Barbadian-born English cricketer, Jofra Archer’s fitness has been perhaps the greatest worry for ECB recently. Jofra Archer has an elbow injury in the past history that saw him missing a few critical cricket games. He even did not play the important One Day series against India in Spring because of his injury and furthermore now postponed the IPL 2021.
Despite the fact that he got back to the ground during Sussex County Cricket Club’s county championship game against Kent County Cricket Club, it seems like he actually needs more opportunity to accomplish full strength. County Cricket Club’s coach Ian David Kenneth Salisbury stated that his’s sensitive elbow prevented the fast pacer from bowling against Kent County Cricket Club in the County Championship game on 15th May.
Jofra Archer made a rebound on Thursday as he played his 1st game for the Sussex cricket club in 2018. Be that as it may, Jofra didn’t bowl in the game. “I think there was some uncertainty over the Jofra’s elbow condition. Ben thought he planned to bowl however his elbow’s sore thus he was unable to bowl. As to other data about his elbow, it’s the England and Wales Cricket Board’s responsibility to respond to that. In the game that he is sensitive today, he will not bowl tomorrow”.
Ian’s assertion demonstrates that he is as yet not prepared for test matches, and England and Wales Cricket Board may be compelled to ignore him for the New Zealand 2 test series”. Notwithstanding, Ian David likewise referenced that Jofra is resolved to play and dominate matches for his side. He is actually able to be out there in light of the fact that he needs Sussex County Cricket Club to win.
“The England and Wales Cricket Board needed to allow him to play this game. He is not our player so they needed to give consent”. England and Wales Cricket Board stated that “The ECB and Sussex medical staff will currently look for direction, and Jofra will see a clinical advisor in the not so distant future to decide the following strategy on the administration of his elbow”.
England takes on New Zealand in the 2 test series beginning from 2nd June at Lord’s. The 2nd Test match happens from the 10th of June onwards at Edgbaston Cricket Ground. England will report the crew for the Test series one week from now. It will be fascinating to see who replaces Jofra Archer’s position.