England’s cricket team has gained huge boost ahead of this year’s ODI World Cup in India. England’s cricket team gained a lot of strength ahead of this year’s ODI World Cup in India. Former England head coach Paul Fabreys said star pacer Jofra Archer is on track to return from a long injury hiatus and is likely to play in the World Cup, according to an ICC report. Archer was a decisive factor in England’s victory in the 2029 World Cup when they beat New Zealand in the title clash. Archer won 20 wickets and was one of the main wickets makers.
But Archer is suffering from injuries. The 28-year-old pacer competed on the white ball tour of South Africa and Bangladesh in early 2023, but missed the ongoing Ashes series against Australia in May due to a back injury. 카지노사이트
“He’s doing well,” Fabrice told BBC Radio 5 Live, according to ICC reports. “I think he’s heading for the World Cup. Fantastic news.” Fabrice coaches Archer at county side Sussex.
But Fabrice also said cautiously. “He’s doing great,” Fabrice said. “I think England will have to find a way to do their best in him over the next few years if he is going to make it to the next Ashes series (in 2025).”
Meanwhile, former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum believes the international board, which thinks players will reject lucrative offers from the T20 league to play for their country, will be “completely naive.” McCullum, the current head coach of England’s Test team, believes the cricket landscape is changing rapidly and it’s not long before multiple players choose a lucrative T20 league over a central contract. His comments come amid reports that IPL teams are in talks with a number of English cricketers, including Jofra Archer, to sign an annual contract.
“After all, the game is going in a different direction. Over the past few years, the sand has changed somewhat around international cricket. It would be completely naive to think that players would turn down huge sums of money from long-term contracts for much less work in these T20 leagues because they have to play international cricket,” McCallum told SEN radio.