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England’s Jofra Archer out of New Zealand series with elbow injury | Cricket News – Times of India


Archer had surgical procedure in March to take away a glass fragment from a tendon on his proper hand. (Getty Images)

England quick bowler Jofra Archer has been dominated out of their two-Test series in opposition to New Zealand beginning subsequent month as a result of ache in his elbow, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) stated on Sunday.
Archer had surgical procedure in March to take away a glass fragment from a tendon on his proper hand, an injury he sustained in January when an try to scrub his fish tank went fallacious.
The 26-yr-previous was having therapy for an extended-time period elbow drawback on the time.
Archer returned to motion for county facet Sussex in opposition to Kent this week at Hove however solely bowled 5 overs in Kent’s second innings as a result of ache in his proper elbow.
He didn’t bowl throughout the remaining two days of the county championship match.
“The England and Sussex medical teams will seek guidance, and Archer will see a medical consultant later this week to determine the next course of action on the management of his elbow,” the ECB stated in a press release.
Archer featured in two of England’s 4 Tests and all 5 Twenty20 matches throughout their latest series in India. He missed the beginning of the now-suspended Indian Premier League season.
The first Test in opposition to New Zealand can be held at Lord’s from June 2-6 earlier than the second recreation in Birmingham from June 10.

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