England all around Ben Stokes he seems to be on his way to a complete recovery from his injuries. The left-hand wrestler eventually caught him in his house beating for six months after injuring his index finger.
Stokes underwent surgery and was featured in an ODI against Pakistan when the first England team was eliminated in the COVID-19-related cases.
The all-rounder then took a week off from the game to focus more on the health of the head and the injury to his finger. Stokes posted a photo on his social media accounts on Monday. He wrote:
“12th April Broken finger… 11th October for the first time since I broke the ability to rotate it.”
Stokes underwent a second operation last week. The ECB has recently released a statement detailing Stokes’ injuries sustained in the process. ECB date:
“Stokes had two scars removed and red sores on the right thumb of his left hand. Now he has time to recover for the next four weeks under the auspices of the ECB medical team.”
Stokes missed the home Test series against India and seems to be missing out on the T20 World Cup and Ashes tour this winter.
This will be the second convoy of Ashes that Ben Stokes missed
Durham all around were not part of the 2017 Ashes Down Under for taking part in the Bristol controversy. This time, it is his injured toe on the right and the complexity of the insane gangs that make the south farther away from the equator.
There is also the possibility that Stokes will be made in Australia sometime during the series. Meanwhile, head coach Chris Silverwood has denied that cricketers could be included in England’s ‘Plan B’. Silverwood said in a press conference following the announcement of the Ashes group in England:
“Ben is moving on. From what I’ve been talking to him, he’s really overreacting. But what I can say is that there will be no compulsion for me to return immediately. I said, ‘When you are ready, you will call me and we will make a plan from there.’ “
“I’m not saying he’ll be back. I’ll be led by him and my concern, first and foremost, is his best. When he comes back, we’ll make sure he’s in a good place.”
The ashes begin in Gabba in Brisbane from December 8th.