Despite terminating his contract with England, Jason Roy is still looking toward the World Cup: on 26 May in London Jason Roy, the opening batsman for England still desires to compete for his nation at the upcoming Cricket World Cup in India despite having broken his contract with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
Roy announced on Thursday that he has forfeited the remaining months of his contract with the ECB after deciding to join a brand-new white-ball league in the US.
He has nonetheless stated that he has not given up hope of playing for England and that he is still available for selection for the international team.
Roy can now keep an eye on getting a berth in the England team for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, which will be contested in India in October and November of this year, according to the arrangement with the ECB.
Roy stated in a statement, “I expect to play for England for many more years; that is my priority.
“Since there are now no schedule issues with England, I wanted to take the chance to compete in this competition as a single format player without a central contract.
Four of the six MLC franchises include investors that own IPL teams, while Cricket Victoria and Cricket New South Wales have holdings in the other two. The MLC is scheduled to take place from July 13 to July 30 at Grand Prairie Stadium in Texas.
The T20 Blast semifinals and finals take place on July 15, and there are two rounds of County Championship games between Finals Day and the start of the Hundred on August 1. This causes a little conflict between the league’s initial season and the English summer.
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