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3 England players who could be a threat to India in T20 World Cup

3 England players who could be a threat to India in T20 World Cup

Ahead of T20 World Cup 2024, let us look at three England players who could be a threat to India in T20 World Cup.

England will step into the T20 World Cup 2024 with the aim to defend their title, which they won in the T20 World Cup 2022. English players are not taking the tournament lightly and are preparing hard for the big stage. Many cricketers have flown back to England to participate in the England vs Pakistan series starting from May 22. India needs to keep a close eye on a few English players who could be a threat to their T20 World Cup campaign.

PlayerRole
Jos Buttler Batter
Tom HartleySpinner
Phil SaltBatter

Jos Buttler

Jos Buttler has scored 475 runs against India in T20I matches. He was one of the leading run-scorers in the previous edition of the tournament with 225 runs.

The right-handed batter is most dangerous when he is in form and destroys bowlers. His not-out innings of 80 runs against India in the previous edition still hurts Indian fans.

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Tom Hartley

Tom Hartley could make an impactful debut for the English team in the T20 World Cup 2024. Hartley has threatened India in the past as well. In his debut Test match against India in the recent Test series, he shattered the Indian cricket team with his outstanding seven-wicket haul.

As Indian batters find themselves uneasy facing left-arm spinners, Hartley could play a trump card in the T20 World Cup.

Phil Salt

Phil Salt has been in an exceptational form for past few months. Salt has scored 435 runs in ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) in 12 matches. The batter will play in Eng vs Pak series to prepare himselve for the big tournament.

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