Arccarkk re-injury, and play in New Zealand

London: England pacer Joffre Archer, who missed the ODI series against India and the IPL due to injury, will miss the Test series against New Zealand. Archer was preparing to return to county cricket after suffering a finger injury. But Archer, who suffered another knee injury while bowling for Sussex in the county, returned unable to finish the game. The England Cricket Board has ruled that Archer will not play in the two-Test series against New Zealand.

In January, while cleaning his home aquarium, Archer was injured when he fell to the ground and broke a bottle on his finger. However, Archer, who had bowled in two Tests and five T20I matches against India, returned to England without waiting to bowl in the ODI series.

Archer, who underwent surgery in March to remove a fingernail, was initially rumored to be playing in the IPL, but the English Cricket Board has denied the allegations. Archer, who resumed training ahead of the five-Test series against India in August, was preparing to return to form after playing for Sussex. Seprrambarinusesam for the first time in 2018, Archer conceded in Sussex.

Only after a detailed examination will it be clear whether Archer’s knee injury is serious. Archer suffered a right knee injury in June 2020 during the Test series against South Africa. Archer was then rested for three Tests in the series.

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Last Updated May 17, 2021, 12:52 PM IST



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