Rajasthan Royals has played three matches yet from which they had won only one match against Delhi Capitals while lost two matches against Punjab Kings and Chennai Super Kings. The team is now led under Sanju Samson’s captaincy.
The franchise has already hit by two major blow as their pace lead bowler Jofra Archer is already out of the tournament due to injury and few days back Ben Stokes flew back to England for surgery. After this now another player has opted out reason cited as bio-bubble fatigue.
English all-rounder Liam Livingstone has flown back to England attributable to bubble exhaustion.
Australia’s Josh Hazlewood was simply the main cricketer this season to haul himself out of the opposition, referring to bubble exhaustion, in the wake of expenditure a huge piece of the most recent a half year with the public group and in the Indian Premier League.
RR’s Director of Cricket, Kumar Sangakkara, preceding the beginning of the opposition demanded that the establishment has an open-entryway strategy, which implies that any cricketer can leave the opposition, with no inquiries being posed by the establishment.
“Liam Livingstone has flown back home late last night, due to bubble fatigue accumulated over the past year. We understand and respect his decision, and will continue supporting him in any way we can,” quoted by Franchise on Twitter.
With this now the franchise will be all trouble as they has lost the services of three overseas player. It would make them in an inappropriate situation.
Sanju Samson and Co members now have to create new team combination for the middle order alliances. Right now they are at 6th spot with a net run rate of -0.719.
The next match of Rajasthan Royals will be against Table Toppers Royal Challengers Bangalore on 22nd April at Mumba.