Mostly with T20 World Cup on the horizon, each country will be hoping to select their strongest playing XI. Even with the quantity of cricket getting played these days, teams, as well as management, have plenty of opportunities to keep track of players and put together the best possible lineups. Eoin Morgan on T20 World Cup selection
Eoin Morgan: England ‘continually monitoring different guys’ for spots in T20 World Cup squad
Even the difficulties, though, cause them to put their heads screwed on while choosing how to build up their group. Eoin Morgan, England’s limited-overs captain, has spoken out over the team’s selection for the T20 World Cup in the UAE.
“We want as many options as possible. We are continually monitoring different guys. There are certain players we look at that that could have avenues in guys that do things differently, left-arms, guys that bowl at pace or have a huge impact on the game, predominantly hit boundaries with the bat. There is still opportunities for guys to do that in the Hundred, and have an outside chance,” said Morgan.
The rotation policy has been used by England on several occasions. As a result, many players have been able to hold up their best efforts. As a result, during a World Cup tournament, the administration will almost certainly want to include the best players.
‘The Hundred’ is a competition that will have an impact on the selection process: Morgan
Eoin Morgan on T20 World Cup selection. As a result, Morgan indicated that the players would be chosen based on the circumstances and so the players will be reviewed thoroughly. He also added that ‘The Hundred’ is a competition that will have an impact on the selection process since players have a chance to make the team from this stage ahead.
Whereas for the pandemic’s instability, the next T20 World Cup will be held in the United Arab Emirates and Oman. Eoin Morgan believes that a lot of spin would be difficult to get on the UAE field.
In comparison to Pakistan, England produced additional spin overs, which they haven’t managed in any T20I series previously. Based on his experience playing in the UAE, he believes that spinners should not have an advantage on seamers because the grounds are used to hosting a lot of matches.
“Having played in the UAE recently at the time of year that the World Cup is going to take place, the ball actually didn’t turn a great deal. The IPL was played thereafter I can’t remember what tournament when we were there last time around [in 2020] and the wicket was still fine, good, held together really well. The curators there did a great job. I don’t think they will [spin]. They might, but I don’t think they will” he concluded.