England coach Matthew Mott: Players have been asked to step up

Although England has already won the ODI series against Bangladesh with two straight victories, Matthew Mott believes there is still much to play for. The England team management wants their players to stand up because the coveted tournament will take place in India, where the 2019 ODI World Cup is slated to take place.

Coach Mott also thinks that this is the ideal chance for the England players to put their bodies and minds to the test. Their current objective is to put the backups to the test and keep everyone prepared for the major competition after doing well so far in the series.

Our only chance to assess our physical and mental preparedness for the circumstances we’re into contend with in the World Cup. Our ability to analyse these games will give us advantages when we face opposition at the World Cup in India. During the third ODI at Chattogram’s Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Mott was reported by Daily Mail as saying, “We have asked the players to stand up and demonstrate what they’ve got.

Rehan Ahmed is anticipated to play in the third ODI.
Rehan Ahmed may get a chance to shine in the third ODI against Bangladesh, according to reports from the team management. Mott refers to Ahmed, 18, as a “three-dimensional talent,” and if he continues to play at his best level, Ahmed may very well be travelling to India for the tournament.Global Cup. Ahmed is anticipated to replace Adil Rashid or Will Jacks in this game.

Speaking of England’s World Cup team, Mott said that they have some pretty clever information on all of the players, so when they choose their 15, who will be in charge to defend the title, it will be a well informed decision.

There is no exact science to selection, but we have some really clever data on how various players compare in various leagues, so when we get down and choose those 15, we will be making a really informed choice,” Mott said.

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