England seamers not feeling the pressure despite lacklustre start to series – Chris Jordan

Chris Jordan has insisted that England’s fast bowlers do not feel as though they are playing for their places in their series in South Africa.

Jofra Archer is missing from the T20I leg of this tour due to an elbow injury, while Pat Brown, the death specialist who debuted against New Zealand in November, would have joined up with this squad but for a back injury.

But despite two death-bowling specialists lurking on the sidelines, Jordan does not feel that he, Tom Curran and Mark Wood are competing against one another in South Africa.

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“One of the hallmarks of this team is that whoever is playing at the time is trying to keep their standards as high as possible,” Jordan said.

“I don’t think that the environment has been created in such a way to feel that pressure for a playing spot. You have that in any team any way but I don’t…

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