Cricket| England, Stokes now against Scotland and Australia

Leeds: After the victory in the Leeds Test against Pakistan for the England team, there is a bad news. Now the team’s all-rounder Ben Stokes has been out of the team for the opening one-day match against Scotland and opening matches for the one-day series against Australia next weekend. England and Wales Cricket Board said on Sunday, “All-rounder Ben Stokes will not play in the one-day match against Scotland in Edinburgh and in the five-match ODI series against Australia. He is recovering from the stomach in the left foot muscles. ”

Stokes was injured during practice before Pakistan’s second Test match. Middlesex batsman David Malan has been included in the squad for the match against Scotland on June 10, while Kent Billy Bills has been selected for the Australia series.

Significantly, before the second Test against Pakistan, left-arm spinner Sam Querun was included in the England Test team as a cover of Ben Stokes and he was also included in the last 11 players of this test. With Stokes injury, Chris Woakes was getting the chance to get a chance in the XI that was included in the team as the 12th player in the Lord’s Test match.

England sticks to Pakistan without stokes

In the absence of Stokes in the absence of the bowling bowlers, the host England defeated Pakistan by an innings and 55 runs on Sunday, on the third day of the second cricket Test match and secured a 1-1 draw in the two-match Test series. This is the first Test win of England in almost nine months in the past.

After converting Pakistan to 174 in their first innings, England scored 363 runs in their first innings, scoring 189 runs in their first innings, ahead of 302 runs for seven wickets. In reply, Pakistan’s team could only manage 134 runs in the second innings and they had to face defeat and defeat by 55 runs. Pakistan won the first Test by nine wickets.

Imam al Haq in the second innings of Pakistan, with the help of five fours in 64 balls, the highest 34 and Usman Salahuddin, playing the first Test, contributed 102 runs with two fours in 33 balls. In the face of England’s strong bowling attack, the condition of Pakistan was that his eight batsmen could not even touch the tenth. Azhar Ali was the third batsman to reach Dahai. He scored 11 runs.

Stuart Broad’s three wickets for 28 runs and off-spinner Dominic Bass, playing his second Test, took three wickets for 33 runs. James Anderson got two wickets for 35 runs and Sam Curran and Chris Woakes got one wicket each.