Liam Livingstone is hoping to be again in motion in time for the Indian Premier League in March, following an injury-hit finish to 2022.
Livingstone rushed again early from a freak ankle harm sustained in The Hundred in August after he “fell down a kerb making an attempt to dodge a puddle” and performed each sport of England’s T20 World Cup profitable marketing campaign whereas nonetheless not totally match.
He then made his Check debut in opposition to Pakistan one month later in December, however injured his knee whereas fielding on the boundary on day two of the primary Check in Rawalpindi and his tour was reduce quick.
And Livingstone is hopeful he will likely be again in motion for the Punjab Kings, alongside fellow England stars Sam Curran and Jonny Bairstow – who can also be focusing on a return at this yr’s IPL after struggling a freak leg break while playing golf in September.
Talking to Sky Sports, Livingstone stated: “I’m recovering from a knee harm from that one [the Pakistan tour] and was carrying an ankle drawback through the World Cup. I’m simply making an attempt to get these sorted, it is a gradual course of in the meanwhile.
“I’m on the right track. Hopefully I will be again within the subsequent couple of months.
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“It was disappointing [getting injured during The Hundred]. I began the match not nice and at last bought some runs at The Oval.
“Sadly, I had a little bit of a freak incident and hurt my ankle. It was extremely disappointing to have gotten injured on the time, particularly when it is the crunch time of a match.
“It may be an extended few weeks increase from rehab, and hopefully I will be again across the IPL time so I can get again into the swing of issues.”