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World Cup 2019: England pacer Mark Wood doubtful for West Indies tie

Mid-Day Friday, 14 June 2019
*Southampton:* England fast bowler Mark Wood could miss the World Cup match against the West Indies in Southampton on Friday following a recurrence of his longstanding ankle problems. Wood suffered discomfort in his left ankle after England's win over Bangladesh in Cardiff on Saturday, when the Durham quick recorded the fastest...
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