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Cricket World Cup 2019: Jason Roy ruled out of Australia Clash due to hamstring injury



Cricket World Cup 2019: Jason Roy ruled out of Australia Clash due to hamstring injury


Jason Roy is set to miss out on Tuesday against Australia due to his hamstring injury. However the opening batsman did bat on Monday in a bid to prove his fitness going forward.

According to the British media reports, England suffered a major setback as Jason Roy failed to recover in time and will miss the World Cup 2019 clash against Australia on Tuesday.

Jason Roy pulled his hamstring in the match against west Indies on June 14. He is expected to be fit ahead of England’s clash with India on June 30.

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Jason Roy was able to bat in the nets on Monday, the first time after picking up the injury. He will be monitored on daily basis with a view to him returning to the team for England’s final two group games, as per

Roy had been in fine form with the bat prior to his injury, scoring 153 in his most recent innings against Bangladesh in Cardiff.

The Surrey Man will target Sunday’s clash with India as the date for his comeback, with England’s need for their aggressive talisman increasing after Eoin Morgan’s side’s shock defeat against Sri Lanka.

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Eoin Morgan said that, No not at all, unequivocally, when asked if Vince’s two low scores were a concern. We have every faith in him to go on and get a score, to continue playing his own way.

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