Liam Livingstone. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)NEW DELHI: England batsman Liam Livingstone seems pretty thrilled on being named in the ODI squad for the next two matches against Ireland. England top-order batsman Joe Denly was on Friday ruled out of the remaining two ODIs against Ireland due to back spasms. England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) named Lancashire's Liam Livingstone as the replacement. Livingstone has represented England in two T20Is and would make his ODI debut if selected in one of the final two matches with Ireland. Livingstone shared a picture of him holding a bat as he looked ready for the game after his name was announced in the squad. He captioned the post, "Let's go". England won the
(Photo credit: @englandcricket Twitter handle)England leg-spinner Matt Parkinson will miss the one-day international series against Ireland with an ankle injury, the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Tuesday. Parkinson sustained the injury during fielding practice on Monday and has been ruled out of the three ODIs from July 30 to Aug. 4 in Southampton. The 23-year-old Lancashire bowler made his international debut against South Africa in February, featuring in games at Cape Town and Durban. Earlier, the ECB confirmed all-rounder Moeen Ali as Eoin Morgan's vice-captain for the Ireland series, which takes place behind closed doors in a bio-secure bubble at the Ageas Bowl.
YORKSHIRE (UK): England all-rounder David Willey believes a shortened summer could be an ideal time for Yorkshire Cricket club's youngsters to prove their mettle. All cricketing action has been suspended since March due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, there is now an increased optimism amongst the county cricket clubs that domestic cricket can resume in August. Also, England will be playing a three-match Test series against West Indies behind closed doors beginning from July 8. The matches will be held at Hampshire's Ageas Bowl and Lancashire's Emirates Old Trafford. These two venues have been chosen as bio-secure venues. Moreover, the county clubs have cancelled overseas player deals. Yorkshire, for example, have cancelled their contracts with spinner Keshav Maharaj and Indian