Injured Lynn ruled out of PSL


"I stay in Kolkata and I keep track of everything happening in Kolkata, but I have to discuss who will be the captain of Knight Riders", said Ganguly in the promo released by the TV channel, which has bought the IPL broadcast rights for the next five years and also inked an audio-visual production deal with the BCCI.

The Australian batsman sustained the injury after attempting a dive in the ninth over of the T20I tri-series final against New Zealand on Wednesday.

It was later confirmed that Lynn had dislocated his shoulder but medical staff had popped it back into place.

Fingers crossed that Lynn's injury isn't too serious, though if it is, it could be very costly.

The injury has rued Lynn out of the Pakistan Super League 2018.

The electric Lynn was unable to bat in Australia's 19-run victory via the Duckworth-Lewis method after injuring himself while diving to field the ball at Eden Park.

"Chris dislocated his right shoulder after landing awkwardly on it when fielding the ball".

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One of the most dominant batsmen in T20 cricket when fit, Lynn was forced to pull out of Australia's recent one-day worldwide series against England with a calf injury. "His shoulder was able to be put back into place at the ground and he was consequently sent for X-Rays which revealed no major bone injury".

Australia opener Chris Lynn has again got injured and more unfortunately, it again concerns his shoulder. His left shoulder has been operated on three times.

But enough is enough, according to Hogg and Julian who said until his body is 100 per cent, Lynn should not be in the Australian team.

"These last four games that I've played, my confidence has gone through the roof with my physical preparation and intensity out on the field", Lynn said.

The 27-year-old was taken for scans after being attended to by the team doctors, having already suffered multiple shoulder problems in the lead up to the summer.

He will undergo scans in Brisbane to ascertain the extent of the injury.