15 Jun 2022

England vs New Zealand: Kyle Jamieson Comes Out of Third Test With Injuries!

New Zealand will be without the injured swimmer Kyle Jamieson in the third and final Test match against England, which has added to its darkness after receiving a series at Nottingham on Tuesday. Shortly after the second Test defeat at Trent Bridge by five wickets, which gave England a 2-0 victory, the Black Caps management confirmed that Jamieson would return home after a stress test revealed his back pain, while swinging during the day. the third. Coach Gary Stead has estimated that Jamieson will need four to six weeks of rest before starting a rehabilitation program, which will focus on his return to play in September or October.

Pace thrower Blair Tickner, who was with the team in their first tour of the tour, has been recalled and will arrive in Leeds ahead of the third Test starting on Thursday next week.

Tickner has not yet tested at Test level but has played 10 international limited-overs international matches.

New Zealand was forced into another, less important change after Cam Fletcher was released on a trip, injuring a muscle while holding Jamieson on his phone on the fourth day in Trent Bridge.

He will be replaced by Dane Cleaver, like Fletcher, who does not play in any New Zealand format.

Jamieson's departure has a huge impact on the visitors' hopes of saving the series at Headingley, as the senior seamer exploded at the scene last year and took 72 wickets in his first 16 Tests.

He threw well in the first Test lost to Lord, earning six wickets for 99 runs.

His presence was greatly missed on the final day at Trent Bridge, as England reached 299 out of five, while Jonny Bairstow (136) and captain Ben Stokes (75 unbeaten) conceded powerful goals as they attacked New Zealand.

"Kyle played a big part in the first Test at Lord's and I know how disappointed he was to have his involvement in the second Test reduced," Stead said.

"Obviously he is a great help to us and we will make sure we tolerate his recovery to ensure he returns in full swing with the most important cricket that is yet to arrive by the end of this year."

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