Injury rules England’s Sam Curran out of World Cup squad
The T20 World Cup will not be held in England due to Sam Curran’s lower back injury. Following Chennai Super Kings’ IPL fixture on Saturday, Curran complained of back pain and a scan revealed the injury.
The Spin’s final word on county cricket 2021. The England and Wales Cricket Board’s medical team will review the injury this week after he returns to the UK in the next few days. Reece Topley, a Surrey player, has been added as a travel reserve to Curran’s family’s T20 squad. Tom Curran was also called up to join the squad.
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After completing a mandatory quarantine period, they will stay until 16 October in Muscat. The couple are expecting their first child in December.
Their campaign will begin on 23 October when they face the West Indies in Dubai, where the team will begin its tournament base. Sam Curran T20 Cup.
Two days after England’s warm-up match against India, the three teams will play first against South Africa and Australia. Curran will return to England in the next few days, where he will undergo further scans from England’s medical team.
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In December, the Ashes match against Australia is scheduled to begin, and Surrey will be hoping for a positive outcome from further evaluation. England’s Jofra Archer has already been ruled out of the World Cup by injury, while Ben Stokes has also been absent as he continues to take a mental health break from cricket. In addition to United Arab Emirates, Oman is hosting the 2010 IPL tournament along with England.