CWC 2019: England Going To Put Their Four Years of Practice in Use for the Semi-Final against Australia

On Thursday (11th July), when the host team and the tournament favorites England would be facing off the defending champions, Australia for the semi-final at Edgbaston, the former team intends to put into practice their four years of planning for the big day of the CWC.

During the 2015 edition of the CWC, England’s utterly sad exit from the first round of the tournament forced the team to again consider their stratagem to ODIs for a side/ team that had long places test matches success above all other factors.

Australian coach Trevor Bayliss was called up with the goal of guiding England’s call for first World Cup title. The change has been pretty magnificent, with England climbing to number one spot in the ODI rankings under the wise captaincy of Eoin Morgan. England’s rise to the summit is dependent on dynamic run score, in-form openers like Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow spearheading the way.

However, the wager for hosts England are more than simply winning the finals that would be against New Zealand at the Lords stadium.

Since 2015, it would be the first time that a major home match for England would be emerging from behind the UK television paywall, with cricket offering the chance to connect with the audience of England, which is assumed as the birthplace of cricket. However, Morgan requested England to avoid being intimidated by the scale of job that lies in front of them. England needs to continue their threat on Australia’s top batting order to win the game.

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