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England on wait and see if Stokes can bowl in Pakistan test

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England on wait and see if Stokes can bowl in Pakistan test

England on wait and see if Stokes can bowl in Pakistan test

The day before their first test against Pakistan, it remains unclear if England all-rounder Ben Stokes is fit to bowl.


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