The English Cricket team’s selector, Luke Wright, has announced the full provisional squad for the ODI World Cup 2023. It was surprise that Harry Brook was left off England’s list of players for the ODI World Cup in 2023. He was having a good Test and T20I season but only appeared in three ODI appearances. This is one of the reasons he was left out of the World Cup squad.
Ben Stokes is in the squad despite having announced his retirement in August. Jofra Archer has been replaced by uncapped Gus Atkinson, due to his outstanding performance in the County Championship for Surrey and ranking second in the T10 League.
England is the current ODI world champion, and they will try to defend their title in 2023. They modify their plan and try to play aggressive cricket in the World Cup 2019. With this squad, England is attempting to duplicate this strategy.
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England Squad for ODI Worldcup 2023
Jos Buttler (captain), Joe Root, Moeen Ali, Ben Stokes, Jonny Bairstow, Sam Curran, Liam Livingstone, Dawid Malan, Adil Rashid, Jason Roy, Reece Topley, David Willey, Mark Wood, Chris Woakes, and Gus Atkinson.
England’s provisional World Cup squad is quite diverse, including experienced players such as Joe Root, Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes, Moeen Ali, and others. Simultaneously, the inclusion of youngsters Sam Curran and Gus Atkinson likely fuel some aggression.
Do you believe England can win a second World Cup with these players?
England Captain and Wicketkeeper in ODI World Cup 2023
Jos Buttler will skipper England in the One-Day International World Cup. He took over as England’s captain on June 30, 2022, following the retirement of Eoin Morgan. England has won 12 of 23 matches under his captaincy, for a winning percentage of 52. Remember that he was the vice captain of the winning team in the 2019 CWC?
He will also be the English team’s wicketkeeper, with Jonny Bairstow serving as a reserve option.
England Batting Line up in ODI World Cup 2023
England has one of the best opposing pairs in the world cup in Jos Buttler and Dawid Malan. They have experienced players in the middle order such as Joe Root, Moeen Ali, and Ben Stokes. Liam Livingston and Jonny Bairstow can hit big hits in the final over to boost the total.
- Jos Buttler
- Joe Root
- Moeen Ali
- Ben Stokes
- Jonny Bairstow
- Dawid Malan
- Jason Roy
- Liam Livingstone
- Chris Woakes
England Bowling Line up in ODI World Cup 2023
Mark Wood, Chris Woakes, Gus Atkinson, and Reece Topley are just a few of the talented pacers in the England team. Sam Curran and David Willy are excellent examples of those who use slower ones. Most of you will recall Sam Curran’s bowling during the most recent T20 world cup, when he utterly destroyed strong batting sides with his slower deliveries.
With their spin bowling, Adil Rasheed, Moeen Ali, and Liam Livingstone will improve the English bowling line.
- Mark Wood
- David Willy
- Sam Curran
- Ben Stokes
- Reece Topley
- Chris Woakes
- Mark Wood
- Moeed Ali
- Adil Rasheed
- Liam Livingston
- Gus Atkinson
Who is the Coach of English Team in Worldcup?
Four coaches have changed after England’s previous world championship in 2019. Brendon McCullum, Paul Collingwood, and Chris Silverwood from 2019 to 2022. They now have Matthew Mott coaching in the ODI and T20I formats. After observing Mott’s great journey with the Australia Women’s Team, which won the world cup, this role was given to him.
England Matches Schedule in ODI World Cup
England’s journey will begin with the opening match of the World Cup 2023 against New Zealand on 5th October. Both sides competed in the 2019 World Cup final, which England won by defeating the Kiwis.
|Thursday||05 October||England vs New Zealand||Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad||2:00 P.M|
|Tuesday||10 October||England vs Bangladesh||Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala||10:30 A.M|
|Sunday||15 October||England vs Afghanistan||Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi||2:00 P.M|
|Saturday||21 October||England vs South Africa||Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai||2:00 P.M|
|Thursday||26 October||England vs Sri Lanka||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru||2:00 P.M|
|Sunday||29 October||England vs India||Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpai Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow||2:00 P.M|
|Saturday||04 November||England vs Australia||Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad||2:00 P.M|
|Wednesday||08 November||England vs Netherlands||Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Gahunje||2:00 P.M|
|Saturday||11 November||England vs Pakistan||Eden Gardens, Kolkata||2:00 P.M|
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