While Jofra Archer is expected be monitored, Adil Rashid has reportedly complained of soreness in his right shoulder. @AFP

England, who were one of the pre-tournament frontrunners to make it to the semifinals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, have put themselves under pressure after suffering their second consecutive and third overall defeat on Tuesday at the Lord s Cricket Ground against Australia.

While the Eoin Morgan-led side can still make it to the semifinals, it won t be an easy task as they take on India and New Zealand in their last two league stage matches. While England will be keen to up their on-field performance, they are left to deal with the injury concerns.

According to a Cricbuzz report, legspinner Adil Rashid has reported some soreness in his right shoulder. Rashid had complained of the same a week before England announced their World Cup squad.

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He, though, is expected to play against India on Sunday at the Edgbaston and will be assessed in the next few days.

However, that s not the only injury concern that England are facing. Ben Stokes, who top scored with 89 runs against Australia on Tuesday, needed some on-field medical treatment after sustaining tight calves. Fortunately for England, the ace allrounder is declared fit for the India game.

Jofra Archer too underwent a late fitness test on Tuesday ahead of the Australia match. While he played against Finch and Co and returned with the figures of 1/56, he will be monitored.

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Amidst all this though, England will be hoping that Jason Roy, who missed three games after suffering hamstring tear, started to train. Roy will be crucial for England as his replacement James Vince has struggled to score big.