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Injured Jason Roy to miss England's next two World Cup games

Mid-Day Tuesday, 18 June 2019
*Manchester:* England opener Jason Roy will miss the hosts' next two World Cup matches with a torn left hamstring, the England and Wales Cricket Board said on Monday. Roy, who sustained the injury while fielding during England's win over the West Indies on Friday, has been ruled out of Tuesday's group fixture against Afghanistan...
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England captain Eoin Morgan says that he believes the injured Jason Roy will play again during the World Cup.

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