Britain pacer Mark Wood harmed his shoulder on the fourth day of the Lord’s Test while attempting to save a boundary. In the most recent development, England mentor Chris Silverwood has given a report in regards to his physical issue in front of the third Test in Leeds.
Wood bowled excessively well during the second innings of England yet could figure out how to create just four overs on the last day because of the injury.
The 31-year-old pacer sacked figures of 24.1-2-91.2 during the principal innings of the game and got back with 18-4-51-3 figures in the second. He proceeded to legitimise his choice in front of Stuart Broad whose calf injury pushed him out of the whole series.
Silverwood added that England’s clinical group are checking Wood and his status would be cleared in two days.
Wood additionally added additional consideration for the present as he is a physical issue inclined cricketer. In any case, he should advance in the Leeds Test by demonstrating his wellness levels.
“The medics are working on Woody (Mark Wood). We’ll find out more in the next couple of days. He is a bowler who can hit 90mph-plus, so I’ve got to look after him, but he will be given every opportunity to be fit for Leeds and obviously, we will make a decision, along with him, and our medics closer to the time,”stated by Chris Silverwood in a press conference on 17th August
Huge Win captured By Indian Cricket Team at Lord’s
Discussing the Lord’s down, Wood and other bowlers’ endeavours went to no end as India showed exceptional aim to secure the game by gigantic 151 runs.
The 10th wickets association of unbeaten 89 runs by Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah ended up being the idea of the last day of the second Test.
Be that as it may, Indian bowlers actually had an intense errand to do as they needed to wrap up hats before the day’s over and they did it effectively.
Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj, Ishant Sharma, and Mohammed Shami did the work consummately for India towards the end.