Jos Buttler a doubt for England’s second New Zealand Test
After injuring his back at the 23, the Jos Buttler of england is No doubt for the second Test against New Zealand in Hamilton.
Even the wicketkeeper-batsman experienced pain prior to instruction and will undergo evaluation before the match on Thursday evening live on Sky Sports Cricket.
Surrey’s Ollie Pope, who played as a professional batsman through the first Test defeat in Mount Maunganui would replaces just as wicketkeeper buttler.
“Jos has substituted his back at the gym,” said England captain Joe Root during his pre-match media conference.
“We will have to learn a tiny bit more info on that through today and tomorrow and see where he’s at.”
Root also said he will take a last look in the pitch ahead of the toss before opting for a side because the people seem to bounce back in their innings conquer and draw on the string.
“There’s several distinct mixes we could go together and I think a lot of this will trust the surface,” Root included.
“Trying to locate the very best mix which would require 20 wickets and then balancing that in terms of finding the batting at which we want it to be. It could be an allrounder, we’ll see.”
Watch day one of the second Test between New Zealand and England out of 9.30pm, Thursday on Sky Sports Cricket.