Anderson Removed From England Squad For Upcoming Ireland Match

Anderson Removed From England Squad For Upcoming Ireland Match

Anderson Removed From England Squad For Upcoming Ireland Match

Anderson ruled out of squad for Ireland Test due to sustained injury

Lancashire right-arm fast bowler James Anderson is ruled out of upcoming Test match against Ireland because of sustained injury. This comes after Anderson suffered a low-grade calf muscle tear during a game against Durham on July 2.

“Jimmy will continue to be assessed,” said England and Wales Cricket Board in a statement on Tuesday.

Chief selector Ed Smith also stated Anderson would not be included in the squad if there were any doubts that Anderson had not fully recovered.

England will compete in a one-off Test match against Ireland on July 24 to 28 at Lord’s Cricket Ground. England currently have -10000 odds to win the game while Ireland have +2100 odds,

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