Kyle Jamieson ruled out of the England’s Test series due to injury

Kyle Jamieson won’t play in the upcoming Test series between England and New Zealand.

New Zealand fast bowler Kyle Jamieson has been ruled out of the upcoming Test series against England due to a back-stress fracture. The young pacer, who has become an integral part of the Black Caps’ bowling attack, suffered the injury during the recent Twenty20 series against Australia. As a result, he will miss the two-match Test series against England, which begins on March 4th.

This is a significant blow for New Zealand, as Jamieson has been in outstanding form in Test cricket since making his debut last year. In just six matches, he has taken 36 wickets at an average of 13.27, including two five-wicket hauls and a 10-wicket match haul. Jacob Duffy has been signed as replacement in the squad.


While Jamieson’s injury is undoubtedly a setback, New Zealand has enough quality in their ranks to still pose a significant threat to England. The series promises to be an exciting contest between two high-quality sides, and fans will be eagerly anticipating the action when the first Test gets underway in just a few days’ time.