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Joe Root to miss first test against West Indies 

England's Test skipper Joe Root will miss out the first test against West Indies in July due to UK's self-isolation rule. According to the rule, the skipper would need to sit out for a week after attending his childbirth. Vice-captain Ben Stokes would most likely lead the team in the absence of Joe Root.

Sat, 06 Jun 2020 - 02:30 PM / by Azam Sait

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