The 27-year-old Craig Kieswetter was left with vision problems after breaking his nose and damaging his cheekbone while batting in a County Championship match against Northamptonshire in July last year.
Craig Kieswetter, the 27-year-old wicketkeeper, suffered a broken nose, a damaged eye socket and cheekbone when a ball crept through the grille of his helmet while batting for Somerset against Northamptonshire in July.
Craig Kieswetter's cricket career could be over as a result of the eye injury he suffered in July last year.
Craig Kieswetter, who has played 46 times for the England one-day side, suffered a broken nose, a damaged eye socket and cheekbone when a ball crept through the grille of his helmet playing for his county Somerset against Northamptonshire last July.
Craig Kieswetter, who has represented England in 46 one-day internationals, sustained a fractured cheekbone and broken nose after a David Willey bouncer sneaked inside his helmet grill while batting on the opening day of Somerset's LV County Championship clash against Northamptonshire at Wantage Road on Saturday.
A run of low scores for Kieswetter, as well as some indifferent performances with the gloves, have seen the Somerset man leapfrogged by county colleague Jos Buttler and Yorkshire's Jonathan Bairstow in the revised squad announced on Thursday.
England bowler Tim Bresnan has undergone surgery on his elbow but is expected to be fit for the Test series against Pakistan in the new year, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) revealed on Thursday.