Lauren Bell has been called into the 14-player England crew for the three-match IT20 series against India this month, live on Sky Sports; England’s driving IT20 wicket-taker Katherine Brunt has forgotten about to focus on her rest and recuperation
Lauren Bell is in line for her England global T20 debut in the wake of being called into the crew for the series against India, supplanting the refreshed Katherine Brunt.
Britain’s driving IT20 wicket-taker Brunt will miss September’s three-match series because of her rest and recuperation being focused on.
Britain’s Lauren Bell gets her lady ODI wicket as Shabnim Ismail sends one up in the air and Charlie Dean takes the catch
“After conversations with Katherine she felt the best thing for her was to rest across both the T20 and ODI series,” England lead trainer Lisa Keightley said.
“We completely support that choice with the end goal of augmenting her psychological and actual recuperation off the rear of what has been a serious year up to this point.
“That gives an open door to Lauren Bell, who was noteworthy in The Hundred, and with her, Alice Capsey, Freya Kemp and Issy Wong in the crew we’re beginning to see a gathering of energizing youthful players who get the opportunity to solidify their position in the England group.”
Chime’s consideration is one of two changes to the England crew from the Commonwealth Games, with captain Heather Knight left out too as she proceeds with her recuperation from a hip physical issue. Nat Sciver will keep on captaining the group in her nonappearance.
The IT20 series and the three-match ODI series against India which follows will be Keightley’s last matches responsible for the England group and the Australian is intending to end her residency on a high.