England captain Morgan has scored a mere 82 runs in seven Twenty20 innings for England this year.
India vs England, T20 World Cup warm-up match, Live Updates: Chris Jordan to bowl. too straight from Jordan, and it's in the perfect slot for Hardik, who drills it between mid-off and extra cover for four! Great start to the over for India. Good ball, almost wide but not quite and it's a dot. Low full toss into Pandya's knees. He could have taken the single, but he chooses to stay on strike. Oh, very poor delivery from Jordan. That was wide and high, and it also ran away for four without making any contact with Pandya's bat. Free hit signalled. Pandya gets a huge edge on it, and that's four! It flies over short third man! Another low full toss, and the India duo run a double. Oh my word, a no ball now, and Pandya takes a single. Terrible over this from Jordan. Pant to face a free hit now. India just need 3 from 7 balls. Pant could end it now. It's a six and India win by seven wickets!!
"There was never too much doubt that everyone was keen to go and play," Woakes told reporters.
Stokes posted a photograph showing him holding a bat with his bandaged finger and the words: "12th April broken finger. 11th October first time since breaking being able to get it round my handle."
Following a breakthrough in talks with Cricket Australia, the England and Wales Cricket Board on Friday said they had given "conditional approval" for the tour to go ahead.
The ECB has also decided to do away with their old process of announcing separate red and white-ball contracts, announcing instead a single contracts list for players across formats.
Jos Buttler could be the only England player not to agree to travel to Australia.
Curran noticed the problem after playing for Chennai Super Kings in their Indian Premier League match against Rajasthan Royals on Saturday.
The 34-year-old Ali, a spin-bowling all-rounder, announced retirement from the longest format of the game on Monday.
India cricket team's junior physio Yogesh Parmar was tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday and the team had to cancel its practice session.
India vs England: Fifth Test likely to go ahead after all Indian players in UK test negative for COVID
All the 21 players of the Indian Test squad have tested negative for COVID-19, a development that clears the decks for the fifth Test against England to proceed as scheduled from Friday
"I don't know too much, to be honest, at the moment. At present we are expecting the game to go ahead. Things are all fine in our camp. We are looking forward to the game," England vice captain Jos Buttler said.
India vs England: BCCI chief Sourav Ganguly unsure 5th Test will go ahead after junior physio Yogesh Parmar tests positive
The players have been told to remain in their respective rooms as RT-PCR testing is being carried out. Besides Shastri and Patel, fielding coach R Sridhar and Arun are also isolating in London.
England host India for the fifth and final Test at Old Trafford in Manchester. Here's all you need to know about the match.
Joe Root's Test team will begin their home summer with a three-match series against New Zealand, starting at Lord's on 2 June, before games at Trent Bridge and Headingley.
ICC T20 World Cup 2021: Will not be rushing Ben Stokes into England squad, says coach Chris Silverwood
All-rounder Stokes, currently on an indefinite leave of absence from cricket to prioritise his mental health and recover from a finger injury, is unlikely to make it to England's squad for the T20 World Cup.
England trail 2-1 after their 157-run defeat at the Oval ahead of Friday's decider at Old Trafford but head coach Chris Silverwood has made only minor alterations to his squad.
Shastri spoke about how one should take the positives from the Lord's Test where they were in a weaker position at the start of the fifth day before turning the tables.
Moeen's elevation comes after Jos Buttler was given a paternity break due to the impending arrival of his second child.
India vs England: Ollie Robinson credits James Anderson for helping him with wobble grip at Headingley
Robinson exploited the second new ball on the fourth morning en route splendid bowling figures of 26-6-65-5 as England drew level in the five match series with an innings and 76-run win.