Chris Jordan back in place of injured Jofra Archer in Mumbai Indians

Jofra Archer

Mumbai Indians has been trying their best to strengthen their bowling line up. In last auction, they managed to get Jofra Archer in the team. Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah was already there in the team. But the injury concerns are leaving sleepless nights for the team. Bumrah is out of the game itself for almost an year. Now its time to bid goodbye to Jofra Archer and welcome Chris Jordan back into the team.

England’s fast bowler Jofra Archer will not be able to play in the IPL this time due to injury. As his replacement, Rohit has taken another strong bowler from England, Chris Jordan. Jordan joined the Mumbai camp on April 30. At that time, the IPL franchise did not inform who he was replaced by. However, Archer was suffering from fitness problems and there were speculations among cricket lovers. Mumbai Indians put an end to that speculation on Tuesday. Archer is going back to England for treatment. Notably, Archer and Jordan both played for Cheteshwar Pujara’s Sussex. In that sense, the Rohits broke the Pujara team.

Chris Jordan is a familiar face in IPL, played for CSK last time

Mumbai bought Jashprit Bumrah and Jofra Archer in last year’s auction to strengthen their fast bowling attack. The aim was to create the most formidable bowling duo in the IPL. But, even though Bumrah played last season, Archer could not play due to injury. Bumrah is not able to play again this season due to injury. Archer has been suffering from fitness problems since the start of the competition. Rohit could not play him in several matches. England’s
fast bowler himself admitted the fitness problem. Earlier, Mumbai took Riley Meredith in place of Jhai Richardson. As a result, Mumbai had to change two foreigners in the middle of the competition.

Jordan’s price in the auction was 2 crore rupees. But he remained unsold. Jordan has experience playing in the IPL. He has previously played for Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Punjab Kings and Chennai Super Kings. 34-year-old Jordan has taken 27 wickets in IPL. Last year he was in Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s team.

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