Gujarat Lions opening batsman, Brendon McCullum have been ruled out of the remaining three Indian Premier League matches due to hamstring injury along with pacer Nathu Singh.
The dashing opener injured his left hamstring during the seven-wicket defeat against Delhi Daredevils on Thursday a result that saw the Lions being knocked out of contention for the playoffs.
McCullum, 35, is currently the second-highest run-getter for Lions this season with 320 runs from 11 outings.
The former Kiwi skipper posted on his official Twitter account late Friday.
The Lions had reached the playoff stage in the last IPL but struggled this season, managing just three wins in 11 matches.They are scheduled to play three more matches in the Twenty20 tournament which ends on May 21 after nearly two months of action.