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England captain Eoin Morgan has provided a breakdown of the World Cup teams
England captain Eoin Morgan has offered a breakdown of the World Cup teams (Image: Getty)

Eoin Morgan has offered a team-by-team breakdown forward of the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Morgan’s England are ranked No. 1 on the planet in one-day cricket and are bidding to win the 50-over World Cup for the primary time.

5-time winners Australia are the defending champions, whereas India are additionally anticipated to get pleasure from a robust match off the again of some tremendous outcomes.

Chatting with the ICC Cricket World Cup channel, Morgan gave a run-down of the teams competing on the 2019 World Cup and mentioned 4 teams shouldn’t be ‘underestimated’.

Eoin Morgan’s 2019 World Cup breakdown:

Australia

‘Australia always seem to turn up in World Cup year and they’re present champions. I anticipate them to be sturdy contenders.’

Afghanistan

‘Afghanistan are a team that will come in to the tournament and upset a lot of teams. They’re a really proficient facet and shouldn’t be underestimated.’

India

‘Strong chance.’

Bangladesh

‘Bangladesh are an extremely tight group, who should not be underestimated through the tournament.’

Pakistan

‘Pakistan are probably one of the more unpredictable sides around the world. But when it comes to a world event, they perform extremely consistently well.’

England

‘Strong chance’

Sri Lanka

‘Sir Lanka are a team that probably won’t go into the match as second or third favourites. They’ll actually be challenged all through, however not ones to take flippantly.’

South Africa

‘South Africa have a strong chance. They’ve gone by way of a very sturdy interval of cricket the place they’ve performed properly and won’t be underestimated.’

West Indies

‘West Indies have an outside chance. Extremely competitive, have a lot of matchwinners in their team and will go well.’

New Zealand

‘New Zealand made it all the way to the final in 2015 and from there they’ve gone from energy to energy. To not be underestimated.’

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