Brown who was supposed to replace Dale Steyn suffers from an injury that affected his participation in cricket matches.
Pat Brown is ruled out of the limited-overs series against South Africa and for the remainder of England’s winter due to a low back stress fracture. He was supposed to replace Dale Steyn but is now bound to return home to rehabilitate and work with the Worcestershire medical team.
Brown is said to suffer from his injury even during his match with the Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League (BBL). ‘The 21-year-old Worcestershire quick developed a recurrence of low back symptoms whilst in Australia preparing to play for the Melbourne Stars in the Australian Big Bash. A scan has revealed a partial stress fracture’, ECB stated.
With Brown’s injury, the England sectors revealed that the replacement for the 21-year-old seamer was both a part of the ODI and T20l squads to face a match against South Africa. It is also said that England’s limited-overs leg of the South Africa tour will begin on February 4 with three ODIs and T20ls.
In the Test Series between South Africa and England, the visitors lead the match with the odds of +1.04, while the Proteas has the odds of +12.5. To keep you updated, check out Betwala for more cricket odds.
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