West Indian Test captain Jason Holder has shown up in the UAE to join SunRisers Hyderabad squad during the current year’s IPL. SunRisers Hyderabad settled on Jason Holder as a substitution for Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh. Mitchell Marsh harmed his right ankle in their opening game against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) while blowing away his first.
Following the injury, the Western Australian couldn’t bowl at all and left for a first-ball duck, failing to interface the ball because of the agonizing torment as his side fell ten runs low on triumph. In the interim, Jason Holder will go through six days in quarantine as a careful step against COVID-19 and needs to test for the ailment negative thrice to join his colleagues. The equivalent has been the standard for all the authorities also arriving in the UAE.
The 28-year old has recently played 11 matches in IPL across three franchises in Kolkata Knight Riders, SRH, and Chennai Super Kings. He got five wickets and scored 38 runs, striking at 122.58. For their conflict against KKR, the Orange Army will probably pick Afghan all-rounder Mohammad Nabi for the harmed Marsh.
The Barbados cricketer led his home franchise Barbados Tridents in the current year’s Caribbean Premier League. It didn’t end well for them as they completed fifth out of 6th on the points table, racking up three triumphs and losing seven. Holder took ten wickets in the many matches and oversaw 192 runs, striking at 140.14.