IMAGE: Chris Woakes last played in an ODI against Australia in September last year. Photograph: Ross Setford/Reuters England all-rounder Chris Woakes has left the Test tour of India without playing a match as part of the ECB's rotation policy. The-31-year-old, who was with the England squads for the tours of South Africa, Sri Lanka and India, has not featured in any match. He last played in an ODI against Australia in September last year. The England and Wales Cricket Board confirmed that Woakes has returned home as per pre-arranged plan. Woakes, who is set to return to India for the ODI leg next month, was particularly unlucky in Sri Lanka, where he was not picked for being in close contact of team mate Moeen Ali, who tested positive for COVID-19. England paid the price for fielding a pace-heavy attack on a spinners' paradise in the third test and coach Chris Silverwood said off-spinner Dom Bess, who missed the last two tests, would be considered for the final ... » Learn More about England’s Woakes flies back home without playing a match!
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For Quick Alerts Subscribe Now Congress collapsing across India due to dynasty, says Amit Shah View Sample For Quick Alerts ALLOW NOTIFICATIONS For Daily Alerts #Rahul Gandhi 'Disparity' in wealth distribution stronger in BJP rule: Rahul Gandhi #Rahul Gandhi Congress leader Rahul Gandhi slams PM Modi over Sino-India standoff #Rahul Gandhi Vijayan slams Rahul over tractor rally, says Cong's policies responsible for farm sector crisis #Rahul Gandhi Fisherfolk need independent ministry, not just a department: Rahul after PM Modi jibe #Rahul Gandhi 'Hum do humare do': Rahul takes dig at renaming of Gujarat stadium, name of 2 ends after corporates #Rahul Gandhi Rahul interacts with fishermen in Kerala; ventures into sea Just In 2 min ago Shiv Sena's Sanjay Rathod resigns as Maharashtra minister after being linked to woman's death 11 min ago ... » Learn More about Rahul Gandhi dubs PM Modi a ”formidable enemy,” vows to defeat him
Cong leader says his party will follow path of love, non-violence to send NaMo into political oblivion Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday described Prime Minister Narendra Modi a “formidable enemy” who “crushed” his opponents and vowed to send him to political oblivion by following the path of love and non-violence. During an interaction titled ‘Educators Meet’ at the St Xavier College here, Gandhi, touring southern Tamil Nadu for the second day as part of his second leg of campaign for the April 6 assembly polls, also said he counted on the people’s support to defeat the BJP. power which seemed ‘Utopian’, he said it could be done with the ‘powerful’ and ‘valuable’ support of the people. It was important to dream big, though some of it may not come true, he said in an obvious reference to snatching the reins of power from the BJP at the Centre. Continuing, he said, “Yes we are fighting a formidable enemy (Modi). We are fighting an enemy that is ... » Learn More about Rahul dubs Modi a ‘formidable enemy’, vows to defeat him