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Don’t expect miracles from me, says Archer

DNMUM441093 | 8/13/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :341

Mumbai: Jofra Archer, with his magic wand, is going to inspire England. Jofra Archer, with his lethal pace, is going to blow Australia away, including Steve Smith. Jofra Archer, with his X-factor, is going to turn things around for the hosts in this Ashes series.
These are some of the perceptions being built around Archer’s inclusion in the England team for the second Test against the Aussies at The Lord’s starting on Wednesday.
But the Barbados-born pacer, who will hope to make his Test debut come Wednesday, is himself trying to lower the expectations that he is the man that will spark England’s revival.
“What I would say is don’t expect any miracles, firstly!” Archer said in London on Sunday.
“Hopefully, I’m going to make
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