Tom Curran’s BBL Season Cut Short by Knee Injury

1 min read

Tom Curran ruled out of remainder of BBL stint with Sydney Sixers due to knee injury, uncertain for ILT20 deal with Desert Vipers. The injury was sustained in Sixers’ previous match against Melbourne Stars, resulting in him missing the final two regular-season games. It is unclear whether he will be available for the BBL finals due to his ILT20 commitments with Desert Vipers, who begin their campaign on January 21. The extent of the injury is currently unknown, and Curran will return to the UK for further assessment. This injury adds to a disrupted BBL tournament for Curran, who was previously banned for four matches for intimidating the fourth umpire. Despite the challenges, Curran’s best performance of the season came against Hobart Hurricanes when he claimed 3 for 19. His absence could create an opportunity for Hayden Kerr to return to the side, while the Sixers will also have Steven Smith available for their upcoming match. Additionally, they will lose James Vince for the finals due to his ILT20 deal with Gulf Giants.

You May Also Like

More From Author