Think England will win World T20, confirms Stuart Broad

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In the wake of England’s impressive 2-1 win over Pakistan in the home T20I series, Stuart Broad confirmed that the Three Lions are going to win the World T20 with all bases covered. He also insisted that England’s fearless nature of cricket will tip the competition in their favour.

England chased 233 in the first T20I and found themselves in murky waters, at 48/3, but that didn’t stop them from continuing their fearless cricketing style. First Jason Roy and then Liam Livingstone, the Three Lions continued to push boundaries and eventually lost the game by 31 runs. That set the tone for the series though, this England team didn’t go on to defend, especially in familiar conditions.

Coming to the second and third T20I, the Three Lions made a breeze of Pakistan’s batting, winning both games convincingly and putting on a delightful show across the board. In the third T20I, despite a mini-collapse, they went hard with the bat, eventually requiring Chris Jordan to end the proceedings. In the wake of England’s win over Pakistan, pacer Stuart Broad confirmed the Three Lions would win the World T20, especially with so many bases covered.

“We’ve (England) covered so many bases. We’ve got so much depth, they play fearless cricket, I just think we’re going to win the World Cup. It’s all looking pretty bright,” Broad told hosts Sky Sport.

He also added that it felt like his side was the strongest team to win the Middle East tournament in October.

“I was just watching Morgs lift the trophy there and I think we are going to win the World Cup,” he added.

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