England batsman Dan Lawrence, who was included in the reserve players in the current Test series against Pakistan, has left the 'BioSecure Bubble'. After the death in Lawrence's Family, he came out of the team. The England and Wales Cricket Board has provided information about this.
The 23-year-old batsman has also taken nine wickets in addition to scoring 3804 runs in 70 first-class matches. The England Cricket Board said in a statement, "Lawrence, awaiting Test debut, was included as a reserve for the Raisethebat Test Series against Pakistan." It was said in the statement, "The ECB requests that the media will respect the privacy of Dan and his family at this time".
Star all-rounder Ben Stokes has been out of the remaining two matches of the three-match Test series due to family reasons. England has said that they have not included any player as an option. Last week fast bowler Ollie Robinson was asked to join the practice camp at the vacant stadium in England. He was part of the Sussex team for the Bob Willis Trophy. England won the first Test by three wickets and took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. England has gained the edge by winning the first Test.
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