Commenting on the preparations for England’s T20 World Cup, Captain Ioan Morgan said, “Stability is a strong part of our team.”

The England squad, which is a precursor to the 2016 T20 World Cup, is once again considered a strong contender for the T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman. Over the last few years, the English team has performed spectacularly on the low profile of cricket. Team captain Eoin Morgan is one of England’s biggest strengths. He said the English team is constantly trying to get better and learn from its mistakes.

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Ian Morgan, who is interacting with the ICC, said: ‘I think our biggest strength is the consistency we have been playing for the past two years. I think the game can change very fast in T20 cricket and there are a lot of talented teams in our group, I think every match is important to us. I think we are gaining good momentum and the best thing about us is that we are constantly trying to get better and learn. The 34-year-old captain has been a key factor for them to adapt to the conditions of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), although the team has not played a T20 international there since 2015.

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Super 12’s Group I consists of South Africa, Australia, England and the West Indies, with two teams qualifying through Round 1 of the qualifier. England will start their campaign at the 2021 T20 World Cup against the West Indies in Abu Dhabi on October 23. In 2010 England won the T20 World Cup. Following this, the team reached the final in 2016, where England suffered a defeat at the hands of the West Indies.

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