Ollie Robinson named to the Sussex squad for the warm-up game against New Zealand

Ollie Robinson named to the Sussex squad for the warm-up game against New Zealand

Ollie Robinson named to the Sussex squad for the warm-up game against New Zealand
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Sussex included England pace bowler Ollie Robinson to play in the four-day warm-up game against New Zealand, yet weighty downpour put pay to play on the very beginning, while the guests have affirmed three Covid cases.

Robinson was as of late avoided with regard to Brendon McCullum’s most memorable England crew with England Men’s Cricket overseeing chief Rob Key making sense of why.

“He’s had a touch of hardship; he’s had a stomach bug, he’s been harmed and afterward had a really genuine tooth issue so it’s recently implied that he hasn’t played sufficient cricket,” Key said.

“We don’t feel that he’s in a position where we can choose him in light of what’s occurred toward the beginning of this current year.”

Robinson was one of the 13 players chose by Sussex lead trainer Ian Salisbury as his group take on the ICC World Test Champions.

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The match is an agreeable as the guests start arrangements for their three-Test series against England in June, which will be shown live on Sky Sports.

Jofra Archer will be out until the end of the time following the ECB’s declaration that he has been determined to have a pressure crack to his back. Jack Carson and Steve Finn remain sidelined.

Mohammad Rizwan is inaccessible following a mourning in his loved ones.

Three of the New Zealand visiting party are in confinement in the wake of testing positive for Covid-19 on the morning of the match.

Henry Nicholls, Blair Tickner and bowling trainer Shane Jurgensen have started five days of lodging confinement in the wake of creating positive tests on Friday morning.

The rest of the visit party have returned negative tests and will keep on being checked and tried as required.

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Sussex squad: Tom Alsop, Jamie Atkins, George Burrows, Oli Carter (wk), Tom Clark, Henry Crocombe, Tom Haines (c), Fynn Hudson-Prentice, Sean Hunt, Dan Ibrahim, Ali Orr, Delray Rawlins, Ollie Robinson

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