While it might be a year away, but it is hard not to think about the upcoming edition of the T20 World Cup in Australia. Teams have already started to access their resources to steal the thunder of the highly celebrated competition.
Ahead of the all-important five-game T20I series against New Zealand, English pacer Chris Jordan spoke about using the preparations to be in a good shape and frame of mind for the 20-over mega-event. Jordan will be a key pacer for England as his death bowling skills are rated highly in the International community.
The 31-year old recently revealed about being extremely focused for the T20 World Cup. While he missed out being a part of England’s victorious unit of the 2019 ODI World Cup, Jordan wants to have that feeling in the upcoming tournament in Australia.
Moreover, the Barbados born still remembers the heartbreak England suffered against West Indies when all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite switched on his beast mode to smash four consecutive sixes against Ben Stokes. Nevertheless, Jordan believes that the next edition will provide his team a good chance of winning the tournament and they need to grab it with both hands.