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Cricket World Cup: England's Jason Roy to miss next two matches

BBC News Monday, 17 June 2019
Opener Jason Roy will miss England's next two World Cup matches, but captain Eoin Morgan could be fit for the game against Afghanistan on Tuesday.
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