England's Jos Buttler Vows Aggressive Cricket in Cricket World Cup


England’s Jos Buttler Vows Aggressive Cricket in Cricket World Cup

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England’s captain, Jos Buttler, is determined to maintain their aggressive brand of cricket as they strive to defend their 50-over World Cup title in India. The England team’s familiarity with Indian conditions and pitches, gained from playing in the IPL, is expected to be a significant advantage.

England, having undergone a cricket revolution, enters the tournament as strong favorites. They recently became double world champions by winning the T20 World Cup. Their opening match against New Zealand, a repeat of the 2019 World Cup final, will be live on Sky Sports from the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

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Buttler spoke to Sky Sports, emphasizing their commitment to aggressive play. “We play in a style that people like watching. We risk losing to try and win, which creates exciting games and that’s what people like to watch.”

The captain is excited to lead the team in India, a place he knows well from his Indian Premier League experience. He acknowledges the unique passion of Indian cricket fans, who create a special environment.

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Despite their champion status, Buttler remains aware of the challenges ahead. Everyone gets better, everyone trains harder. Heading into this World Cup, we’ll know that every other team would have been training just as hard as us.

Buttler also stressed the importance of being role models for young fans and inspiring them to get involved in the game. He fondly recalls the 2019 World Cup journey, highlighting the moments of celebration and the challenges faced along the way.

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You can watch the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup live on Sky Sports from October 5 to November 19, with streaming options available on NOW for £21 a month, cancel anytime.




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