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England Assistant coach Paul Collingwood sub fielder against Australia warm-up match | Collingwood, Mark Wood and Jopra Archer injured on England's field after 8 years

Collingwood retired from international cricket in 2011
Four England players injured including captain Morgan and Rashid

Sports desk In the ICC World Cup third warm-up match, Australia defeated England by 12 runs. In this match English captain Ian Morgan and Adil Rashid did not play due to injury. During the match, Mark Wood and Joefra Archer were also injured and out of the ground. In this case, England's assistant coach Paul Collingwood had to land on the field for fielding. Collingwood, 43, retired from international cricket in 2011.

Test captain Joe Root also landed for fielding

Mark Wood was injured in his fourth over during bowling. His muscles had stretch. Jopra Archer landed for Fielding instead of Wood. He was rested in the match. Apart from Archer, Test captain Joe Root also landed for fielding. They were not playing in this match too.

Due to lack of players in the dugout, Collingwood landed for fielding. In his captaincy, he won the T20 World Cup in England in 2010. Callingwood scored 5,092 runs in 197 ODIs from 2001 to 2011. In the bowling, he also made 111 wickets in his name. He represented England in 68 Tests and 36 T20s.

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