Jofra Archer will be sidelined until next summer after undergoing a second surgery on his injured right elbow in London on December 11. The 26-year-old England's 2019 World Cup hero hasn't played cricket for nine months.
Stokes is away on indefinite leave from cricket to take care of his mental well-being and also to recover from a finger injury. Archer was ruled out after the recurrence of a stress fracture in his right elbow.
Scans on Archer, 26, revealed that he has suffered a recurrence of a stress fracture of his right elbow.
England are smarting from their series loss to India in India earlier this season. They will host India in a five-match series
As he begins his recovery following elbow surgery, Jofra Archer has made clear he will not return to action until fully fit
Jofra Archer will be reassessed in a month following surgery on a persistent elbow injury as he begins "intensive rehabilitation period" after surgery.
Jofra Archer has been plagued by a right elbow injury and will now go under the knife, the England and Wales Cricket Board has confirmed.
After attempting a comeback in domestic action, Jofra Archer will now seek further medical advice over a niggling elbow issue
England are scheduled to host New Zealand for a two-match Test series, starting on June 2. The squad is expected to be announced on Tuesday
The ongoing County Championship match is Archer's last chance to prove his fitness ahead of England's Test series against New Zealand, which starts on June 2 at Lord's.
Jofra Archer, whose last appearance was the fifth T20I between India and England on March 20, has been struggling with a freak hand injury
Jofra Archer returned to bowling this week with higher intensity, and the ECB and Sussex medical teams will continue to monitor his progress
The England cricket board on Tuesday stated that Jofra Archer has recuperated sufficiently after a surgery on his right hand on March 29
Kumar Sangakkara admitted that Jofra Archer's absence is a big blow, but Rajasthan Royals' Director of Cricket has faith in young Indian pacers
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England paceman Jofra Archer will undergo a fortnight of rehabilitation after undergoing successful surgery on his right hand.
In a major blow to the Rajasthan Royals' campaign, pace spearhead Jpfra Archer has been ruled out of the first half of the IPL 2021 due to an elbow injury
Jofra Archer suffered a cut on his right hand's middle finger while cleaning him home at Hove in January prior to the tour of India
A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.PTI Photo
Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.PTI Photo
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