Lancashire batsman has recovered from an injury to his left ankle
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Lancashire batsman Liam Livingstone has been passed fit and will travel with the rest of the touring party this week for England's two-Test tour of New Zealand.
Livingstone suffered an injury to his left ankle last month on England Lions duty training ahead of the final four-day match against West Indies A in Antigua.
The 24-year-old, uncapped at Test level, trained with England senior players Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad on grass pitches inside the marquee at Edgbaston yesterday and came through a rigourous net session without any concerns.
He is due to arrive, along with the other Test specialists, into Hamilton on 9 March to start preparations ahead of the first Test against the Black Caps at Auckland’s Eden Park starting on 22 March.
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