Liam Livingstone has joined an all around critical rundown of England wellness stresses in front of October’s Twenty20 World Cup in Australia subsequent to being governed out of the rest of the Hundred with a lower leg injury.
Liam Livingstone has joined a generally huge rundown of England wellness stresses in front of October’s Twenty20 World Cup in Australia subsequent to being governed out of the rest of the Hundred with a lower leg injury. Birmingham Phoenix declared that hard-hitting batsman and twist bowler Livingstone, the top run scorer and most important player in last year’s debut version, will miss their last two gathering rounds of the time in addition to any knockout ties.
The 29-year-old said on Twitter: “Destroyed to have been governed out of @thehundred… a competition I have cherished playing in! I’ll give my best for be back out there ASAP! Yet, until further notice I’ll be supporting Birmingham Phoenix from the side!”
The degree of his physical issue is as yet muddled, however there are currently only three-and-a-half weeks before England start a T20 series against Pakistan in Karachi.
Britain white-ball skipper Jos Buttler is probably not going to highlight in every one of the seven installations since he has a calf injury which prompted him to pull out from the Hundred.
Britain opening batsman Jason Roy pulled out from Oval Invincibles’ success over London Spirit on Saturday with back fit.
Quick bowlers Chris Jordan and Tymal Mills have as of late endured finger and toe issues, individually, while their kindred quicks Jofra Archer, Mark Wood, Chris Woakes and Saqib Mahmood are long haul truants through injury.
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