BBC Online :
Ollie Robinson is fit to join the England squad for the Test with Ireland after a scan revealed no damage to his ankle.
The 29-year-old seamer suffered discomfort during Sussex’s drawn County Championship match against Glamorgan.
He was seen using crutches and wearing a protective boot on his left ankle.
A scan on Monday came back clear and he will join up with the England squad this weekend for the Test at Lord’s beginning on 1 June.
The soreness in Robinson’s ankle is a result of tendon irritation, which will be assessed by the England camp next week.
He will probably be rested for the Test against the Irish, with James Anderson also highly unlikely to feature after he suffered a minor groin injury while playing for Lancashire.