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Big change in England's World Cup squad

Only 9 days left to make the World Cup cricket ground. Earlier on May 23, the ICC had given the opportunity to make changes to the 15 World Cup squad. On that occasion, Pakistan officially brought three changes to the World Cup squad yesterday. In the list of changes in the squad, one of the favorites, England, is England. At the last moment, the World Cup final squad will go on to swap three of the host's host. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has confirmed three changes to the English squad this Tuesday.

Left-arm spinning all-rounder Liam Dawson has been included in the squad for the biggest surprise. The 29-year-old all-rounder had played just three ODIs for England earlier. The all-rounder, who made his last appearance against England last October against Sri Lanka in Dambulla, However, in the Royal London cup recently, Hampshire has done a great job in batting – Dowson has done a great job. Leg-spinning all-rounder Joe Denly has been pruning from the team to make Dawson the place. It was a great surprise to get opportunity in the Danish World Cup squad. The 33-year-old all-rounder, however, failed to make a mark after getting more than one chance in the recently-concluded one-day series against Pakistan. The England Cricket Board decided to take Dawson in place of Denly.

On the other hand, left-arm swing bowler David Willier has burnt his forehead as a result of fast bowlers' zehara Archer's teammate. Wisley played an important role in England's 12-run win over England in the second ODI against Pakistan. But in the last few matches, Willie's performance could not fill the mind of English selectors. On the other hand, there was an ongoing debate about the arbitrariness of the Caribbean-born archetypal England. Most of the former players wanted to see Archer at the World Cup team at any cost. The fast bowler, right-arm fast bowler, has shown the speed of two matches in the last match against Pakistan. In addition to bowling at a speed of more than 90 miles per hour, the early wickets took the swing together. So England decided to join Archer without the Willie.

Another change in England's World Cup squad came in the opening batsman's position. The opening batsman Alex Hales, who has been in the primary team for the World Cup, has been positively in the Dope Test some days back. After the incident, the Cricket Board has announced to ban the opening batsman from the World Cup squad as well as to ban the opener. The ECB decided to join James Vince as the replacement opener in place of the left-hander. The right-hander has performed well in the team as an opener in the series against Pakistan. So, the Board did not think too much to take Vince into place.

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