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Not 100 percent fit but batting remains unaffected: Chris Lynn – Times of India

Times of India – KOLKATA: Ignored for Australia’s upcoming limited-overs tours, six-hitting sensation
Chris Lynn said he may not be 100 percent fit on the field, but he is batting with “freedom” and fulfilling expectations.

Summary

  • KOLKATA: Ignored for Australia’s upcoming limited-overs tours, six-hitting sensation Chris Lynn said he may not be 100 percent fit on the field, but he is batting with “freedom” and fulfilling expectations.
  • On the field, I am not fielding at the positions that I want to field in,” Lynn said on the eve of their match against Mumbai Indians.
  • The most expensive Australian in the IPL, Lynn has played in all 10 of KKR matches but is limited in his ability to throw with his dominant left arm while he’s also been instructed not to dive, given that he has injured both shoulders while diving in recent years.
  • MI have won 17 of the 21 matches they have played against KKR across 11 seasons – the most wins for an IPL team against any opponent.
  • In the first-leg two days ago, MI stretched their winning streak to seven matches, as KKR’s last win against them had come in 2015.


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