Australia is a great team, ‘but we are a different kind of animal’ – Liam Plunkett

Liam Plunkett believes that this side of England is “a different animal” for his predecessors and “can beat anyone in the world” if he plays well.

Plunkett made his international debut in 2005 and played his first World Cup match in 2007, but he was never part of the side before that he thought he could win the tournament.

I played in those teams where you did not expect to win and the people did not expect to win from you.

“But with this team the public has hoped to win games and series, we have played well in the last four years, we have got number 1 and we are feeling a good place.” Cricket made the thrill again and we got people to see it.

For them, Thursday’s World Cup semi-final against Australia is “the biggest sport of my career” and it can prove to be “too big for English cricket”. And when Plunkett has great respect for the Australian side, he is referred to as “great team” as a “great team”, he feels that England’s current side offers strong opposition away from previous World Cup campaigns. .

“Australia is a great team,” he said. “They have great players and they have experience, they have been there and have done it before, but compared to our previous team, we are a different kind of animal and we feel our day that if we do something If we play good cricket then we can beat it. Anyone in the world.

“We are doing this trip with this group of boys who now come in this semifinal, it would be good to finish this four year cycle by winning the World Cup. Playing for your country is very big and if you can go. To win this game further and win the finals, it is too big for English cricket. I do not think I will play in the second World Cup, so personally I think it is the biggest game of my career. is. ”

Although Australia defeated England by 64 runs at the group stage of the tournament, but Plunkett – who was not selected for that match – they feel that this result came at a time when the team first resided on disappointing results, Went a little bit in our shell “. . Despite a much better performance against India and New Zealand, he still feels there is more to come from the side of the team.

little bit in our shell. We know that we are better than we are attacking in a positive way without being careless. And I think how we have been for the last several years.

“When we have been killed [in the past], we have not taken it lightly, but we have put a line under it and went into the next game. But after being beat by Pakistan and Sri Lanka, Instead of forgetting about it and moving forward, a little bit, we can improve it by playing our positive brand of cricket.

“There was a point against New Zealand when we came back into the middle overs and we thought we could make 370. They are allowed to bowl well – they did – but we think we could kick them from there. . ” 360-370 could get both against New Zealand and India ”

The entire England squad reported Tuesday that it was fit for training. who has a powerful left hand drop and who has been with the England team in the entire tournament) and Ant Botha, to the left hand batsmen. With a powerful left-handed throw that is now the coach of Nottinghamshire)

As things stand, it appears that England will remain unchanged for Thursday’s game, which means that Plunkett is ready to keep his place and Moin Ali will be out again.

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