Liam Livingstone to return home from England Lions tour
Lancashire batsman injured left ankle in training and will miss final four-day match against West Indies A.
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Liam Livingstone has been ruled out of England Lions’ third “Test” against West Indies A which starts in Antigua on Monday after suffering an injury to his left ankle in training.
The Lancashire captain, who had already been withdrawn from the one-day series against West Indies A which follows the Tests because of his inclusion in the England squad for their two-Test series in New Zealand, will now return home for assessment and treatment.
At this stage the injury is not thought to be serious, and a decision on his fitness to tour New Zealand with England will be made in due course.
The Lions are 2-0 down in the three-match series after two defeats in Jamaica. The series concludes with a day-night match played with pink Dukes balls, at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.
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