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 Errol Alcott - “From the x-rays, there doesn't seem to be any major (fracture) but we are waiting for a full report on that. Every ankle injury is different but I think we are faced with a (serious) tear of the lateral ligament and there is associated bone bruising.”
 Errol Alcott - “Although Ricky was unhampered by his injury in batting and fielding sessions, we consider it more prudent to rest him.”
 Errol Alcott - “He will undergo intensive treatment and will be reassessed late next week.”
 Errol Alcott - “It's nothing we're too unhappy about. Basically, the joint is irritated. We'd like more time of course but we're confident he's responding to treatment. He'll have more treatment today and we'll reassess him.”
 Errol Alcott - “He has been put on an intravenous drip giving him antibiotics. He is comfortable and will be kept in overnight. The doctors are confident he is going to respond but he won't travel to Manchester with the team tomorrow.”
 Errol Alcott - “It's very encouraging because he's not feeling much pain at all in everyday activities, which he did before. But it's very hard to imitate match stresses. You certainly can't do it clinically and even in the nets it's difficult. Unless you can put them into first-class cricket to play a game, it's very hard to know.”
 Errol Alcott - “During the two-day game at Northampton, in the 11th over of the game, he bowled a bouncer and felt some sharp pain in his right elbow and got the usual joint symptoms of weakness and dysfunction with it, and it's gone on from there.”
 Errol Alcott - “At the moment it's very encouraging, he's not feeling very much (pain) at all in his everyday activities which he did before.”
 Errol Alcott - “We're certainly aiming for that but it's hard to crystal-ball it. At the moment it's very encouraging because he's not feeling much pain at all in everyday activities, which he did before.”
 Errol Alcott - “I checked him out on Monday morning and he was concerned about his knee.”
 Errol Alcott - “The aim is to get rid of his pain, get rid of the swelling, make it a functional joint and, if he's not feeling anything, he's fine.”
 Errol Alcott - “We'd like more time of course but we're confident he's responding to treatment and he'll have more treatment today. We'd like to make a decision today but may wait until tomorrow.”
 Errol Alcott - “He will continue to receive treatment and will be monitored over the next couple of days and a decision regarding his availability for Sunday will be made in due course.”
 Errol Alcott - “The calf is torn, which is a genuine concern considering it is his setup and landing leg. We'll treat him and assess his progress over the course of the next 24 hours.”
 Errol Alcott - “That's always an area of concern. It's one thing starting a player with a problem and then it's always what can happen during a Test match. We don't want that situation to arise if we can avoid it. We'd like more time, of course, but we're confident he is responding to treatment.”
 Errol Alcott - “Simon will undergo treatment and we'll review the situation ahead of Sunday's game (against Sri Lanka) in Sydney.”
 Errol Alcott - “Simon sustained a low-grade groin injury. He'll have a diagnostic scan to find out the extent of his injury. Simon will undergo treatment and we'll review his situation ahead of Sunday's game in Sydney.”
 Errol Alcott - “Simon will undergo treatment and we'll review the situation ahead of Sunday's game in Sydney.”