Cricbuzz prediction: Matt Henry injured at ODI in Pakistan, India. England Test Vault ‘Out of Picture’

Kyle Jamison returns to Oakland with Super Smash

New Zealand fast bowler Matt Henry has withdrawn from his ODIs scheduled in Pakistan and India with a stomach strain. He will go home with the rest of the test team not in the whiteball mix.New Zealand has yet to name a replacement for Henry.

Henry’s absence could open up a place for Henry Shipley, a bowling all-rounder who has kept Canterbury in excellent form in domestic cricket over the past two years.

“It was tough for him to play 10 out of 12 days [in Karachi]. We had a full day without any weather disturbances,” said head coach Gary Stead. “So I think if a player is on the field for eight sessions per test match, they are naturally exhausted.”

Henry joins Kyle Jamison and Adam Milne on the sidelines. Earlier this week, Milne withdrew from ODI series teams in both Pakistan and India.

“He has a bit of a side issue and for Adam it’s about finding the confidence to let go completely and we’re trying to help him.” We do not feel ready for this and we agree.”

‘Boult out of the picture for England Tests’ – Stead

Stead expected Trent Boult to be part of his New Zealand side in the series in his two Tests against England in February. Boult turned down a contract with the New Zealand national team in August last year, but still played for the national team at the T20 World Cup. Although he has not played for New Zealand since that tournament, he has been active in his T20 cricket franchise, which includes the BBL’s Melbourne Stars. Vault will leave his BBL and from 13th January he will join MI his Emirates for his inaugural ILT20 league which will take place until 12th February. Mount His Maunganui test is due to start on February 16th, when he is four days from the end of ILT20.

“No, I didn’t think so,” Stead said. “So I’ve had a discussion with Trent and I think his return from the UAE will be a day or two before [the start of the England tests]. I think in terms of the workload that’s not in the picture.”

Jamieson set to return to action in Super Smash

Jamison, who has not played cricket since the Trent Bridge Test last June due to a back injury, will return to action with a super smash.Sted said Jamison will play in Auckland “in a week or so” Probability is high. His availability for the Test series against England was still unclear, and Stead claimed the team’s management was against his return.

“We’ll see if we’re a little closer to the timing of England’s Test series, if it’s too far away, or if it’s the right time for him to play again,” Stead said. “I mean, he hasn’t played cricket in a long time, and I think it’s silly to set a long-term plan ahead and put him back in too much of a hurry.”

In the cold, Jamieson signed a Rs 10 crore IPL deal with the Chennai Super Kings. Jamieson has pulled out of the IPL 2022 auction to work on games of all formats at his home amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Test wicketkeeper Tom Blundell also joined the injury list after suffering a left adductor strain.In his absence it was Tom Blundell who held the wicket on the final day of the second Test against Pakistan. Latham ended in an exciting draw. Blundell is expected to be available for the start of New Zealand’s home test series against England, but will miss the Wellington Firebirds for two to four weeks in the ongoing Super Smash. “We expect it to take two to four weeks to fully return to the game, but hopefully his play on the final day will be shorter,” Stead said.

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