England captain Eoin Morgan will omit the final two suits of the Twenty20 sequence in opposition to the West Indies thanks to a thigh ruin.
Morgan uncared for the third sport, which England lost, on Wednesday after feeling some worry within the heat-up.
The England and Wales Cricket Board stated tests had confirmed Morgan sustained a moral thigh muscle ruin which used to be “rather minor”.
England poke the sequence 2-1, with the final two video games on Saturday and Sunday.
Morgan scored 17 within the outlet match, by which his facet had been convincingly beaten after being bowled out for 103.
England then levelled the five-match sequence 1-1, with Morgan contributing 13 on the scheme to a one-hotfoot victory.
West Indies received the third sport after England did now not lumber down a total of 224.