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Ashes 2019: England replace Roy & Overton with Woakes & Curran for fifth Test at Oval

BBC News Wednesday, 11 September 2019
Jason Roy and Craig Overton are dropped from the England team for the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval, with Sam Curran and Chris Woakes coming in.
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News video: Jason Roy dropped by England for fifth and final Ashes Test

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England have dropped Jason Roy for the fifth Ashes Test against Australia. The one-day star has failed to impress in the first four matches of the series, either as an opener or when he dropped down the order last time out at Old Trafford, where he made a top score of 31.

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