Joffra Archer played his last match before surgery as a fifth T20 international on March 20 between India and England.
England fast bowler Jofra Archer says that if the 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021), which has been postponed due to Kovid, starts again, he will definitely come to India. Also Read – Prithvi Shaw’s ability to become second Virender Sehwag: former selector
Recently returning to competitive cricket after recovering from injury, Sussex returned to the County Championship match against Kent on Thursday and took two wickets for 29 runs in 13 overs. The 26-year-old cricketer suffered an elbow injury during England’s tour of India, after which he was ruled out of the entire IPL season. Also Read – CSK batting coach Michael Hussey came to the Kovid Test; Will return home on sunday
He told Sussex Cricket You Tube Channel, “If I had gone to India (after recovering from injury), I would have probably come back home soon.” Hopefully, if there are remaining matches of IPL this year, then I will be able to go again. The decision not to go to India was difficult. This was something that was difficult to predict. Even when I went there, I did not know how many matches would have been played. ” Also Read – Prithvi Shaw going to Goa without e-pass, police stopped
It was postponed indefinitely after the corona virus cases in the IPL bio-bubble (bio-safe) escalated. The Rajasthan Royals and England team, who took 20 wickets for Rajasthan Royals, said, “My team Supported the verdict. You want to build a good relationship as I have built with the (Rajasthan) Royals in the last three years. ”
Archer, playing competitive cricket for the first time in almost a month and a half, dismissed Jock Crawley and Kent captain Bell Drummond and played a key role in dismissing the opposing team for 145 runs.
Archer said, “My fitness is good. I think I bowled well. I played for the second-class team of Sussex last week and it was good to gain confidence and I am feeling good. ”
Archer had earlier played his last match between India and England on March 20 as the fifth T20 international. He had a piece of glass stuck in his right hand, for which he had to undergo an operation.