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Big blow to England, star players out of T20 and ODI matches

A five-match T20 series is being played between the women’s cricket teams of New Zealand and England (NZW vs ENGW). In this series, the England team has performed brilliantly and taken an unassailable lead of 3-1. However, in the meantime, a bad news is coming out for the England team. Actually, the team’s star spin bowler Sarah Glenn has been ruled out of the T20 series due to concussion. According to ESPNcricinfo, Sarah Glenn was a victim of concussion during the third T20 International match.

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Actually, she fell while trying to catch and the catch was missed. However, after falling on the field, she did not immediately leave the field and came to bowl the next over. However, after the end of the innings, he was taken to Holly Armitage where he was examined. Due to injury, she will not be able to play the remaining matches of the current T20 series and the first two ODIs.

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In such a situation, Sarah Glenn will now be seen in action on April 7 in the last match of the three-match ODI series. Issuing a statement on her concussion, the England Cricket Board said, ‘She will now follow the ECB Graded Return to Play protocol, and will stay away from the fifth T20 International. No replacement player has been announced in her place.’

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The England Cricket Board replaced Sarah Glenn with Sophie Eccleston and she was seen playing in the fourth match. Sophie was recently seen playing in the Women’s Premier League 2024 and was available for selection in the England team. Let us tell you that today the fourth T20 match was played between England and New Zealand. In this match, the English team performed brilliantly and won by 47 runs. England batted first and scored 177 runs. In response to which New Zealand could score only 130 runs.

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