Sport Curran replaces injured Finn

23:46  07 november  2017
23:46  07 november  2017 Source:   Sky Sports

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Uncapped: Surrey's Tom Curran has been called up following Steven Finn 's injury AFP/Getty Images. Uncapped Surrey seamer Tom Curran has been added to England's Ashes squad after Steven Finn was ruled out of the tour.

Surrey pace bowler Tom Curran has been called up to replace the injured Steven Finn in England's squad for the Ashes, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Tuesday. The 22-year-old is uncapped at Test level

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Surrey bowler Tom Curran has been called up to England's Ashes squad to replace the injured Steven Finn. 

The 22-year-old made his international debut against South Africa earlier this summer in a T20 international at Taunton, taking three wickets.

Curran subsequently won his first ODI cap against West Indies in England's final Royal London ODI of the summer at The Ageas Bowl.

Curran, who has also featured for England Lions and was recently awarded a new contract by Surrey, will fly out on Wednesday to join the rest of the tour party in Adelaide.

Finn has been ruled out for the remainder of England's Ashes tour after scans revealed that he has a torn left knee cartilage.

The Middlesex seamer sustained the injury during practice last week in Perth and will return to the UK in the next 48 hours where he will meet a knee specialist to ascertain whether he will have an operation.

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