England’s young cricket star, Harry Brook, is unlikely to feature in the upcoming four-match ODI series against New Zealand. However, he is set to increase his caps tally when England faces Ireland later in September.
Brook, who made his international debut in 2019, has been impressive with his performances in domestic cricket. The Yorkshire batsman has been a regular for England Lions, the national team’s development side, and has shown great potential.
Although Brook will miss out on the New Zealand series, he is expected to be included in the squad for the matches against Ireland. This will provide him with an opportunity to gain more experience and add to his international appearances.
The 22-year-old has been a consistent performer for Yorkshire in county cricket, amassing runs at an impressive average. His ability to score runs quickly and adapt to different formats of the game has caught the attention of selectors.
Brook’s exclusion from the New Zealand series might disappoint some fans who were eager to see him in action against a strong opponent. However, the decision to give him a chance against Ireland indicates that the management sees him as a player with great potential for the future.
England’s ODI squad for the New Zealand series is expected to be announced soon, and it will be interesting to see which players make the cut. With the T20 World Cup approaching, the selectors will have their eyes on picking a balanced squad that can compete at the highest level.
As for Brook, he will continue to work hard and showcase his skills in domestic cricket, hoping to earn a place in the national team for future assignments. His journey as a cricketer has just begun, and there are high hopes for him to become a key figure in English cricket in the years to come.