Williamson may be out of the third Test against Bangladesh due to injury
New Zealand captain suffered a shoulder injury during the second Test
Wellington. New Zealand captain Ken Williamson could be out of the third Test against Bangladesh due to injury. It is believed that Williamson will not be able to play in the initial matches of the IPL. He is the captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad. In the second Test against Bangladesh, Williamson was hurt in fielding during the fielding. After this, due to pain during batting he had to get medical help twice. Williamson was later taken to the hospital.
Williamson will be inspected before the third test: coach
New Zealand coach Garry Steed said, "Williamson has not suffered a deep injury on his shoulder, he has some damage to his shoulder, he will recover soon, he will be inspected before the third test. Will play or not. "
Injury update: Williamson in doubt for the third test after an MRI confirmed a grade one tear to his left pectoral minor muscle. He will travel to Christchurch with us. The third Test starts on Saturday. #NZvBAN pic.twitter.com/ca83KFarb2
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Williamson has to come to India to play IPL after the series against Bangladesh. Stead said, "If everything is okay, they will definitely go to IPL, but if they do not fit 100%, then we'll stop them." The World Cup is more important for the team. "