England need to get to the bottom of Jofra Archer’s problem: Chris Silverwood

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England will need to get to the bottom of the drawback hampering star pacer Jofra Archer to get him again on the area for the T20 World Cup and the Ashes, mentioned head coach Chris Silverwood on Sunday.

The 25-year-old Archer was omitted from the squad of the ODI sequence starting right here on Tuesday due to a worsening elbow harm. He was additionally dominated out of the preliminary part of the Indian Premier League which begins on April 9.

“It is disappointing for Jofra and for us, we need to get to the bottom of the problem. We will make sure that we have every possible resource surrounding him and hopefully getting him on the field fit and fine for the future of England,” he mentioned at a digital press convention.

“It is technically not the identical drawback, is it? The necessary factor right here is we get it cleared up and we get him to see the specialist. We need to guarantee that we make it clear for Jofra to have an extended profitable profession for England.

“In this moment of time, I am pretty chilled out but the most important thing for me right now is that Jofra sees the right people to get fully fit.”

Silverwood mentioned he desires Archer to play in the T20 World Cup and the Ashes.

“He is a great performer and I want him there. I have full confidence in my medics team that they will provide him the best treatment to give him the best possible chance,” he mentioned.

“You get niggles, injuries are part and parcel, you can pick up an injury at any given point of time.”

England misplaced the four-Test sequence 3-1 earlier than happening 2-3 in the T20I sequence towards India on Saturday.

Silverwood mentioned his facet will look to flip the tables on the house facet in the ODI leg and the expertise of enjoying in Indian situations will come useful after they compete at the T20 World Cup later in the yr.

“It is not going to be a consolation for us (if England win the ODI series). But, we are the world champions, we want to win the ODI series,” he mentioned.

“T20 World Cup is in India later in the year and to have experience of playing here in India is important.”

Asked about the T20I sequence loss, Silverwood mentioned, “I see the T20 sequence as an important expertise for our gamers to be out right here. Obviously, disillusioned to lose however it’s a troublesome place to come and win. India performed very nicely.

“But we will certainly be wiser for it, coming back here for the World Cup, the players would have experience of the wickets and conditions. Again, the experience of how to bat and ball on these wickets. Disappointed to lose this series but excited regarding what is in front of us.”

Asked about utilizing fewer gamers throughout the T20I sequence, he mentioned, “We were expecting the wickets to potentially turn but the wickets were firm and good wickets. Hence, we made very few changes in our team.”

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