Three batsmen to watch out for England in the ODI series vs Ireland

World Champions England will be looking to produce their best cricket in the upcoming three-match one-day series against Ireland.

High-profile names like Ben Stokes, Joe Root, Jos Buttler, Jofra Archer and Mark Wood have been rested. The likes of David Willey, James Vince, Liam Dawson, Saqib Mehmood and Sam Billings have been named in the squad for Ireland series. Fringe players will be looking to make an impression in this one-day series.

Let’s take a look at the three English batsmen that will deliver big runs in the three-match one-day series vs Ireland.

Jason Roy

Swashbuckling opener has been a terrific performer for the side at the top of the innings. The 30-year old has consistently delivered big runs for the side in white-ball cricket. He certainly played a key role in helping England win their maiden World Cup trophy on home soil last year.

Since Jan 2019, Jason Roy has accumulated 898 runs in 14 innings at an average of 64.14 with three centuries and six half-centuries to his name. He will certainly be one player to watch out for England in this one-day series.

Jonny Bairstow

Yorkshire-born batsman has shown incredible consistency for England at the top of the innings. Given his noticeable struggles in red-ball cricket, Bairstow was dropped from the Test side. On the other hand, his white-ball stats have been impressive in the past couple of years.

Since Jan 2019, Bairstow has score 906 runs in 20 innings at an average of 45.30 with three centuries and four half-centuries to his name. After being overlooked for the Test series against West Indies, Bairstow will be determined to produce big scores for England in this one-day series.

Eoin Morgan

Skipper Eoin Morgan have certainly lead from the front with the bat in white-ball cricket. Left-hander has delivered impressive performances and set high standards with the bat in limited-overs cricket.

Since Jan 2019, Morgan has scored 811 runs in 20 innings at an average of 47.70 with two centuries and five half-centuries to his name. He will be looking to continue his rich vein of form with the bat in this three-match one-day series against Ireland.

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