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Ben is not expected to play for 12 weeks. A second X-ray and CT scan on his injured index finger has revealed a fracture.
Ben has been named Wisden’s Leading Cricketer of the Year for the second year running .Following Virender Sehwag (2009, 2009) and Virat Kohli(2016,2017, 2018), Ben is just the third player to be chosen by Wisden Cricketers Almanack for this prestigious honour.
A broken finger has ruled Ben out of playing any further part in the 2021 IPL. Rajasthan Royals have reported that Ben broke a finger during the 4 run defeat at the hands of Punjab Kings.
Ben says the tour of India was tough and the results disappointing. In his latest Daily Mirror column, Ben says his attention must turn to the Rajasthan Royals and the IPL.
Ben was on fire in the second ODI vs. India. His red hot 99 off 52 balls helped England to a blistering 6 wicket win with 39 balls to spare.
Ben's Daily Mirror column looks back at England's 3-1 series defeat in India. Ben accepts India were the stronger team, but the series defeat stings.
Ben scored fifty or more Test runs in an innings for the thirty-fourth time earlier today. It's now 24 half-centuries in Tests for Ben and this was one of his slowest.
England want a series win, says Ben in his latest Daily Mirror column. Ben reveals, he is ready to bowl, if called upon by captain Joe Root, during the third Test against India.