The star cricketer of England Ben Stokes was arrested after an incident in Bristol. The England and wales cricket board announced that Ben stokes won’t be available for England’s fourth one-day international match against West Indies on Wednesday.
26 years old, Test Vice Captain was arrested by Avon and Somerset police on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm at 2.35 am and spent the night in custody before being released under investigation without charge. He had been out after England’s 124-run win against West Indies on Sunday.
The England star cricketer Alex hales also won’t available for England’s fourth one day international match against West Indies on Wednesday as hales was with stokes, he(Alex) has returned to Bristol to help police.
“Ben Stokes and Alex Hales will not be available for tomorrow’s one-day International match against West Indies at The Oval,” ECB director of England cricket Andrew Strauss said while reading out a board statement to reporters at The Oval on Tuesday.
England ODI captain Eoin Morgan told BBC Sport: “It has been a little bit of a distraction. As a group we are strong at sticking together and working well as a team. It has the potential to affect the game but not letting that happen is something we will strive to do. Jason Roy will definitely come in and play and we will make a final call on the other decision in the morning. We will look to bring others up as cover as well.”
Sources : BBC,Hindustan Times, Guardian Sports.