England could lose next Joe Root and Ben Stokes: Pacer Mark Wood wants grassroots cricket to resume.
The England and Wales Cricket Board wanted to resume sporting cricket from July 4 and said this point is in discussions with the government of the United Kingdom.
Mark Wood, World Cup-winning fast bowler says, if the game doesn’t restart at the grassroots at the quickest, English cricket could relinquish “the next Ben Stokes or Joe Root”
Mark said he is sure that a lot of people in the country will appreciate and love grassroots cricket to watch back again running after such a long time.
According to BBC Sports Wood quoted that, the entire team doesn’t want to lose the next Joe Root and the next Ben Stokes from English cricket.
Recreational cricket in England as it struts rescinded since March due to dealt a drastic gust of the ongoing pandemic outbreak and will continue to remain as it is, despite the country’s lockdown rules.
The England and Wales Cricket Board wanted to resume practice cricket from July 4 and declared it was nonetheless in talks with the government of the United Kingdom. Although the Prime Minister of England, Boris Johnson said, “natural vector of disease” on Tuesday ruling out its unexpected retrieval.
However, according to Mark, it doesn’t make any sense to continue the ban on cricket in the entire country, when the lockdown has been alleviated.
Mark also said that, if people are allowed to go into pubs, have their meals in the restaurant, then why not players are allowed to return back on the ground.
Mark’s words are hard but true. England cricket team won’t able to bear the loss of two big players form. Joe Root an excellent batsman with consistent batting form and hard-hitting tendency. Root act as a batting backbone in the too order, he holds the rest of the March oh his shoulder if England loses early wickets. Root has to continue his form to support the team with his bat.
Ben Stokes is among the best allrounders in the world is in his great form, but a sudden pause in the cricket will surely affect his form.
Hence, English cricket should once again return back ok ground after such a long time, if they don’t want to lose two big players form Joe Root and Been stokes.