Of course yes! After 4-months of cricketing drought due to COVID-19, Pandemic ECB has taken a huge step in conducting recently concluded test series against West Indies. The series has grabbed much-needed attention and it provides much-needed opportunity to witness world-class test cricket. The series also helped the young fans to have a glimpse of how the test cricket can be exciting and why it is needed for the overall improvement of game cricket. Credit should also go to WICB and its players because they have agreed for a month-long tour to the country that has the highest number of cases registered. They have also agreed to play the test cricket which is more physically wanting format particularly there didn’t get enough training opportunities. They have done exceptionally well by winning the first test and making themselves proud. Remember winning in England is never going to be easy.
Now ECB has taken another big leap by returning the ODI’s into the floor. They are all set to host Ireland for a short three-match series which will begin from today. The series marks the world champions England playing first time in their home soil after winning world cup exactly a year ago. All the three matches will be played at Ageas bowl at behind the doors due to COVID-19hurdles. The series marks the inauguration of the new global tournament which will qualify top 10-teams to take part in next edition of ICC world cup which is scheduled in India 2023. The new-look England side which comprises none of its red-ball stars provides a much-needed opportunity for young players to showcase their talent. England dressing room has done the fabulous job creating bench strength which is paying dividends now.
World cup winning Captain Eion Morgon is back to the helm and the likes of Jason Roy, Johny Bairstow Moeein Ali are all set to return to England ODI colours. The squad has no Joe Root, Jofra Archer, Mark Wood, Jos Butler and Ben Stokes and it provides an opportunity for Tom Banton, David Willey is returning after a gap of a year along with newcomer Saqib Mahmood. Ireland too eyeing for the future and they have included promising youngsters with the likes of Gareth Delany Harry Tector, Curtis Campher along with experienced players like andy Balbirine, Paul Stirling and Kevin O’Brien. All eyes will be on Tom Banton who has shown lots of promise in domestic leagues and franchise-based t20 leagues like IPL Betting Tips and CPL. If he showcases his talent in a full-fledged manner he might get lots of opportunities in future and he has the chance of emerging as the finisher for England.
So world cricket is slowly getting back on track after COVID-19 Pandemic so it’s time for the online betters to prepare with best cricket betting tips to stay ahead of their competitors. Also, Caribbean premier league is all set to begin from August 21. So it is better to follow the league related news and gain more information which might help them to forge best CPL Betting Tips to emerge successful in online cricket betting. Coming back to this series it provides the right opportunity for teams like Ireland to compete with bigger teams which might help them to get much-needed exposure to world cricket.