England’s left arm spin bowler Jack Leach may remain out of the team this summer due to health reasons. Jack Leach takes immunosuppressant medication. This medicine is mainly for those who have low immunity to the body. In this way, Jack Leach can very quickly transition to any type of Varayas because his immune system is weak. In such a situation, the management may decide to keep him out of the team during this period of corona epidemic.
Jack Leach has been suffering from a disease called Crohn since childhood. Crohn’s is basically an inflammatory disease that occurs in the digestive system. This can be extremely painful. The disease is quite rare and untreated. The body’s resistance to this disease decreases. In such a situation, it can be very risky to land Jack Leach in this era of Corona virus.
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England cricket can play Test matches with West Indies and Pakistan in July. However, all the security measures will be kept in mind for this.
Earlier, the Government of England had issued a guideline that all those people living in their homes suffer from any kind of disease. Such people are prohibited from leaving home before June so that they can avoid the risk of corona.
However, in terms of Jack Leach, it is unclear how much corona virus risk is on his disease.
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Jack Leach was making his place in England cricket as an established spinner. In Test cricket, Leach has shown a great deal in his bowling as well as batting when he shared a match-winning match with Ben Stokes for the last wicket in the 2019 Ashes series.
Let us tell you that due to Corona virus epidemic England all kinds of sporting events have been postponed till July. Earlier the team went on a tour of Sri Lanka for a two-Test series but returned to their country without playing.
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