Jonny Bairstow withdraws from the 100 to rest before the South Africa Series
So Jonny Bairstow was anticipated to represent the Cardiff team Welsh Fire in the Hundred’s second season.
In order to be prepared for England’s upcoming home three-match Test series against South Africa. Bairstow dropped out of the controversial Hundred race. Jonny Bairstow was therefore added to the England lineup on Tuesday in preparation for the first two Test matches of a series, which get underway at Lord’s on August 17. England and South Africa return to London for the third Test after playing at Old Trafford in Manchester. , which begins on September 8. Even for multi-format players like Bairstow, England’s post-season tour schedule is jam-packed with games in Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand, and Bangladesh. This is in addition to the Twenty20 World Cup.
Jonny Bairstow, 32, was slated to play for Cardiff team Welsh Fire in the second season of the Hundred, the emerging 100 balls per side English domestic cricket competition, which was set to start on Wednesday in Southampton.
Jonny Bairstow voiced his regret about missing out on this year’s The Hundred.
“I must take a break before the South Africa Test series,” I declared. Although I enjoyed it last year, the current calendar has caused me to have a busy few months.
You stated, “I’ll be cheering for the Welsh Firemen and women.”
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