Adam Milne, the New Zealand and Royal Challengers Bangalore pacer , became the latest injury casualty of Indian Premier League (IPL 2016), having been forced out of the remainder of the tournament due to a grade-two hamstring injury.
The injury prone 24-year-pacer was absent during the team's practice session and is reported to have flown back to New Zealand. Milne joins fellow pacer Mitchell Starc and Samuel Badree on the sidelines, further depleting Royal Challengers' bowling options.
Milne's absence leaves the team with only Shane Watson, David Wiese, Chris Jordan and Kane Richardson as the overseas seam bowling options.
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