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Cricket World Cup: England's Jason Roy to miss next two matches

BBC Local News Monday, 17 June 2019
Cricket World Cup: England's Jason Roy to miss next two matchesBBC Local News: Surrey -- Opener Jason Roy will miss England's next two World Cup matches, but captain Eoin Morgan could be fit for the game against Afghanistan on Tuesday.
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