Ollie Robinson injured. (ICC photo)
New Delhi: The present time is going very bad for the England cricket team. His star players are getting injured. A few days ago there was news of Jofra Archer’s injury. He has been ruled out of the Ashes series due to injury. Now the injury of another player has become a matter of concern for England. Another fast bowler of England has been injured. This player is Olly Robinson.
This player got this injury while playing for Sussex. Robinson was injured in the match between Sussex and Glamorgan. He has injured his ankle. This right-arm fast bowler bowled just eight overs, after which he went out due to injury.
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Robinson went for a scan
Robinson did not return after lunch and went for a scan. Sussex coach Paul Farbrace said that his injury is being worked on. He told that the decision to send Robinson for the scan has been taken jointly by the medical team of Sussex and the medical team of England Cricket. Now it has to be seen how deep is this injury of Robinson and how long he can recover.
The England team will hope that he gets well before the Ashes series because two of the veteran bowlers of this team are already injured. Archer is already out while James Anderson is also injured but he is still selected in the team.
We know you’ll be back stronger, Jof ❤️
💬 We wish him the best of luck with his recovery. Im sure we’ll see Jofra back to his best and winning games for England.”
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) May 16, 2023
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Ireland clash before the Ashes
Before the Ashes series played between England and Australia, England, captained by Ben Stokes, has to play a Test match against Ireland from June 1. At the same time, Australia has to play the final match of the ICC World Test Championship with India before the Ashes. This match will start from June 7. After this, the Ashes series starts from June 16. The first match of the series will be played from Birmingham. The last and fifth Test match of the series will be played at The Oval in London from 27 to 31 July.