Three days sooner than the originate of IPL 2022, Lucknow Big Giants hold brought on board Australia instant bowler Andrew Tye – the IPL 2018 purple cap winner – as a unhurried change for the injured England instant bowler Model Picket.
The 35-year-damaged-down Tye emerged as a specialist dying bowler in the BBL for Perth Scorchers. He played a indispensable phase in their title bustle this season as successfully, picking up 3 for 15 in the final. Known for his medley of slower balls and yorkers, Tye has picked up 40 wickets in 27 IPL matches at an financial system price of 8.46.
Alongside with Tye, the Big Giants hold IPL 2021’s 2nd-very best wicket-taker Avesh Khan, Sri Lanka spearhead Dushmantha Chameera and Ankit Rajpoot as recognised specialist instant bowling alternatives. They are expected to be backed up by the all-round skills of Jason Holder, Marcus Stoinis and Kyle Mayers.
Picket became supposed to be a part of the Big Giants after the raze of England’s ongoing tour of the West Indies. But he suffered an elbow ruin one day of the direction of the first Check and has been ruled out of action for the foreseeable future.
Big Giants originate their IPL campaign in opposition to Gujarat Titans on March 28.