Star Player might miss the ODI Series against India

Star Player might miss the ODI Series against India

Joe Root (Pic Source : Twitter)

Right now two matches of the ongoing red ball series has been concluded with 1-1 match levelled. Now both the teams will play Pink ball Test and final test as well in Ahmedabad. Afterwards India and England will play white ball cricket. The most shocking thing happened in the England Campaign is that England Test Captain Joe Root might miss the ODI Series against India. The series will start from March 23 to 28.

It is expected in the reports of Daily Mail, that Root might miss the ODI series due to the ongoing rotation policy applied by England Cricket Board. With him, England All rounder Chris Woakes will also rested from the ODI Series against India.

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This policy is initiated to create a healthy composures to the Players ahead of upcoming T20 World Cup just before the Ashes Series.

Before him, Jofra Archer, Ben Stokes, James Anderson, Jos Buttler and Jonny Bairstow were also rested.

Right now Joe Root is in a tremendous form as per seen in the red ball series. He has been in true leadership form with more terrific batting in the recent times. With the start of 2021, Root scored 228,186 and 218 respectively. With his phenomenal knock of 228 and 186 against Sri-Lanka eventually led England to win a triumph victory as a clean sweep series whereas just after that his 218 knock against India led his team to win against Men in Blue with astonishing victory of 277 runs.

The last concluded test match was a bit of failure for him as He only managed to score 6 and 33 runs which wasn’t the result England expected and eventually made India to win against England with a huge margin of 317 runs.

The next test match will be played in Ahmedabad under pink ball test affair and it will be mandatory for both the teams to win for make them assure for the final berth in the ICC Test Championship Race.

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