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England leg-spinner Matt Parkinson has been ruled out of the one-day international series against Ireland with a sprained ankle. The 23-year-old Lancashire bowler suffered the injury during fielding practice on Monday. Parkinson will miss the three ODIs at the Ageas Bowl, the first of which is on 30 July. He made his international debut against South Africa in February, featuring at Cape Town and Durban. "Get well soon Parky," England Cricket tweeted on Tuesday, confirming the news.
It said: "In our view, Jon Heylings is technically not qualified to comment on Paraquat and Parkinson's Disease. He is certainly not aware of Syngenta's research on the issue, which was mostly conducted from 2008 onwards, after he left the company. We spent tens of millions of dollars investigating Paraquat and Parkinson's disease - and this figure doesn't include the monetary value of internal expert time."