The 25-year-old Archer was dropped from the ODI series roster as of Tuesday due to a worsening elbow injury. He has also been banned from the early stages of the Indian Premier League, which begins April 9.
“It is disappointing for Jofra and for us to get to the bottom of the problem. We will make sure we have all possible resources around him and hopefully bring him to the field fit and well for England’s future.” he said at a virtual press conference.
“It’s not the same problem technically, is it? The most important thing here is that we sort it out and get him to the specialist. We have to make sure we make it clear to Jofra that he can have a long successful career in England.
“I’m pretty relaxed right now, but the most important thing for me right now is that Jofra sees the right people to get fully fit.”
Silverwood said he wants Archer to play in the T20 World Championship and the Ashes. “He’s a great artist and I want him there. I have full confidence in my medical team to give him the best treatment, to give him the best possible chance,” he said.
“You get into trouble, injuries are an integral part, you can get injuries at any point in time.”
England lost the four-test series 3-1 before going down 3-1 in the T20I series against India on Saturday. Silverwood said his team will try to turn the tables in the ODI leg and the experience of playing in Indian conditions will come in handy when they compete in the T20 World Cup later in the year.
“It won’t be any comfort to us (if England win the ODI series). But we are the world champions, we want to win the ODI series,” he said.
“The T20 World Cup is in India later this year. It’s important to have experience playing here in India.”
When asked about the T20I series defeat, Silverwood said, “I see the T20 series as a great experience for our players to be out here. Disappointed to lose of course, but it’s a tough place to win. India played very well. “
“But we will certainly be smarter, if we return here for the World Cup, the players would have experience with the wickets and conditions. Again, the experience of hitting and balling on those wickets. Disappointed to lose this series but excited.” in relation to what lies ahead. “
When asked if fewer players should be used during the T20I series, he said: “We were expecting the gates might turn, but the gates were solid and good, so we’ve made very few changes on our team . “
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