England cricket team is all set to brutally murder the Men in Blue in the deciding match of the hyper-anticipated contest. There seems to be no chance the Kohli led men would get their upper hand in the riveting decider game considering the three lions are back in business following a nerve-wracking victory in the 2nd T20i.
England cricket team are perhaps going through a purple patch at the moment and would leave no stone unturned in ripping apart the Indian lineup. In fact, it came as a shocker when they tasted their defeat at the hands of the Men in Blue in the 1st T20i game at Manchester.
Perhaps that loss in their home soil against a unit that relies way too much on the performance of their over the bickering skipper did shake them to the core. What followed was an outstanding game of cricket, with England completely dominating the Kohli led gentleman, with the ball as well as with the bat.
And here’s how they could completely tear apart the 2011 World cup champions in tonight’s contest!
3 reasons why the England cricket team would be a force to reckon in tonight’s battle
Alex Hales will put the Indian bowlers to shame
He is rightly called as the Hitman of English cricket. Last game was a marvellous exhibition of his batting prowess under gruelling conditions. People witnessed a hail storm across Cardiff followed his knock of 58 of 41 deliveries.
Had he not been in the middle, then the outcome would have surely landed in India’s favour. And by now, the Kohli led team would have partied down in the streets of England like a bunch of crazy animals of the circus with Hardik Pandya and Kl Rahul leading the troop.
Hats off to Hales for playing a stupendous innings at just the right moment. Well, frankly speaking, if he gets going in tonight’s battle, Oh boy! Indian team would be in for a real trouble.
Bairstow will pull out the Ginny and Jonny of the Indian team
The Red-haired England wicket-keeper has evolved as a very fine player of the game. The decision of sending him to open the innings along with the destructive Hales has been the icing on the cake of the three lions.
If Bairstow hadn’t taken the initiative of going Bazingaa on the Indian chinaman, Kuldeep Yadav, then surely the English side would have found themselves in an unpleasant situation.
Unpleasant, why? Well, the England crowd would not have critiqued them or would have passed any ridiculing remarks on them for a loss in their home condition. But the Men in Blue led by the circus clown Hardik Pandya, their hairstylist KL Rahul and overly aggressive captain Virat Kohli would have surely given them a displeasing sendoff.
Bairstow wouldn’t leave a stone unturned to win the game for the three lions and emerge as the party spoiler for the Indian public.
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Jos Buttler has been the saviour of England since the day he set his foot in the England dressing room. And in the past couple of months, he has been on a roll. The kind of mayhem that he has unleashed on the whichever bowling unit the team has competed against, has garnered him respect and adulation from the cricket fans across the globe.
He is undoubtedly the most destructive batsman on the English soil at the moment. If triggered can single-handedly kill the careers of one or two cricketers. He has the potential to smack every single bowler across each part of the ground, something which not many possess in the current generation of cricketers.
The moment he sets in the middle, then you could surely witness the ball being hammered from the bat just like a Tracer Bullet! Up up and Away, Gone… Well, that’s the truth!