By Saurabh Pandey

After the powerpack back to back wins for England in the T20 World Cup In Super 12 Group Stage 1, they are now likely the strongest squad in the whole fixture.

With a batting heavy playing XI, and outstanding bowling performance making the team incredible to their game.

In the previous game against Bangladesh, the star player Jason Roy rarely felt out of control in his knock of 61 off 37 with 3 sixes with the strike rate of 160.

Despite this, he remained aggressive throughout the match, showcasing the full range of strokes at his disposal. In their very first game against West Indies the performance shown by the bowling lineup was remarkable.

In the absence of Ben stokes and Sam curran, England played a gamble in this World Cup, but the risky plan works again resulting in their second win against Bangladesh, and all credits goes to the power play duo Chris Woakes and Moeen Ali.

Chris Woakes is back to England T20 set up is more striking, after going over 5 years without playing any t20 leagues throughout the summer, which is now impacting the new ball in the powerplay, making things extremely tight for the opponent is commendable bowling at the Economy Rate of 4 runs per over,

Considering the things going with England, by far this the most complete team for the fixture.

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