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2019 Cricket World Cup: England bad boy Alex Hales back in frame as Jason Roy battles hamstring injury

New Zealand Herald Monday, 17 June 2019
2019 Cricket World Cup: England bad boy Alex Hales back in frame as Jason Roy battles hamstring injuryAn injury to Jason Roy has brought Alex Hales back into the frame for England at the Cricket World Cup.Hales was rubbed off the home team's list ahead of the World Cup for what England officials delicately described as an off-field...
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News video: England not at ‘panic stations’ over injuries, says Morgan

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Eoin Morgan insists England are not at World Cup “panic stations” after injury scares for himself and Jason Roy.

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