Tom Curran ruled out of England's white-ball matches against India
By Rory O'Callaghan
Last Updated: 03/07/18 4:54pm
England bowler Tom Curran has been ruled out of the T20 and One-Day International series against India with a left side strain.
Curran will miss the three-match T20 series, which gets underway on Tuesday at Old Trafford - live on Sky Sports Cricket - as well as the three-match ODI series which starts on July 12.
Dawid Malan was called into the T20 squad on Sunday as cover, while Sam Curran will replace his brother in the ODI squad.
Curran will continue his rehabilitation at the Kia Oval under the supervision of Surrey and England's medical teams.
India, meanwhile, will be without bowler Jasprit Bumrah for the three T20 matches after the seamer injured his left thumb in the win over Ireland at Malahide on Wednesday.
Bumrah, who has been replaced in the T20 squad by Deepak Chahar, is expected to be fit for the three ODIs, which will take place at Trent Bridge (July 12), Lord's (July 14) and Headingley (July 17).
Watch England take on India in three T20s, three ODIs and five Tests - with every ball live on Sky Sports Cricket.
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