2023 ODI World Cup – Matt Henry dominated out of World Cup, Jamieson named substitute

New Zealand fast Matt Henry has been dominated out of the ODI World Cup because of the hamstring pressure he picked up towards South Africa with Kyle Jamieson confirmed as his substitute.

Jamieson, who was a touring reserve earlier within the match earlier than returning residence, had already been known as as much as be a part of the New Zealand squad in India after their harm listing grew through the recreation in Pune. He’ll come straight into competition for the sport towards Pakistan in Bengaluru on Saturday.

“We’re lucky to have a participant of the category of Kyle ready within the wings,” head coach Gary Stead mentioned. “His expertise and bodily attributes at all times make him a menace with the ball and it is an added bonus he was capable of practice with us within the first two weeks of the match.

“Kyle’s needed to work actually laborious to return from two separate again accidents and I do know he is actually enthusiastic about being concerned in his first ODI World Cup.”

Henry had taken 11 wickets at 28.63 with an financial system price 28.63 in seven matches. He began the match with back-to-back three-wicket hauls towards England and Netherlands earlier than coming in for some harsher therapy in latest matches.

“We’re gutted for him,” Stead mentioned. “Matt’s been a vital a part of our one-day aspect for a very long time and to see him dominated out as we attain the enterprise finish of this match is immensely disappointing.

“He is persistently been ranked contained in the ICC prime 10 ODI bowlers for the previous few years which is testomony to his class and expertise. Furthermore, Matt’s an excellent group man and we’re all going to overlook his persona and expertise.”

Stead was hopeful that Ferguson could possibly be obtainable to face Pakistan whereas including that Chapman was recovering effectively and x-rays had cleared Neesham of any damaged bones. Williamson had began batting once more and can be additional assessed within the subsequent couple of days.

“We’re confronted with a bit little bit of adversity with accidents,” New Zealand captain Tom Latham mentioned after the South Africa recreation which was their third defeat in a row. “Fairly fast turnaround in Bangalore so we have to replicate on this rapidly and go into the subsequent recreation with a constructive mindset. We do not change into a foul group in a single day.”

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