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Gujarat Titans head coach Ashish Nehra on Saturday provided an update on the availability of the young cricketer Robin Minz in the upcoming IPL following the bike accident of the Jharkhand cricketer recently. The cricketer bruised his right knee and was immediately rushed to the hospital.

The 21-year-old cricketer, who became the first indigenous cricketer in the recent auction is unlikely to participate in the upcoming IPL, informs Ashish Nehra. According to the 2011 World Cup winner, “Robin Minz is unlikely to play IPL this year, but still he has not been ruled out 100 per cent. He is under observation. Another two weeks, we will see how it goes, or maybe quicker.” Check the top betting trends on the best betting sites in India and apps.

The Jharkhand cricketer will be the second Indian cricketer of the Gujarat Titans squad who will miss the 17th edition of the cash-rich league after Mohammad Shami, who was ruled out after sustaining an ankle injury. 

Never tried to convince Hardik Pandya: Nehra

Ashish Nehra also stated that he never tried to convince former GT skipper Hardik Pandya against his return to his former IPL franchise Mumbai Indians.  He said, “In any sport, you have to move on. You cannot buy experience and to replace someone like Hardik Pandya isn’t going to be easy. But there’s a learning curve and that’s how a team moves forward." 

Hardik Pandya, who led Gujarat Titans to IPL triumph in their inaugural season moved to his former franchise Mumbai Indians in an all-cash trade. 

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