New Zealand is suffering from a threat for the test series ahead against England after Ross Taylor’s injury. Ross Tyler, the 37-year-old batsman, got the net injury during the first-day New Zealand training camp. He left the field for the scanning.
Gary Stead, the head coach, stated that it is more precautionary than anything, but we’ll see how he scrubs up. It is constantly worrying when any injury happens. But when a player like Ross has good caliber for test matches suffered from an injury, you always have concerns.
He said that fingers are crossed. And he ensured that they still have time and wait for the medical team’s opinion.
New Zealand will leave for England after two to three days of camp. And in England, they will play two test series and the final of the inangular World Test Championship against India in Southampton.
Before this injury, Taylor missed two one-day internationals against Bangladesh in March due to a hamstring injury. And he play 14 inning without 100.
But Coach Stead said: Test record of Ross is excellent, and they want him to play in the team.
New Zealand already doesn’t have Kane Williamson, Trent Boult, Kyle Jamieson and Mitchell Santner for one of the test match against England because of their involvement in the IPL.
The final is of IPL will be on the 30th of May. And the players who reach the UK from India, Will have to isolate for ten days.
The first Test between New Zealand and England is on the 2nd of June, and the second test will start eight days later. New Zealand announced the names of the 20-man squad, including the Uncapped pair of Devon Conway and Rachin Ravindra, for their trip to England.
All of the group members had their first dose of COVID Vaccine. And they will get their second dose before they arrive in England.