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Ben Stokes Pulls Out Of The Hundred

Ben Stokes Pulls Out Of The Hundred

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Ben Stokes Pulls Out Of The Hundred

According to the news about Ben Stokes, he has withdrawn from the Hundred and the next T20 series against South Africa because he prefers playing Test cricket to white-ball events after being named England captain. 

Ben Stokes latest news states that he will relax and focus on preparing for the three Test matches against South Africa in August and September. Stokes made two appearances for Northern Superchargers last summer and was anticipated to play for them once more in the competition’s second season.

Although the final of the three T20s will be played on July 31, more than two weeks before the first Test begins, Jonny Bairstow is included in both groups of the squads for the T20 and ODI series against South Africa. Joe Root, like Stokes, is only expected to feature in the 50-over matches.

David Willey, the captain of Brook’s Yorkshire team, won’t be available for Saturday’s T20 Blast Finals Day at Edgbaston because England refused to release any of the players from Thursday’s ODI against India. Three players who weren’t selected for the starting lineup will be permitted to participate. Parkinson, Phil Salt, and Brook will join Lancashire and Yorkshire, respectively, in time for their respective teams’ semi-finals.

Jos Buttler and Liam Livingstone of Lancashire, Craig Overton and Willey of Somerset, Jonny Bairstow, and Joe Root of Yorkshire could have all been involved at Edgbaston, even though some of them have barely been involved in their teams’ path to the final four; each team has played 15 games so far, and only Livingstone (seven), Willey (seven), and Overton (six) have appeared in more than two of those games. Before Sunday’s critical ODI at Old Trafford, where England is predicted to pick an unchanged lineup, all are still part of the international squad.

The white-ball series was rescheduled to fit the fifth Test against India that had been postponed from last summer. Originally, the white-ball series would have ended at Lord’s on Thursday, allowing all players to join their counties for the weekend.

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