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Jofra Archer will look to treat England’s next match against West Indies

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09 Jun 2019 13:43 #372210 by chairman
Jofra Archer will look to treat England’s next match against West Indies like any other, even if it represents his first encounter with the team he might have turned out for in another life.

Barbados-born but now central to England’s World Cup campaign after qualifying for selection via his British passport and residency, Archer’s desire to remove any emotional significance from the game in Southampton on Friday is understandable.

But with five Bajans in the opposing squad – Jason Holder, Shai Hope, Carlos Brathwaite, Ashley Nurse and Kemar Roach – and former West Indies Under‑19s teammates in Shimron Hetmyer and Nicholas Pooran, familiarity does at least offer insight.

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09 Jun 2019 13:44 #372211 by chairman
Archer, who will have family at the ground on Friday, certainly has his tail up again. Against Bangladesh he averaged 90.6mph in his opening spell, bowled a miserly, awkward line throughout and, in doing so, shrugged off a leaky showing in the defeat by Pakistan at Trent Bridge.

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09 Jun 2019 13:45 #372212 by chairman
Archer previously played for West Indies Under-19s

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