England’s Next-Best Assets for the Test Revival


Previously, I examined the causes of England’s slide in Red ball cricket. It is only fitting that I endeavor to follow up with the resources capable of bringing about the revival. All teams go through ups and downs, so it is only a matter of time until England finds the right mix to once again be a test Online Id Betting powerhouse. This blog examines the players who might be the next greatest resources for England’s test renaissance.

Next Best Materials for Batting

Everyone can tell that Joe Root needs assistance. He is the finest English batter of his time, but he is unlike James Bond in that he does everything on his own. He has justifiably rejected to bat at number three, but England must find a way to provide Root with a foundation to develop from. In my opinion, Sibley’s international career has reached its conclusion. Offside, he has significant technical deficiencies that limit his performance. He is not strictly a walking wicket, but he is simple to silence, which increases the burden on his companions.

The number three position has been vacant since Trott’s retirement. No one has been able to secure the position despite the fact that several possibilities have been presented. Olly Pope is regarded as the next great batsman in the English squad. If he is as excellent as he is said to be, he should be given a long rope at one-down.

Haseeb Hameed is another candidate for the number three position, since he has been given the opportunity in this game. He possesses a technique appropriate for test cricket and the temperament of a number three batter.

In reality, both may be considered for positions three and three. If they secure their positions, England will be set in the batting department for the foreseeable future. Lawrence and Crawley are talented players, but they need to play more county cricket and hone their skills before they can grab their Betting Id.

The Spin Cabinet

Jack Leach, Dom Bess, and Moeen Ali are the current members of the test squad. Matt Parkinson and Amar Virdi are following closely behind. When picking a spinner, England has a fairly cocky attitude. In Stokes’ absence, England is looking to the spinner not just as a bowling option but also to give balance to the team. The key reason why Leach has been missed in the tests against India is his batting. It remains to be seen if Bess can recover from the winter’s traumas. Ali has been returned and, as a competent batter at number seven, is likely the short-term solution.

If statistics are to be believed, Parkinson turns the white ball more than Shane Warne, but the same cannot be said for the red ball game. Unlike Rashid, he has promise but must be handled with caution. England used Virdi as a winter net bowler after he had risen through the age-group ranks. He has a career county average below 30 and might be the solution in the long term.


There are issues for England, but it is not all bad news. There are guys in and around the setup that have the capacity to excel if they put in the necessary hard effort. The ECB must take responsibility for scheduling, and it is commendable that Joe Root is pressing for a change to the domestic season, given his legacy is ultimately at stake.

What are your ideas on the next best resources for England’s test resurgence? Please share your thoughts in the comments section or contact CricketBloggers or Nimesh Patel.