ENG vs SA: England fast bowler, Brydon Carse has been ruled out of the third one-day international against South Africa, which is scheduled to be played on Sunday at Headingley Cricket Ground. He won’t be playing the third one-day international due to a toe injury.
“Brydon Carse will miss Sunday’s third Royal London ODI in Leeds after suffering an injured right big toe during the series opener at Chester-le-Street. Carse left the squad on Saturday morning and will be further assessed over the next week,” England cricket took to Twitter to announce the news.
The England seamer played his first game for England in July this year against Pakistan. Due to the injury, he left the England squad on Saturday. He also becomes England’s long list of bowlers who have missed out on the series due to injury.
Speaking of the ongoing series, South Africa won the first ODI by 62 runs. However, England bounced back strongly to win the second game by a huge margin of 118 runs.
England won in the rain-curtailed 2nd ODI
Due to rain, the game was shortened to 29 overs. Batting first, England managed to score 201 runs on the board in the first innings. Liam Livingstone top-scored with the bat, scoring 38 runs in 26 balls, while Curran also played a handy knock of 35 runs in 18 deliveries.
England’s bowling unit came out all guns blazing in the second innings. They send half of the side back to the hut for just 27 runs and later, bundled South Africa out for 83 runs on the board. Adil Rashid was the pick of the bowlers, claiming 3 for 29 in 6 overs. Besides, the likes of Moeen Ali and Reece Topley picked 2 wickets each.
The third and final ODI will take place on Sunday at Leeds.