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“Look out for his replacement already there is no tournament where he hasn’t left halfway through it” Twitterati reacts as Tymal Mills likely to replace Reece Topley in the England squad

Reece Topley injured his ankle in the practice game against Pakistan.

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Fans on Twitter reacted hilariously after  Tymal Mills is set to replace injured Reece Topley in England’s squad for the T20 World Cup 2022. The took a jibe at Mills and said that the governing body should look for his replacement as well as he is always injured.

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Tymal Mills set to replace Reece Topley in the England squad for T20 World Cup 2022

Ahead of England’s opening clash against Afghanistan in the T20 World Cup 2022, the Jos Buttler-led side has suffered a blow as left-arm pacer Reece Topley has been ruled out of the tournament.

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The fast bowler injured his ankle during the warmup game against Pakistan in Gabba and was deemed unfit to play. He will now head back home, where he will undergo surgery on his ankle.

In his place, England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is all set to draft Tymal Mills in the side. The left-arm pacer, who is among the traveling reserves, is likely to get a nod ahead of Richard Gleeson. Notably, he also was a part of the side during the last World Cup and performed reasonably well.

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Mills will be a good addition to the England side considering his experience in the Australian conditions. Also with his ability to bowl at death with long boundaries, he can be a potential threat to any team.

Fans on Twitter react as Tymal Mills replaces Reece Topley in the England side

As Tymal Mills is likely to replace Reece Topley on the side, fans on Twitter reacted hilariously. They took a jibe at him for his injury woes and said that ECB should name a replacement for him as well. Notably, Mills is an injury-prone player and has often been out due to the injury. Here are some of the reactions:

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