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IPL: No fitness concerns about Glen Maxwell, says RCB

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Bengaluru: Royal Challengers Bengaluru said that there are no concerns over the fitness of star all-rounder Glenn Maxwell ahead of their IPL 2024 match against Sunrisers Hyderabad, reports PTI.

"Maxi has had a couple of scans, and he's okay at the minute. So, there's no injury concerns. He's going to practice today and get more of a feel," Director of Cricket at Royal Challengers Bengaluru, Mo Bobat, said in the pre-match press meet.

Maxwell had suffered a hit on his thumb while fielding in RCB's previous match against Mumbai Indians, but Bobat said the Australian all-rounder has recovered well.

Maxwell has been going through a shabby IPL this season, having managed to score just 32 runs from six matches at an average of 5.33.

However, Bobat backed Maxwell to turn things around sooner than later.

"He's disappointed. He obviously has high standards and has a very, very impressive 12 to 24 months. He's in our plans and is an important part of our batting lineup. So, up until now, we're trying to support him as best as we can and help him find his best form," he said.

Bobat said Maxwell's return to form is vital for RCB in the middle-overs.

"It's good to see Rajat (Patidar) come back to some form in the last game (against MI). We're really trying to target that middle phase of the game where we feel like we could probably score at a better rate or put more pressure on the opposition. So, we're trying to work with him (Maxwell) to do that," he added.

Later, Maxwell engaged himself actively in the RCB net session, hinting at his readiness to take on SRH.

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