WestIndies Player Jofra Archer to play WC from England team

WestIndies Player Jofra Archer to play WC from England team

WestIndies Player Jofra Archer to play WC from England team

Jofra Archer can become part of England team in next World Cup and Ashes series next year. Archer can get this chance after the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) make changes in the rules of his ability to play in his team. The ECB has made changes in its residential rule in the meeting.

To play in England’s national team first, the player had to travel to England for seven years, which the Board has reduced to three years. Archer came to England in 2015 and since then he is playing county county of Sussex. The 23-year-old Archer is basically from Barbados of the West Indies. He also played under-19 World Cup for the West Indies.

The ECB has said in a press release that it has made changes in the rules for the players who came from outside the country. This change will take effect from January 1, 2019. Responding to this, Archer wrote that it may or may not be, but I would be happy to make my debut in front of my family members. Archer was seen playing for Rajasthan Royals this year in the Indian Premier League (IPL).