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ENG Vs WI: Jofra Archer returns for third and final Test

Following the resumption of international cricket with the England-West Indies Test series after Corona’s tenure, the two teams will play their last and decisive Test match of the series at Old Trafford from Friday 24 July.

Following the resumption of international cricket with the England-West Indies Test series after Corona’s tenure, the two teams will play their last and decisive Test match of the series at Old Trafford from Friday 24 July. So England has announced their squad for the final Test against the West Indies, which includes fast bowlers James Anderson and Jofra Archer.

In the second match in Manchester, England decided to rest fast bowler James Anderson. Jofra Archer was banned from the previous second Test for violating bio-safety protocol after Southampton’s first Test. Jofra Archer later apologized for his actions. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) had also fined Jofra Archer.

The England-West Indies series was announced to be held in a bio-safe environment. So after the first Test, the England team was expected to come together from the Ages Bowl to Old Trafford. However, it was learned that Archer had gone to his home in Howe during the trip. Jofra Archer was taken into custody after England team management noticed that Archer had been included in the squad for the second Test.

Earlier, the first Test between England and the West Indies was played on July 8. Along with the West Indies batsmen, the bowlers also performed well in this match. The West Indies won the first match of the three-match Test series and took a 1-0 lead.

However, in the second Test at Manchester, England made a strong comeback, beating the West Indies. With this victory, England drew 1-1 with the West Indies in a three-Test series. The third and final Test between the West Indies and England will be played at Old Trafford from tomorrow, with both teams set to take on the series.

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