Jack Leach hospitalised with gastroenteritis
Leach recorded figures of 2-153 in England's innings defeat in the first Test at Bay Oval last week.
England spinner Jack Leach has been hospitalised with a bout of gastroenteritis during the second day of the Test against New Zealand in Hamilton.
Leach was left out of the playing XI but began to feel unwell at the end of the first session of play on Saturday (November 30). England's medical staff decided to take Leach to hospital and it is expected that he will remain there overnight.
"It's quite worrying news but we've got great medical staff to look after him," said England bowler Stuart Broad.
Leach recorded figures of 2-153 in England's innings defeat in the first Test at Bay Oval last week. He was left out of the second Test in favour of Chris Woakes as the tourists selected an all-out pace attack at Seddon Park.
Dom Sibley made his Test debut in the recent tour of New Zealand
Dom Sibley and Zak Crawley, England's latest Test debutants, have been picked in the England Lions four-day squad for the next year's tour of Australia while the one-day party includes four players from One-Day Cup champions Somerset - captain Tom Abell, Lewis Gregory, Craig Overton and Dom Bess.
The Lions are scheduled to play five 50-over fixtures - two against New South Wales XI and one against Cricket Australia XI - and three four-day games against Australia A, a Cricket Australia XI
England Lions four-day squad: Dom Bess, James Bracey, Zak Crawley, Richard Gleeson, Lewis Gregory, Sam Hain, Keaton Jennings, Dan Lawrence, Saqib Mahmood, Sam Northeast, Craig Overton, Ollie Robinson, Ollie Robinson, Dominic Sibley, Amar Virdi
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