England Skipper Eoin Morgan To Miss Relaxation Of T20I Sequence In West Indies

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England’s restricted overs captain Eoin Morgan will miss the remainder of the T20I sequence towards the West Indies after struggling a thigh harm. Morgan observed the issue whereas warming up forward of the third match of the T20 sequence and determined to tug out of Wednesday’s fixture. A subsequent examination of the harm confirmed the 35-year-old batsman won’t be accessible for this weekend’s double header.

“England males’s captain Eoin Morgan will miss the ultimate two matches of the worldwide Twenty20 sequence towards the West Indies with a low-grade quadriceps harm,” the England and Wales Cricket Board introduced on Thursday.

“Morgan sat out the third T20 in Barbados on Wednesday evening after he felt ache in his proper quad in the course of the warm-up.

“Observe-up testing revealed he sustained a proper thigh muscle harm which, while comparatively minor, will forestall him from taking part in additional video games in the course of the present tour.”


Moeen Ali captained England of their 20-run defeat on Wednesday because the vacationers fell 2-1 behind within the five-match sequence.

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