Britain skipper Joe Root has affirmed that Chris Woakes will come back to the side set up of Toby Roland-Jones for the second Test against Windies at Headingley starting on Friday (August 25). Woakes, who endured a side strain in England's opening Champions Trophy game against Bangladesh in June, missed the triumph at Edgbaston a week ago as England's administration needed him to have all the more knocking down some pins added to his repertoire after as of late coming back to full wellness. Since he has had that, the Warwickshire all-rounder will have his spot in the side at Headingley to the detriment of the unfortunate Roland-Jones who has taken 14 wickets in his three Test matches to date. "Toby tragically passes up a great opportunity," Root, who will assume responsibility of his initially Test at his home ground, disclosed to Sky Sports on Thursday (August 24). "He's not done a ton wrong - he's accepted his open doors, played some incredible cricket and I see him being a gigantic piece of our future, however it's an extraordinary possibility for Chris to return and demonstrate his class as he did a year ago." The one who wants Free Cricket Betting Tips  may visit here. Woakes set up himself in England's Test team in 2016, playing 12 matches taking all things together. He arrived at the midpoint of more than 30 with the bat and took 41 wickets at 25.41 which included two five-wicket pulls in the arrangement against Pakistan the previous summer. Britain's administration are quick to get Woakes some game time before the winter's Ashes however Roland-Jones additionally remains some portion of their winter designs. There is no place at Headingley for Hampshire legspinner Mason Crane in spite of the fact that he may come in to conflict for the last Test at Lord's.

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