England Team Players News

England's national summer sport, cricket, is currently played in many countries worldwide, and has no reason to miss a match. 

Cricket is the second-most popular sport in the UK, behind football, with an average of 600,000 searches per month. Boxing is the third most popular sport, with less than half the average monthly searches that the word "Cricket" generates.

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Fan Following of England Cricket Players

According to the most recent update, the Eng squad is one of the strongest teams, and its top players have captured the hearts of more than 10 million fans globally.

The England cricket players have had difficulty keeping the interest of the younger generation because they have received few honors for their achievements. They have gained attention with a few standout performances after winning the vital ICC Cricket World Cup at home in 2019 and reaching the final of the 2016 T20 World Cup. They have added A-list athletes like Jofra Archer and Ben Stokes to highlight their cricket.

English Cricketers Jersey 2022 T20 World Cup

The T20 World Cup uniforms for England are red. On the right side of the chest, there is an imprint of the English national flag. As captain now that Eoin Morgan has retired, Jos Buttler will take over for him, according to England cricket squad news.

On the front and back of the shirt, the sponsors of this squad are listed. The back of the card has the player's names and numbers printed on it. Unlike shirts, trousers appear fairly beautiful because they are all blue.

England T20 Squad 2022

Captain – Jos Buttler

Wicket Keeper – Jos Buttler, Phil Salt

All Rounder – Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Liam Livingstone, Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Liam Dawson

Batters – Harry Brook, Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Jonny Bairstow

Bowler – Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, Reece Topley, David Willey, Mark Wood, Tymal Mills, Richard Gleeson 

Top 5 Players from England Cricket Team

Jos Buttler - In the first T20I against Australia, England captain Jos Buttler made a triumphant comeback to international cricket by scoring 68 runs off just 32 balls. The right-handed hitter missed all seven T20I matches while on the England Tour of Pakistan because of an injury.

Jos Buttler's presence gave England a significant advantage because it allowed the batter to adjust to the conditions in Australia, which will host the forthcoming T20I World Cup in 2022. He had a stellar 2021 T20I World Cup, scoring 269 runs with 1 tonne and a career-best 101* while averaging 89.67 over six T20Is.

Alex Hales - Alex Hales spent three years in exile after failing a drug test in 2019 that led to Eoin Morgan withdrawing him from England's white-ball setup. He was finally chosen for the seven-match series against Pakistan. He played in 6 T20Is during the Pakistan trip, scoring 130 runs at 21.67. In the first T20I match in Perth against Australia, he too scored 84 runs in 51 balls.

Because of his superior performance in the BBL, the selectors gave him an opportunity when regular opener Jonny Bairstow was hurt last month.

Ben Stokes – In the T20 World Cup, Ben Stokes is scheduled to bat at No. 4. His position is under pressure because he hasn't played much T20 recently. Ben Stokes struggled during his brief participation in the first T20I against Australia.

He sustained a strange injury while attempting a reverse scoop and was struck on the chin. He did not contribute to the game and was kicked out for a nine-ball. He returned with stats of 0/18 in 2 overs and was wicketless.

Moeen Ali – In the 7-match Pakistan T20I trip, Moeen Ali scored 142 runs in 4 innings, averaging 142. The stand-in captain had the third-highest strike rate of 159.55 and the most fantastic batting average of 142.

In the absence of the injured Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali led England's Twenty20 team in their 4-3 series victory over Pakistan. He will be a crucial squad member at Australia in this month's T20I World Cup.

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Liam Livingstone - Liam Livingstone of England says he feels like "a kid in the garden" after taking a mental break from cricket due to an injury. As England's T20 World Cup campaign gets underway against Afghanistan in Perth on October 22, the batter will be looking to make a comeback in the warm-up game against Pakistan on October 17.

After sustaining ankle ligament damage on a routine trip, the 29-year-old has been side-lined since August 23. It is expected to miss England's final two Twenty20 matches against Australia this week in Canberra on Wednesday and Friday.

In a T20 international match against Pakistan at Trent Bridge in July 2021, Liam Livingstone, who smashed England's fastest-ever century from just 42 balls, claims the sabbatical from cricket has mentally revived him.

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