IND vs ENG: Jofra Archer was ruled out the three-match ODI series with an elbow injury.

India vs England: Eoin Morgan said that fast bowler Jofra Archer’s return to the IPL will depend on the assessment of England’s medical staff. Archer was ruled out of the ODI series with an elbow injury.

England’s limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan said on Monday that medical staff would determine whether Joffra Archer would return to India to play the Indian Premier League (IPL) at some stage this year. Archer was considered unfit for the upcoming three-match ODI series against India, as Morgan remarked. The fast bowler has also been dropped from the early stages of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021.”To be fair, I cannot give a medical opinion. We know the situation with his elbow, it has become progressively worse. We know. Morgan said during a virtual press conference that it needs to be investigated. , Only time will tell. They have given their heart and soul to us, so we will try to give them full attention. Monday.

“It all depends on the outcome of the investigation that the medical team will do (Archer’s return to India for the IPL). They will determine the best rehabilitation program to come back and we will go from there. We have full faith in our medical team, He has. He said that there is an outstanding about player welfare and player rehabilitation. Trust always remains.

Archer is returning to the UK for further management and investigation of his right elbow injury.

Archer’s elbow issue has worsened during the five-match T20I series and it has become challenging for him to maintain his level of performance.

The ECB medical team will now assess the player and together with Archer will decide on a treatment plan and a scheduled return schedule. As a result, Archer will miss the start of this year’s IPL.

When asked about the ODI series against India, Morgan said: “We have a lot of options, we are spoiled for options. During the ODI series, you (T) people will get one more chance, as much as we have. Did it in the T20 series., It’s going to be exciting.

“Playing three ODIs on the same ground against a very strong Indian side is a very big opportunity for everyone to go there and get it in the 50-over format.

“The victory of the ODI series is not a consolation prize, it is a huge opportunity for those who are here. When you score runs or take wickets away from home, there is a chance to try and take your case forward. There is a great encouragement.

“We have the ODI Super League points to qualify for the next World Cup.”

Responding to a question as to whether England will play one-day matches as an extension of T20 cricket, Morgan said: “I don’t think there’s a strong argument. I think the 50-over format is probably closer to T20. There are some familiar scenarios that work on their own.

“There are pockets of sports replicating T20 cricket. There is a very limited variation between the two squads, people are skilled in playing both formats, even if it is the T20 World Cup year.”

On Saturday, with the help of captain Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma’s half-centuries and superb bowling by the Indian bowlers, the hosts scored a 36-run win in the fifth T20I at the Narendra Modi Stadium.

With this win, India won the five-match series 3–2 and now the two teams will face off in a three-match ODI series starting on Tuesday in Pune.

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