Bad news for England about to lose the Ashes, vice-captain out of remaining games

The Ashes played between England and Australia in 2023 does not take the name of reducing England’s difficulties. The English team is already trailing 0-2 after losing two Test matches in a row. Now the team took a big hit with vice-captain Oli Pope. The English vice-captain has been ruled out for the three remaining Ashes matches. Ollie Pope has hurt his straight shoulder.

Even before this, English players have been in trouble with their shoulder injury twice. The pope’s humerus is dislocated. Pope had a scan last night, in which his injury was detected. Now Pope will undergo surgery and will not be able to play the three remaining games against Australia. After surgery, he will begin the rehabilitation process under the guidance of the medical team.

On the first day of the Lord’s Test, Ollie Pope was injured trying to stop the ball on the pitch. Pope’s injury was further aggravated on the third day of the match when the umpires insisted that he take the field after England’s first innings at bat. Pope scored 42 runs in the first innings. England spins coach Jeetan Patel had accepted that had he not come England would have had to play 10 players.

Ollie Pope scored 90 runs at an average of 22.50 while batting in 4 innings of 2 matches played at Ashes. During this, a total of 8 fours came out of his bat.

Ollie Pope only plays test cricket for England. He made his Test debut in August 2018 against India at Lord’s. He has played 48 test matches so far. While batting in 67 innings of these matches, Pope scored 2136 runs at an average of 34.45. During this, he scored 4 centuries with 1 double. At the same time, 11 half centuries came out of his bat.

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