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ODI World Cup 2023: Brydon Carse has replaced the injured Reece Topley in England’s squad for the remainder of the 2023 World Cup. Carse has played 15 international matches for England so far. It includes 12 ODIs and three T20 matches. He has taken 14 wickets in 11 matches. He has taken four wickets in three T20 International matches.

Carrs plays for Durham in domestic cricket:
Kars’ full name is Braydon Alexander Kars. He was born on 31 July 1995 in Cape Town, South Africa. He started his cricket career with the England cricket team. He plays for Durham County Cricket Club in domestic cricket. Kars is primarily a right-arm fast bowler. He also bats with his right hand.

Kars’ father was also a cricketer:

Carse’s father James Alexander Carse was also a cricketer. He plays for Northamptonshire in domestic cricket. Brydon Carse is adept at bowling 90 mph (145 km/h) consistently during a match.

Topley is out due to injury.
Reece Topley was injured during the match against South Africa. In fact, the 29-year-old fast bowler was injured while fielding. He injured his finger while catching the ball in the follow-through. According to the information received, he has a minor crack in his finger, but he is not in a position to play for a few days.

England’s position in the points table:
After 22 matches of the World Cup 2023, the condition of the England team is not very good. The 2019 winners are ninth on the points table with two points (-1.248) after one win and three losses in their four matches.