Quick bowler Chris Woakes trusts England have capable players to help their batting line-up. He, notwithstanding, figured that selectors would need to make an extreme call to name the last squad on May 23 for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019, start May 30.
“Somebody, shockingly, will pass up a great opportunity, yet we don’t sit in the changing area discussing, ‘is it going to be me?’, ‘is it going to be you?’ I think everybody realizes it is there and it is making a decent focused edge to the group, yet we don’t discuss who is going to pass up a major opportunity and who will be chosen,” ICC cited Woakes, as saying.
Britain named its primer World Cup squad on April 17. The 30-year-old, who has been named in the 15-man squad, has included in England’s ODI side consistently. He has 121 wickets in 87 ODIs added to his repertoire.
At the point when gotten some information about his place in the World Cup squad, Woakes stated, “Safe is presumably not the word, however you generally feel like you have to put in exhibitions, and I am satisfied I figured out how to put in a decent presentation (coming back with 4/67 against Pakistan in third ODI on May 14). You trust you are sheltered, however I assume until that squad’s chosen, you’re most certainly not. Ideally, I am, yet we’ll see.”
“The batsmen have clearly set the benchmark in the course of the most recent couple of years, there has dependably been challenge for spots – more so perhaps than the bowling – and this, I assume, has done likewise for the bowlers. It is in every case great to have rivalry; at the universal dimension, that is continually going to be the situation,” he included.
Britain are at present playing a five-coordinate ODI arrangement against Pakistan. The groups will play the rest of the matches on May 17 and 19.
Britain will at that point play two warm-ups against Australia and Afghanistan on May 25 and 27, individually, in the last dress practice for the World Cup before opening its crusade against South Africa on May 30 at The Oval.