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It could be difficult for England to decide if the Twenty20 World Cup exits soon


If you lose to Oz, don’t come back!

  • England are competing in the World Twenty20 in Australia this year
  • Australia also has a limited overs series after the World Cup
  • If they get out early, they will have a hard time deciding what to do next
  • They could either hang around, or come home for a short rest before returning

England’s limited-overs players will face the possibility of twisting their fingers for a week if they fail to reach the semi-finals of the World Twenty20 in Australia this year.

Although Eoin Morgan’s men are a favorite to lift the trophy in the autumn, half of their tournament is held by host Australia, who are also defending champions, as well as last year’s runners-up New Zealand – and only two teams from the Super 12. Step.

England’s last Super 12 match is scheduled for November 5, when they will play the winner of the Group A match, possibly Sri Lanka.

Eoin Morgan’s team is expected to reach the final of this year’s World Cup

But the presence of the three ODIs between Australia and England, which starts on November 17, four days after the World Cup final at the MCG, means that players from both the T20 and 50-over teams will play either if they leave early. For the shortest break in the unforgivable calendar of 2022-23 be forced to spend downtime down or possibly dash home.

White ball experts travel to Pakistan on September 15 for seven Twenty20 games, just 72 hours after the end of the domestic international summer against South Africa, and then to Australia for three more T20 games to prepare for the World Cup.

Multi-format cricketers are likely to miss the Pakistan series for the rest of the season – as there is no break from the start of the T20 games until December 22 – and so will go straight to Australia on October 1.

England's limited overs team will have to wait a week if they are knocked out soon

England’s limited overs team will have to wait a week if they are knocked out soon

They are playing against Twenty20 champions Australia shortly after the World Cup

They are playing against Twenty20 champions Australia shortly after the World Cup

After three ODIs on November 22, England will return to Pakistan to play three Tests. In fact, the two assignments will run simultaneously, as one T20 team is still alive after landing with the Ashes in Barbados earlier this year, and the next will be again in February in New Zealand as Test cricket and warm-up. The ODIs in Bangladesh are a few hours apart.

Such saturation has prompted new Test captain Ben Stokes to take action. ‘The table is definitely something to look at. The number expected to play cricket is ridiculous. The fact that Test matches and ODI series overlap there emphasizes this, ‘he said.

“It simply came to our notice then. I don’t want to miss the England games. I want to play for England as much as possible but in the ideal world I don’t want to discuss when you want to relax, you have a schedule that allows you to play everything. Unfortunately, that is not possible. ‘


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