Speedster Varun Aaron, who was out of action for 16 months because of a back injury, which needed surgery, is now fit and raring to go against Delhi in the Ranji Trophy opener commencing from October 27.

“I am completely fit and will put up my best against Delhi in the four-day Ranji match,” Aaron said.

Asked whether Jharkhand would adopt any strategy against a strong Delhi side, Aaron said the home team would play to its strength.

“I do not think that the presence of star cricketers in Delhi team would make any difference as we too have players who represented the country or played in IPL,” he said.

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