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IPL 2018: Mumbai Indians pick Mitchell McClenaghan in place of injured pacer Jason Behrendorff

  • PTI
  • March 19th, 2018
  • 17:04:36 IST

New Delhi: The IPL Technical Committee has approved New Zealand's Mitchell McClenaghan as a replacement for Australian left-arm fast bowler Jason Behrendorff in the Mumbai Indians squad.

File image of Mumbai Indians' Mitchell McClenaghan. IPL/SportzPics

File image of Mumbai Indians' Mitchell McClenaghan. IPL/SportzPics

Behrendorff, who is suffering from a back problem, has been ruled out of this edition of the Indian Premier League.

"In accordance with the Player Regulations, the Mumbai Indians were allowed to choose a replacement from the Registered and Available Player Pool (RAPP)," an IPL media release said.

The Mumbai Indians subsequently picked McClenaghan at his base price of INR one crore.

McClenaghan was a part of the Mumbai Indians squad since 2015, but remained unsold in the auctions for IPL 2018.

After the auctions in January, he had sent out a tweet thanking the Mumbai Indians team and Rohit Sharma for the time he spent with the team.

Updated Date: March 19, 2018 17:04:36 IST

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