NCA clears Shreyas Iyer for competitive games

Indian batsman Shreyas Iyer is now fully match fit and cleared by the National Cricket Academy (NCA) to return to competitive games.

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Indian batsman Shreyas Iyer is now fully match-fit and cleared by the National Cricket Academy (NCA) to return to competitive games. Which is set to take place when the IPL resumes in the UAE from September 19.

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Shreyas Iyer will rejoin Delhi Capitals the IPL franchise. However, he led Delhi Capitals to the final for the first time in 2020. But his injury meant that Rishabh Pant captained the side during the last edition. However, The edition was stops after multiple COVID-19 cases inside the bio-bubble.

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The 26 year old has played 22 ODIs and 29 T20 Internationals for India. However, he sustained a horrifying shoulder dislocation during a ODI match against England in Pune on March 23. Moreover, He had to undergo a surgery in the United Kingdom. He completes an intense rehabilitation programme and proved his fitness during his week long stay at the NCA. Although It is understands that its medical team has declared him fit to return to competitive cricket.

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NCA has issued a fit certificate to Shreyas Iyer. He stayed in Bengaluru at the NCA for a week and his final assessment has happened few days back. However, Based on all medical and physical parameters, he is now ready to play matches. Iyer had done his rehab programme at the MCA ground in the BKC complex. Although, as per BCCI's protocol, he has to undergo an intense fitness examination before being adjudged match fit by the competent authorities.

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