England have multiple questions to answer ahead of World Cup

Harry Brook

England, the defending champions of the World Cup have not got the answers to many questions about the team.

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The England fast bowler Reece Topley talks about the stress disorder he had gone through

For anyone to come back from seven months out of 12 injured is tricky.

“When I came back from my ankle injury, I was getting back into it and then it was like having the rug pulled from underneath me when I came home from India.

“You could say I have a bit of PTSD about getting on the plane again because it was pretty emotional coming back from the last one [T20 World Cup] injured.

The England pacer further said that

But injuries happen in sport. You can only do so much to prevent them. It’s nice to be finding my feet again, hopefully just at the right time for India.

I definitely wouldn’t say I’m out of the jungle in terms of my ankle and my shoulder, but it’s a case of doing the right things and hopefully there’s more performances like this.”

Bowling attack of the team

The best bowling attack for the England team is Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid as main spinners and Sam Curran, Chris Woakes, and Mark Wood as pacers. Furthermore, Joe Root and Liam Livingstone can spin their hands given the Indian conditions. However, all these players have not played together for a while now. And another big question is can Harry Brook come back into the squad? If Harry Brook comes into the England World Cup squad. It is required that someone has to give up their place. The competition will be between Jason Roy and Dawid Malan as neither of these are not into playing in subcontinent conditions. Ben Stokes coming into the squad is a massive boost for the team.

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