New Zealand’s senior batsman Ross Taylor would step into the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament with a hope of being lucky in his fourth World Cup. Bringing solid experience of English conditions, the sagacious cricketer is optimistic about going well in the biggest cricket gala.
Ahead of the glitzy mega-event, the veteran cricketer has advised his teammates to stay ready for all the conditions. While there is a lot of talk about English wickets being extremely batting friendly, the 35-year old stressed that there will be times of bowlers’ domination and all the batters will have to be flexible to adjust accordingly. Moreover, the sagacious player is delighted with the format of the World Cup as he believes that this mechanism will provide a stern test to every unit.
The Wellington born also highlighted the significance of warm-up games as they would aid the Blackcaps to get their combination right before the start of the 50-over competition. After playing warm-up matches against India and West Indies on 25 and 28 May, New Zealand’s World Cup campaign will commence against Sri Lanka in Cardiff on 1st June.