3rd Test: Ben Stokes To Undergo Scans on Injured Right Shoulder

Updated: 01 November 2015 21:01 IST

Ben Stokes attempted a very difficult catch off Sarfraz Ahmed and he landed awkwardly on his right shoulder on the first day of the third Test in Sharjah.

3rd Test: Ben Stokes To Undergo Scans on Injured Right Shoulder
Ben Stokes, who is suspected of having dislocated his shoulder, will have scans on his shoulder on Monday © AFP

Sharjah:

England allrounder Ben Stokes will only know whether he can take any further part in the third and final Test against Pakistan in Sharjah after scans on Monday on a suspected dislocated shoulder. (James Anderson Helps England Dominate Pakistan)

Stokes, 24, fell on his shoulder while trying to take a difficult catch off Pakistani batsman Sarfraz Ahmed in the last session of the opening day at Sharjah stadium on Sunday, and walked off the field in great discomfort. (SCORECARD)

England team physiotherapist Craig de Weymarn inspected the injury before escorting the allrounder off the field.

England and Wales Cricket Board spokesperson confirmed Stokes will have a scan on his right shoulder on Monday.

Stokes is not part of the England one-day squad for the four-match series against Pakistan which follows the Tests and it will remain to be seen whether he can recover in time for the tour of South Africa next month.

England had an otherwise good day, as they dismissed Pakistan for a low total of 234 before surviving two overs to score four without loss.

Pakistan lead the three-match series 1-0 after winning the second Test in Dubai and drawing the first in Abu Dhabi.

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