Jofra Archer was troubled by problems with his right elbow during the recent Test tour of South Africa, which England won 3-1.
He missed the second and third Tests as a result and was then ruled out of the fourth on match-day morning .
where he suffered a recurrence of pain in the area while bowling during the warm-up.
He was withdrawn from the T20 squad due to play three fixtures in South Africa next week and returned to England for scans.
which the ECB said on Thursday had “confirmed that Archer has suffered a low-grade stress fracture”
England travel to Sri Lanka to play two Tests next month and it is not just his national team
who are set to feel the impact of Jofra Archer’s absence. Rajasthan Royals, with whom Jofra Archer was due to be reunited for the IPL beginning
In late March, made a brief statement on Twitter, saying they were still optimistic about Archer returning this season.
Despite never having played in Indian conditions before his IPL debut, Archer made use of his height
Jofra Archer variations to dominate batsmen during the Powerplay and at the death. Last IPL, his economy rate of 4.75 in the Powerplay
He was the second-best in the tournament among bowlers to send down at least 30 deliveries in the Powerplay.
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