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Jack Leach to return to cricketing action for Somerset in County Championship after knee injury reco
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Jack Leach To Return To Cricketing Action For Somerset In County Championship After Knee Injury Recovery

By IANS News May 16, 2024 • 21:44 PM View: 463
Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium: England’s left-arm spinner Jack Leach will be returning to cricketing action for Somerset via their match against Kent in the County Championship on Friday, after recovering from a knee injury.

Leach had a surgery after suffering a left knee injury while fielding to stop a boundary on the first day of England’s Test series opener against India in Hyderabad earlier this year. On day two of the match, Leach aggravated the injury, which meant he picked a swelling on the injured knee.

It meant he was unable to bowl long bowling spells, though he did bowl 26 overs in the first innings. But Leach managed to bowl 10 overs in the second innings, and took out Shreyas Iyer as England secured a famous 28-run victory at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.

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