There will be more rotation in the England team during the Pakistan T20I series: Eoin Morgan

England limited Owen Morgan He said on Thursday that there will be more rotation in play eleven in the upcoming T20Is against Pakistan. The first of the three T20I matches will be played in Nottingham from 16 July onwards, the next one will be in Leeds on 18 July and the last T20I will be played on 20 July in Manchester.

The Three Lions defeated Pakistan 3-0 in the three-match ODI series, although management had to select a team from the second series as three members of the first-choice team tested positive for COVID-19. Ben Stokes led a 9-man squad when it was announced, but he crushed Babar Azam’s team in all three matches.

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The priority throughout the series will be to give the guys chances and there will be 100% more turnover: Ewen Morgan

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has appointed a full strength squad for the T20I series against Pakistan under the leadership of Eoin Morgan who returns from seclusion. Speaking about the upcoming series, he confirmed that there will be more rotation in playing XI as the priority will be to give chances to everyone.

“We don’t know what is in front of us, we need to look more at the strength in depth. You will see us give chances and go through many small options in the next three matches to replace potential injuries to some players within the group,” Morgan is quoted by ESPNCricinfo as saying.

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“100 percent [there will be more rotation]. The priority throughout the series will be to give men opportunities and treat them as if it were our last chance to look at men in different positions. I still think the roles will be the same, but there will be rotations throughout the team,” he added.

James Vince and Saqib Mahmood Made Their Own Good World: Owen Morgan

There were also questions as to whether Saqib Mahmood and James Vince would get a chance to play against Pakistan in the T20Is, after great outings against Men in Green in the ODI series. Vince scored his first ODI century at 3research and development match, and led England to a comfortable win while chasing 332 innings. Mahmood, on the other hand, picked 9 wickets in 3 matches including the best 4/42 in his first ODI in Cardiff who defeated Pakistan for 141 rounds.

Saqib Mahmoud (PHoto- Twitter)
Saqib Mahmoud (PHoto- Twitter)

“They’ve done themselves a world of good, to be honest. The only thing you look at when guys come and go is a noticeable improvement over when they were [first] Get the chance when the next one comes. Male two men and [James Vince] it was amazing , “ Morgan said.

Furthermore, Morgan confirmed that Ben Stokes’ finger injury is not yet 100% healed.

Read also: Ben Stokes still has finger injuries, admits Captain Owen Morgan

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