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Cricket World Cup 2019: Joe Root stars as England secure easy victory over West Indies but Eoin Morgan and Jason Roy pick up injuries

talkSPORT Friday, 14 June 2019 ()
Joe Root hit his second century of the 2019 Cricket World Cup as England secured a commanding eight-wicket win over the West Indies. However, it wasn’t all smiles for the England camp as their victory was punctured by injury scares for captain Eoin Morgan and opener Jason Roy. Roy hurt his left hamstring sprinting at […]
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England captain Eoin Morgan says that he believes the injured Jason Roy will play again during the World Cup.

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