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Eoin Morgan: England captain goes off injured against West Indies

BBC News Friday, 14 June 2019
Eoin Morgan: England captain goes off injured against West IndiesCaptain Eoin Morgan and opener Jason Roy give England two huge injury concerns during their World Cup match against West Indies.
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England paceman Mark Wood is an injury doubt for Friday’s World Cup clash against the West Indies after a recurrence of his ankle problems.

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