England S Sam Curran Falls Ill Just Before The First Test – Another setback to England, all-rounder sick before Test match, captain Joe Root already out

By: Mazkoor

Published: 03 Jul 2020, 08:40 PM IS

Manchester: England’s all-rounder cricketer Sam Curran has gone ill on Wednesday in Quentin. He has isolated himself in a room at the Ages Bowl Stadium. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) gave this information. Let us know that England’s regular Test captain Joe Root is also out of the first Test. His wife is about to give birth to Root’s child. To stay together on this occasion, he has decided to stay out of the team.

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Butler was a member of the team in the three-day warm-up match played between Jos Butler and Ben Stokes. The ECB informed that he will no longer play the match. Curran scored 15 not out on the first day of the practice match. Although he had fever and diarrhea. The ECB informed that he had fever and diarrhea last night. He is feeling better than this afternoon. The board reported that the team’s doctors are watching them. He has also undergone Covid-19 test on Thursday morning. Let us know that from June 23, the 30-member England Cricket Team is practicing in the Ages Bowl.

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Let us know that England have to play a three-Test series from July 8 between the West Indies (ENG vs WI). Just before this, Curran’s illness is a double blow to England. Because Root, who is already out of the team, the 22-year-old rising all-rounder has impressed everyone with his talent in just 17 Tests played so far. Curran has taken 37 wickets in Tests played so far, scoring 711 runs at an average of 27.34. His best performance is 78 runs in batting, while bowling has four wickets for 98 runs in an innings. Kurran has scored three half-centuries so far.