The tour to New Zealand is England’s first action since the most memorable summer of cricket for over a decade. The five-match T20 series was narrowly won by the visitors. Quite unbelievably, a super over was again needed to separate the sides, meaning New Zealand will surely be tired of cricket’s tiebreaker.
Popularity in the U.K was flourishing after an exhilarating Ashes series and glorious World Cup triumph. A new head coach, Chris Silverwood, was at the helm, ready to lead the team to success. Young talents Jofra Archer, Dom Sibley, and Ollie Pope were all included in the squad, poised to make their mark.
Image Credit- Getty Images England’s long awaited return to test cricket falls on the 20th of November. The tour to New Zealand is England’s first action since the most memorable summer of cricket for over […]
As the World Cup, crickets premier limited overs competition, continued this week, it is already in my opinion possible to determine who the most likely winners are. Already, several teams have shown that if they […]