Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Injury will be a big problem for England to fight against Australia in the 4th ODI

Injury will be a major cause of concern for England cricket team when they will take on the home side Australia to play the 4th ODI match on 26 January 2011.

Fans already know that the fourth ODI match is going to be the most important match for England because they will struggle hard to keep their hope alive to comeback in the series. On the other hand, Australia will be looking to continue their winning streak and seal the series victory as they are leading the 7-match ODI series by 3-0.

Tim Bresnan is the last player who has been included in the injury list. He has been sent home after sustaining injury. He has torn his calf muscle. It has made him unavailable for the upcoming ICC World Cup Cricket 2011.

Other players who were left out because of same problem are Kevin Pietersen, Graeme Swann and Stuart Broad. Kevin Pietersen hurt his groin and has less possibility to make his return to the national side.

However, Stuart Broad is likely to make his return to the nation squad after being recovered from injury. He was seen joining the training session with the England squad to help his recovery from an abdominal strain.

However, James Anderson has been given rest to avoid injury. He is the key bowler of England cricket team.

The reason of their injuries is England’s busy cricket schedule in a short time. It is expected that injured players will be recovered soon before the start of the World Cup.

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