Due to a hip injury, England captain Heather Knight will not compete in The Hundred or the Commonwealth Games. “The Commonwealth Games and The Hundred will not include Heather Knight, the leader of the England women’s team. Knight will continue to undergo therapy for the hip injury she received in the first T20I match against South Africa since it has not healed as anticipated “In a tweet, England Cricket said.
“In the Commonwealth Games, Nat Sciver will continue to serve as Team England’s captain. England will compete with a 14-person team since no substitute player may be chosen “It was awful.
In the Commonwealth Games, Nat Sciver will continue to serve as Team England’s captain. Since it can select no substitute, England will play with a 14-man roster.
England has competed in two games and has shown a resounding performance. The first match was against Sri Lanka, and they easily won by a margin of five wickets.
The English side scored 167 runs in the second game against South Africa for the Proteas to chase. England defeated South Africa by 26 runs after limiting them to 141 runs.
England has had a successful competition and is still one of the favorites to take the trophy. They have four points and are in second place in Group B. New Zealand, which has four points but a more substantial run rate, is ahead of them.