English Bowler David Willey joined the Chennai Super Kings as replacement of Kedhar Jadhav, who has been our from IPL 2018 due to Hamstring problem or Injury. Willey is the second Yorkshire player after Liam Plunkett – who has been packed his bags for IPL 2018. English County Cricket Club Yorkshire confirmed this news on their official Twitter account. Significantly, Kedar Jadhav was injured while he was batting against Mumbai in the first match of the IPL. Due to the injury, he returned to the Doug Out by being retired heart. At the end, when the team needed them, then they came on the field to bat. He gave victory to his team by hitting a six and a four. However, during the batting, it was clearly visible that he was in trouble. CSK Team coach Michael Hussey informed that he was injured.v
Willey Joined CSK, who lost Mitchell Santner before the start of the tournament and Kedar Jadhav after their opening fixture against MI to injuries. Yorkshire’s Cricket Director Martyn Moxon said,”He would be counter-productive for CSK. We find ourselves in an impossible condition with these late replacement requests. At the moment, we are probably looking at a situation where if we discard a player at the moment, we will be left with someone who is not focused on playing for Yorkshire”.
Willey would have been expected to play in that game and to figure more heavily for the county in Championship cricket than he has in his first two years at the club. Yorkshire allowed Liam Plunkett to replace the injured Kagiso Rabada at Delhi Daredevils while Adil Rashid also hopes to be picked up by an IPL franchise. Yorkshire begins their County Championship campaign against Essex on Friday, and director of cricket Martyn Moxon said: “We find personally in an impossible situation with these late replacement requests, but I hope others will perform well. Meanwhile, we will play well in this season.