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Update Of Pakistan Vs England 3rd Test Match, Injury Of Ben Stokes During 2nd Test Match

Test match series between Pakistan vs England is going on not it is time for the 3rd test match between these two countries this test match is going to take place in that same Lords Stadium on 3 August 2016.
This match puts great pressure on both of the teams as first test match is win by the Pakistani players with the lead of 75 runs in the first inning its look like that Pakistan is totally going to lose this match.
But in the inning when Pakistani bowlers entered into the ground they don’t even give a second to stand English batsman in front of them during the last moment of match.
After that for the second test match English team added 3 new members to its squad from which two players James Anderson and Ben Strokes are the most power full players of this team in this second test match England shocks the cricket lovers by defeating the Pakistani team with a huge score of 330 this is one of the greatest lead in English team history.
But now for the third test match conditions are now not favorable once again for England as Ben Strokes is again injured while bowling against the Pakistani bats men this for the second time that Ben is injured continuously Ben and James both are injured together while playing the county cricket.
James is fully fit and again ready to defeat these Pakistani players but it seems like that now Ben is going on a long leave as he played his last test series against Sri Lanka and after that he returns back against Pakistan.
But now fans not going to see him in the 3rd test till now English team has not confirms that who is going to take place of Ben Strokes this is very bad situation for the English team.

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