ENG vs NZ Bad news for Kiwi team Kyle Jamieson may be out of the 3rd Test

New Zealand have to play the last Test match of the three-match series against England in Leeds from 23 June. Before this match, the visiting team can get a big setback. Bowling all-rounder Kyle Jamieson could be ruled out of the last Test due to injury. Jamieson was unable to take the field after injury on the third day of the second Test of the ongoing series at Trent Bridge. He walked off the field on the third day during the 17th over. He was suffering from a lot of pain in his lower back. Now an MRI scan of his pain will be done, so that the severity of the injury can be ascertained.

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However, even when Jamieson was on the field, the New Zealand team could not stop the England batsmen from scoring runs at a fast pace. On the fourth day of the match, the Kiwi bowling bowled a little better and bundled out England for 539 runs in the first innings. For England, Ollie Pope scored 145 while former captain Joe Root scored 176 runs. Jamieson could bowl only 16.3 overs in the first innings. During this he spent 66 runs at an economy rate of four and did not take any wicket.

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Jamieson has been an essential part of the New Zealand Test team over the past two years. In the last 17 Tests, there was only one Test where Jamieson was not a part of the team. He averages less than 20 in his 16-match Test career. Just a few days ago, he was the number three bowler in the ICC Test rankings. Jamieson has never suffered a serious injury since his debut.

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