ICC World T20 2016 Updates: Shane Watson, Ross Taylor Expects Full Fitness


ICC World T20 2016 Updates – PlayersSearching For 100% Fitness: ICC World T20 2016 is going to begin in couple of weeks from now and the players are making themselves ready for that. However, in the process of that, many players have injured themselves and want themselves to make themselves 100% fit and many are under rehab center and working on their fitness.

Two of the most important names that comes around are Australia’s Shane Watson and New Zealand’s Ross Taylor.

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Watson, who is a star all-rounder and a very important asset for the team in the World T20 has been ruled out of the ongoing PSL due to injury and he is hoping that he is getting recovered from his injury and will make a comeback before the tournament. He is facing an abdominal strain. He is currently in Sydney and consulted his physio and doctors and got the recommended scans and tests.

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“It is going to take me a couple of weeks to get back into batting and bowling”, Watson told to a national daily.

He also said that his injury is not major hence there are no reasons to get worried much.

Watson has always suffered with his injuries concern and has set out on various occasions due to injury strains in his 14-year long career. Apparently, his selection in the World T20 side came as a bonus for him thanks to his ton against India in the last T20 which he played at home. He also led his side in that game too.

Apart from Shane Watson, Ross Taylor from New Zealand has also been not playing matches due to injury and he is all set to make a comeback in the side after a very long time.

Taylor, who was expecting a comeback in the 2nd test against Australia at the Christchurch has been ruled out, but he is all set to lead the side of Noth Island in a limited overs game. The match will be played against South Island at the Basin Reserve, Wellington. This series is better known as “Island of Origins” and consists of players who were born in that region.

On asked about returning on the field, Taylor expressed his excitement and said that he is really happy to get on the field again. If the Kiwi side wants to win their first World T20 title, Taylor is going to play a very vital role in the team and his contribution will lead that how the team will perform under the captaincy of skipper Kane Williamson.

New Zealand will play their first match of the tournament against the hosts, India on 15th March at Nagpur.

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