Ben Stokes looks liable to miss England’s Twenty20 World Cup crusade, with lead trainer Chris Silverwood demanding the all-rounder’s very own prosperity stays the main concern. The 30-year-old is as of now taking an endless time away from cricket to focus on his psychological well-being and recuperate from a finger injury and has not taken the field since July. The International Cricket Council needs crews to be presented by Friday and it appears to be exceptionally improbable that Stokes will make the rundown of 15. Britain is intending to name three reserve players and he may not be named on that rundown.
“We will leave that one late, to allow it our best opportunity,” said Silverwood. “Whatever help Ben needs he will get from us.
“I haven’t addressed him similarly at this point since I need to give him however much space as could reasonably be expected, yet there are individuals conversing with him outside of me and it is something we will return to without further ado.
“Yet, I won’t squeeze him, won’t surge him, and whatever help he needs he will get. As a matter of first importance, my solitary concern is for himself and ensuring he’s OK.”
The World Cup in the United Arab Emirates and Oman runs from October 17 to November 14.
Britain is additionally absent paceman Jofra Archer with injury, with Sussex colleague Tymal Mills tipped to take his spot.
The crew for the Ashes Test series in Australia, which begins in December, is relied upon to be declared not long from now.