Jason Roy given a suspended two-match ban

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In recent news, England batter Jason Roy has admitted himself to a charge which may be prejudicial or may bring him and the England Cricket Board disrepute.

The ECB has thus handed him a two-match ban and he will be suspended for 12 months.

ECB has not issued any official statement as to why Roy has been punished thus.

It all depends on how Roy will behave in the coming 12 months.

Additionally, Roy has to pay a fine of GBP 2,500 by the 31st of March.

Roy last played for England against the West Indies which was rather forgettable for them in January. Then he went on to participate in the PSL and played for Quetta Gladiators.

Roy has backed out of the IPL as well.

The Titans then found Rahmanullah Gurbaaz as a replacement for Roy.

Roy’s reason to not play the IPL was that he was experiencing bubble fatigue for the past three years.

He is now spending time with his family and has taken an indefinite break from cricket.

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