Injuries are set to keep English pacer Reece Topley and Aussie dasher, Jos Inglis, from participating in the T20 World Cup.
Jos Inglis’ freak injury.
Hosts of the T20 World Cup Australia have suffered another injury setback ahead of the competition, with backup wicket-keeper Josh Inglis injuring his hand while golfing in Sydney on Wednesday.
In preparation for Thursday’s important training session, players were given the day off on Wednesday morning On Saturday, Australia will face New Zealand in their first T20 World Cup pool encounter at Sydney Cricket Ground.
Inglis’ injury will add salt to the wounds of an already-injured Australian team. As concerns surround All-rounders Mitch Marsh, Stoinis, and Cameron Green. Veteran opener Warner is undergoing rehabilitation.
Reece Topley ruled out.
Following a string of setbacks, England now confronts another in the form of Reece Topley’s injury. Topley injured his left ankle on a piece of advertisement foam on the boundary during catching drills on Monday afternoon in Brisbane and did not play in the final warm-up against Pakistan.
Topley is one of the unluckiest players in history, missing a T20 World Cup due to injury after missing last year’s World Cup due to injury.