Moeen Ali’s spinning finger may have recovered enough for him to participate fully in the third Ashes Test, which begins on Thursday, at Headingley.

Moeen Ali’s Participate fully in the third Ashes Test:

The first Test at Edgbaston was Moeen’s first red-ball appearance in 21 months when England sent him an SOS call due to Jack Leach’s lower-back stress fracture. During the first Test, he split the skin on the top knuckle of his spinning finger. He had a 3 for 204 in 47 overs return rate.

Ben Stokes acknowledged:

Ben Stokes acknowledged that the green pitch at Lord’s, a ground that rarely favours spinners, was a factor in his exclusion from the second Test, but he added: If Mo hadn’t had the finger problem he did last week, the topic would have been very different.

Moeen bowled on a practice strip on the edge of the square on each of the first three days of the Test, under the watchful eye of England’s spin-bowling coach Jeetan Patel, along with Rehan Ahmed, who was brought to the squad for the second Test as cover. He has never bowled better, according to Patel.

We’ve done our best to take care of it. It appears to be in excellent condition and has healed exceptionally well.

The red Dukes ball has a prouder seam than the white Kookaburra used in limited-overs cricket, which contributed to Moeen’s injury, along with the sudden increase in his workload. It was always a risk to put Mo in because he hadn’t recently bowled 30 overs in a day, according to Patel.

“But even though he and we both knew that, he still answered yes when we asked. Is it possible to take care of your fingers? Simply bowl. Regular bowling is probably the only way to do this. He only bowls four overs every game, so he’s probably not used to it, and it’s been two years since he last bowled with a Dukes team.

Olly Stone, another England bowler:

Olly Stone, another England bowler, left the pitch after three balls on Friday night while making his comeback from an injury. He should be alright for our final game on Sunday, according to Shaheen Shah Afridi, a teammate from Nottinghamshire.

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