England skipper Eoin Morgan believes their subsequent match towards Australia will likely be considered one of their most tough matches within the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup.
Having gained two out of two video games to date within the match, England is about to face a stern take a look at towards Australia. Aaron Finch and co. have additionally gained their first two matches fairly comfortably and will likely be trying to arrest England’s momentum on Saturday.
“It’s probably going to be one of our most difficult games of this group stage. Australia are a strong side. Our level of performance and intensity has been very good and the challenge is to continue that for our next three games in pursuit of getting to that next stage,” Morgan mentioned in a information convention.
Eoin Morgan and co. trying to ship a powerful anti-discriminatory message
The England skipper additionally identified that the group will proceed to ship anti-discriminatory messages in any form or type. Prior to the Bangladesh sport, England was disallowed to put on particular T-shirts displaying a message of unity because it was towards ICC package rules.
“Certainly, from our side of things, not being allowed to have our moment of unity before a game is just something we’ve talked about during the two matches that we’ve played. Later this afternoon, we’re going to talk about it again because if we’re not allowed to take our stance against all discrimination, we need to try and find something else that makes a difference for this period of time.”
“We’ve talked about a collective message being powerful. We didn’t want to commit to anything unless everybody wanted to do it because that’s the best way to raise awareness, educate, and have it come across as a powerful message. We’re quite restricted as to what we can do in ICC events so there’s a chance that might not happen,” Morgan concluded.
England takes on Australia on October 30 on the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.