England reached an all-time high in white-ball cricket by winning 2019 ICC World Cup played on home soil. Since winning their maiden World Cup in England, Eoin Morgan-led unit will be looking to continue their success in this T20 World Cup.
England have managed to win their only T20 World Cup in the Caribbean in 2010. For the T20 World Cup in Australia, England have a lot of options in the batting and bowling department. In 2016 T20 World Cup, England fell agonizingly short of winning their second title. Eoin Morgan and co. will be looking to stamp their authority and dominate the proceedings in this year’s T20 World Cup.
Let’s look at the three players who can help England win their second T20 World Cup in Australia
England Captain Eoin Morgan has been an instrumental figure in the batting department in the past four years.. Eoin Morgan has been a consistent performer with bat in the T20 format. He has the ability to change the complexion of the game in a space of few overs.
Morgan has been a proven match-winner with the bat in the T20 format. Recently, he produced remarkable consistency to help England win a T20I series in South Africa. Since May 2016, Eoin Morgan has been leading run-scorer in the T20 format. Left-hander has accumulated 739 runs in 27 T20I matches at an average of 36.95 with a strike rate of 149.29. He has also notched up five half-centuries during this period.
Jos Buttler is the most dangerous player in the back end of the innings in white-ball cricket.. He has the ability to destroy bowling attacks at the back end of the innings of a game. Buttler has produced mesmerizing performances for England in T20 cricket and will be keen to do more of the same in this 2020 T20 World Cup.
In his short career, Buttler has played spectacular knocks for England in the T20 format. Since May 2016, Buttler scored 495 runs in 21 T20I matches at an average of 27.50 with four half- centuries to his name.
The team management will be hoping that Buttler can deliver his A-game to the table in this year’s T20 World Cup.
The 31-year old will be looking to make an impact with the ball for England in this year’s T20 World Cup.He has been a consistent performer with the ball in the T20 format.
As a T20I specialist, Jordan has a lot of experience of playing in different T20 Leagues around the world. Since the last T20 World Cup, Jordan has topped the bowling charts for the side. He has claimed 40 wickets in 29 T20I matches at an average of 22.30 with an economy rate of 8.70.