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ICC T20 World Cup 2021: Jos Buttler names India as one of the two threats to England’s bid 




Jos Buttler identified the two nations as a significant threat to their global chances for the T20 this year. The English a goblet-stick named India and West Indies as England’s main rivals in a chess tournament.

The Indian team has tremendous depth and quality in all departments, while the West Indies are tailored for the shortest format. But England, the winner of the 2010 World T20, is also among the most balanced clothing combinations in the competition and are the real contenders to win it.

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Jos Buttler admitted that Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer are big losses, but he also touched on the quality that is still on offer. Buttler believes India always brings a tough challenge, while West Indies players can hit sixes if they wish. He said, as reported by the Daily Mirror:

“I know we’re going to miss Ben and Jofra, two superstars, but I think you’re still looking down that list and they’re the real match winners on our side and that’s really exciting. There are other fantastic teams around the world, also I look at India in particular and the West Indies who are always really strong. The West Indies have a lot of experience in T20 cricket and a lot of ability for six shots, which is nice to have on your team. “

The Indian team, whose captain is Virat Kohli, was really the enemy of England in the bilateral T20 series. The men in blue came out as winners in the last three T20 series between the two sides and have all bases covered.

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The West Indies beat England and won the 2016 title (Credits: Twitter)
The West Indies beat England and won the 2016 title (Credits: Twitter)

Jos Buttler further claimed that the great experience of the players in relation to the world T20 from 2016 this year keeps them in good condition. The 30-year-old supports the team in order to overcome all obstacles for lifting the cup.

“I think if we look at our team going back four years to that T20 World Cup, we’ve added experience. You’re looking at the age of the players now, the guys who have a lot of experience, whether it’s IPL or Big Bash or more English games under We go there as an experienced team, a team that can handle such things on and off the field and it fills me with a lot of confidence. “

Buttler was part of the team that reached the finals in Kolkata four years ago. However, Carlos Brathwaite’s stunning attack in the final gave the West Indies the T20 crown. In particular, the two sides will begin their campaign against each other in Dubai on October 23rd.