No Jason Roy as England declare crew for T20 World Cup 2022

Britain’s star opener Jason Roy has been forgotten about as the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) declared a 15-part crew for the T20 World Cup, booked to occur in Australia in October-November. Jos Buttler, who was named the restricted overs chief following the retirement of Eoin Morgan, will lead the English side in the worldwide competition. The crew likewise includes Chris Woakes and Mark Wood, who had been recuperating from their particular wounds – the two players had last played for England in March recently.

Roy had been battling for structure throughout the course of recent months, having scored just 78 runs in six T20Is this late spring. During the continuous ‘The Hundred’, Roy had enrolled three ducks in his initial four innings.

Phil Salt, who has shown up in four T20Is for England up to this point, has been named in the English crew and is probably going to supplant Roy in the initial job, partnering skipper Jos Buttler. On the other hand, Jonny Bairstow could likewise get an advancement.

Chris Jordan and Liam Livingstone, who are going through recovery for finger and lower leg wounds separately, have likewise been remembered for the crew.

Buttler is likewise recuperating from a calf injury.