CRICDOT DESK : The Test series against Pakistan is going to end on Wednesday. A few days later, Bangladesh Tigers will fly to New Zealand to play a series. The first match of the series, part of the ICC Test Championship, will start on January 1, at Mount Manganui. The second Test is on January 9 in Christchurch. However, throughout the series, the New Zealand team is not getting their regular captain Ken Williamson. One of the best batsmen in the world has dropped out due to injury.
Williamson has been suffering from elbow injuries for a long time. Occasionally there is a head injury. For example, he was rested for the T20 series against India. After that he got injured again after returning to Kanpur Test. Excluded from Mumbai Test. Earlier, Williamson could not play in Bangladesh’s last tour of New Zealand in March due to an elbow injury. New Zealand coach Gary Stead said on Tuesday that this time he will have to stay out of the field for a long time.
“I’ve been saying from the beginning, it’s going to last a long time,” Stade told reporters. Last time I was out for 7 or 9 weeks. I think it will take the same amount of time. Why Williamson himself is making the situation difficult! Don’t get me wrong. He does not want to miss any format besides Test cricket for New Zealand. We do not want to set a deadline for his recovery. It all depends on the pressure on the elbow. ‘