Uncapped England batsman Dan Lawrence, who was one of many reserves within the ongoing Check collection in opposition to Pakistan, has left the workforce’s bio-secure bubble because of a household bereavement, the nation’s board stated. The 23-year-old Essex batsman has scored 3804 runs and captured 9 wickets in 70 top notch matches.
“Lawrence , who has but to make his Check debut, was named as one of many reserves within the #raisethebat Check collection in opposition to Pakistan. He is not going to be obtainable for choice when the second Check begins on Thursday on the Ageas Bowl,” the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) stated in a press release.
“The England and Wales Cricket Board requests that the media respects Dan and his household’s request for privateness at the moment,” it added.
Star all-rounder Ben Stokes can be out of the rest of the three-match Check collection because of household causes. England have stated they won’t name up any replacements .
Final week, pacer Ollie Robinson, who was a part of the Sussex squad for the upcoming Bob Willis Trophy, was requested to affix England’s closed-door coaching camp.
Hosts England received the opening Check by three wickets to take a 1-Zero lead within the three-match collection.
The second Check is scheduled to start on Thursday on the Ageas Bowl in Southampton.