Cricket, which is now played in many nations worldwide, is the national summer sport of England.
With an average of 505,000 monthly searches, cricket is the second most popular sport in the UK, after football. With less than half the average monthly searches that the phrase "Cricket" generates, boxing comes in third, demonstrating how well-liked the game is.
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In international cricket, England and Wales are represented by the cricket team. Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) had previously been in charge of it starting in 1903. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has been in charge of it since 1997.
England is a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) and is eligible to participate in Tests, ODIs, and T20 Internationals because it was one of the original members. Because Scotland and Ireland were not ICC members until the 1990s, players from those nations also represented England.
On March 15-19, 1877, England and Australia played their first Test match. On January 5, 1971, they played their first ODI. On June 13, 2005, England played their first T20I, this time against Australia.
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England hosted the first three Cricket World Cups and has taken part in every tournament. The 1999 and 2019 tournaments were also held there. They were named "Champions" in 2019, which was thought to be the year they had the best chance of winning the championship. They came in second place in 1987 and 1992.
Here is the performance stat of team England in the ICC Cricket World Cup till 2019.
The England team has played a major role in every ICC T20 World Cup (earlier known as World T20). They won the Cup in 2010 and lost to West Indies in the Final six years later. During the match, Ben Stokes was memorably struck for four sixes in a row by Carlos Brathwaite. They aren't expected to host a T20 World Cup until 2022, thus they haven't yet.
The England cricket squad and all domestic cricket in England are governed by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). All cricket-related operations for the England cricket team are now handled by the ECB, which took over for the Test and County Cricket Board (TCCB) in 1997. In addition to ticket revenue, TV rights, and sponsorships, they receive $139 million from the International Cricket Council (ICC). Its main office is located at London's Lord's Cricket Ground.
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|Batting coach||Marcus Trescothick (Test), Graham Thorpe (ODIs & T20Is)|
|Bowling coach||Chris Silverwood (Fast), Saqlain Mushtaq (Spin)|
|Fielding coach||Paul Collingwood|
|Strength & conditioning coach||Phil Scott|
The New England T20 World Cup kits are red. The national flag of England's logo is imprinted on the right side of the chest. Jos Buttler will lead the England Cricket team in his place as captain since Eoin Morgan has retired as per England cricket team news.
The names of this team's sponsors are printed on the shirt's front and back. The names and numbers of the players are printed on the backside. In contrast to shirts, trousers, which are entirely blue, look quite nice.
England is one of the most powerful teams and the star players have won the hearts of more than 10 million fans worldwide according to the latest England cricket news.
With few awards to show for their efforts, the England cricket team has struggled to hold the attention of the younger generation. After reaching the 2016 T20 World Cup final and winning the crucial ICC Cricket World Cup at home in 2019, they have been garnering notice with a few impressive performances. To emphasize their cricket, they have brought in A-list players like Jofra Archer and Ben Stokes.
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|Jos Buttler (c, wk)||8 Sept 1990||Right||-|
|Moeen Aali||18 June 1987||Left||Right-arm off-spin|
|Jonny Bairstow (wk)||26 Sept 1989||Right||-|
|Harry Brook||22 Feb 1999||Right||Right-arm medium|
|Sam Curran||3 June 1998||Left||Left-arm medium-fast|
|Alex Hales||3 Jan 1989||Right||Right-arm medium|
|Chris Jordan||4 Oct 1988||Right||Right-arm fast-medium|
|Liam Livingstone||4 Aug 1993||Right||Right-arm leg break|
|Dawid Malan||3 Sept 1987||Left||Right-arm leg break|
|Adil Rashid||17 Feb 1988||Right||Right-arm leg break|
|Phil Salt||28 Aug 1996||Right||Right-arm medium|
|Ben Stokes||4 June 1991||Left||Right-arm fast-medium|
|Reece Topley||21 Feb 1994||Right||Left-arm medium-fast|
|David Willey||28 Feb 1990||Left||Left-arm fast-medium|
|Chris Woakes||2 March 1989||Right||Right-arm fast-medium|
|Mark Wood||11 Jan 1990||Right||Right-arm fast|
October 22: England vs Afghanistan — 7:00 PM at Perth Stadium, Perth
October 26: England vs Group B Runner-up — 3:00 PM at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
October 28: England vs Australia — 7:00 PM at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
November 1: England vs New Zealand — 6:00 PM at The Gabba, Brisbane
November 5: England vs Group A Winner — 7:00 PM at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
November 9: TBA VS TBA — 7:00 PM at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
November 10: TBA VS TBA — 6:30 PM at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
November 13: TBA VS TBA — 7:00 PM at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
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