England Pacer Stuart Broad ruled out of India Series due to Calf Injury.

Stuart Broad has been managed out of the Test series against India subsequent to experiencing a tear in his right calf, England and Wales Cricket Board uncovered on Wednesday (August 11). The pacer experienced the injury during preparing on Tuesday at Lord’s in front of the subsequent Test. Saqib Mahmood has been added to the crew as cover.

“Wide went through a MRI examine in London on Wednesday noon, which uncovered a tear,” ECB said in an articulation.

Britain have been hit with a few physical issue worries in front of the second Test at Lord’s. While Broad has been precluded, the hosts are perspiring over the wellness of James Anderson, who is battling with a tight quad. Imprint Wood is probably going to make the playing XI for the subsequent match while Moeen Ali also is set to highlight in the challenge.

Mahmood, the Lancashire pacer, could make his Test debut in case Anderson is precluded. The pacer has played 22 top of the line games and has gotten 65 wickets at a normal of 26.30 with one five-wicket to his name. Mahmood was strong amazing in the series against Pakistan and picked nine wickets in three ODI games at a normal of 13.66.