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Jason Roy: Following England’s World Cup exit, 3 reasons why his career may be over

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) made an exciting announcement about their imposing 15-player roster for the Cricket World Cup in 2023. The highly anticipated rematch between England and New Zealand, the winners of the previous tournament, will start off the cricket spectacle on October 5 at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium. Get ready for a titanic battle on cricket’s biggest stage!

In a risky choice, the selectors in the provisional team unveiled in August preferred the emerging talent of Harry Brook above the seasoned Jason Roy. Roy, who played a key role in England’s victory in 2019, is now facing his second absence from an England World Cup team in a year, which might indicate the end of his international career.

Roy and his England performances

  1. Underwhelming Returns: 

From 2015 to 2019, Jason Roy’s ability to annihilate bowling assaults made him a crucial member of the English cricket team. His performance has declined since the 2019 World Cup, though. Since then, in 32 games, he has only amassed three half-centuries and as many hundreds, a sharp contrast to his prior match-winning performances.

Even while he occasionally displays glimpses of brilliance, his cricket record is marred by the sobering figure of 11 single-digit scores. His difficulties are made worse by recent below-par results in domestic leagues like the Men’s Hundred. Despite remarkable performances in England colors, the consistency required to win selectors over looks difficult, potentially hurting his chances for the future.

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2. A central contract was recently denied

Roy made the audacious decision to leave his contract with the England Cricket Board in May to play with the Los Angeles Knight Riders in Major League Cricket’s inaugural season. As one of the first contemporary England players to embrace this change in the game of cricket, he paved the way.

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Roy continued to be a contender for the national team as the World Cup drew near. Central contracts after the competition could change players’ preferences for teams, which would be a game-changing development.

3. The impressive white-ball talent in England

The current statement by Dawid Malan is accurate. The success of England in white-ball cricket can be attributed to the skill pool’s size, which gave the selectors a wide range of options. The rivalry for the comeback of Jason Roy is fierce since post-World Cup plans prioritize investing in new talent. The current England team presents a stiff barrier to entry.

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