Trouble on England Team Went on South Africa Tour

A playing XI can be made if players who have been out of England team so far and become ill, because 11 members of the team have been hit by the disease due to a virus in a few days.
Trouble on England Team Went on South Africa Tour

The England team is currently on a tour of South Africa, where the English team has lost in the first Test match. However, before this, a mountain of troubles had broken over the visiting team. At the start of the tour, many of the England team players were out of the team as they became ill. At the same time, if presently, 11 players of England team have become ill.

A playing XI can be made if players who have been out of England team so far and become ill, because 11 members of the team have been hit by the disease due to a virus in a few days. Meanwhile, it has been reported that Dom Sibley, who joined the playing XI against South Africa in the second Test match, has also been hit by the disease. In such a situation, Sibley's arrival in the second Test match looks doubtful.

Opener Dom Sibley has become the 11th member of the team that has taken ill on the tour of England. A virus is developing among the players of England team, which is making players sick. Because of this, Chris Woakes, Jack Leach, Ollie Pop and Mark Wood have been dropped from the team. At the same time, a slight complaint has been made to the English team captain Joe Root and wicketkeeper batsman Jos Buttler, who defeated 107 runs at Centurion, on the third day of the match.

According to The Cricketer Magazine, the English team opener on the tour of South Africa was Dom Sibley, Joe Denly, captain Joe Root, all-rounder Ben Stokes, Ollie Pope, wicketkeeper Jose Butler, Chris Woakes, Jack Leach, Joffra Archer, Steward Broad and Mark Wood. However, Ben Stokes had a dehydration problem on the first day of the Centurion Test match. After that they played the entire match.

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