England World Cup Prediction Who will win

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England World Cup Prediction Who will win

Having settled for main 3 the diligent work begins for whatever remains of top choices. Rest all of top taking part groups have been battling all alone. Thoroughly consider this:

India whacked England in England. Britain got whacked by Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka who were humilated by Indian in India. At that point turn of tide Indians were quelled via England in tri arrangement in Australia.

So where do we remain with above comparison? It’s all fouled up. The main decision we can make from above exhibitions is that none of these groups are dependable.

Why England?

Since they have an exceptionally intense knocking down some pins line up as we have seen in the warm up match against WI. 15 West Indians couldn’t adapt to English pace. Their batting is not to awful. They were never great in fielding so no compelling reason to considerably consider that. So what are they lacking? Stable batting exhibitions. Their batting lineup is great and they are well equipped for framing few great associations yet for reasons unknown they neglect to perform constantly. Ali, Bell, Tylor, Root and skipper Morgan all are great batsmen and they have got this show on the road our sibling Bopara as ball whacker and great finisher.

So how far England can go?

In the event that lucky then they can go the extent that semi finals where they meet Aus/SA and they are out.

Trivia: The designer of amusement have never won World Cup.

  • Sat Feb 14 (50 ovs) 03:30 GMT | 14:30 local 08:30 PKT
    2nd Match, Pool A – Australia v England Melbourne Cricket GroundLIVE D/N
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  • Fri Feb 20 (50 ovs) 01:00 GMT | 14:00 local 06:00 PKT
    9th Match, Pool A – New Zealand v England Westpac Stadium, WellingtonLIVE D/N
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    (prev day) | 11:00 local 03:00 PKT
    14th Match, Pool A – England v Scotland Hagley Oval, ChristchurchLIVE
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    22nd Match, Pool A – England v Sri Lanka Westpac Stadium, WellingtonLIVE
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  • Mon Mar 9 (50 ovs) 03:30 GMT | 14:00 local 08:30 PKT
    33rd Match, Pool A – Bangladesh v England Adelaide OvalLIVE D/N
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  • Fri Mar 13 (50 ovs) 03:30 GMT | 14:30 local 08:30 PKT
    38th Match, Pool A – Afghanistan v England Sydney Cricket GroundLIVE D/N

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