ENG vs SA: England announce their playing XI for the first Test against South Africa
There is to be a three-Test series between the team of South Africa and England. The series will start from August 17 with the first Test match at Lord’s Cricket Ground. England has announced its team for this match. England has announced its playing XI for the first ODI against South Africa today. This playing XI England wicket-keeper batsman Ben Fox has returned after a long time.
The series will be of three test matches
There is to be a three-Test series between the team of South Africa and England. The series will start from August 17 with the first Test match at Lord’s Cricket Ground. At the same time, the second match between the two teams will be played in Manchester from 25 August and the third match will be played from 8 September at The Oval. Before the Test series, the ODI series between England and South Africa was tied at 1-1. At the same time, in the T20 series, the African team had to face a 2-1 defeat at the hands of England.
Olivier has been ruled out of the series due to injury
South Africa has to play a three-Test series against England. But even before the start of this series, the South African team has suffered a big setback. Actually, African team’s fast bowler Duane Olivier has been out of this series due to injury. Olivier was injured during a tour match against the England Lions at Caterbury.
England for the first test Playing XI
Jack Crowley, Alex Lees, Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes (c), Ben Foakes (wk), Stuart Broad, Jack Leach, Matthew Potts, James Anderson
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