England pacer Mark Wood is uncertain in the third Test against India

England pacer Mark Wood is uncertain in the third Test against India

He suffered a shoulder injury while fielding in the final session on the fourth day of the second Test of the series at Lord's. As a result, the England camp is worried about Wood. That is what England coach Chris Silverwood said.

"We'll talk to the medical team and we'll make a decision about Wood," Silverwood said. We can't put anyone in danger, we can't force him. It is our responsibility to take care of her.

He added that he tried to bowl at 90 miles per hour with shoulder pain for the team. It proves how responsible he is to the team. How eager he is to play for England and how passionate he is about cricket. It was a great effort. I am proud of what he has done.

England started the series against India without Joffra Archer, Chris Oakes and Ben Stokes. Stuart Broad was injured in the first Test. Wood got a chance in the XI instead of Broad. Wood took 2 wickets in the first innings and 3 wickets in the second innings of Lord's Test.

The first Test of the five-match series between England and India was drawn. India won the second Test by a huge margin of 151 runs. As a result, India is leading the series 1-0. The third Test of the series will start on August 25 in Leeds.