England is not going to panic in the World Cup, says Captain Morgan

CARDIFF (United Kingdom): Eoin Morgan He says England will not panic when they try to put their World Cup campaign against Bangladesh back on track after their tough loss to Pakistan.


The hosts began their bid to win their first World Cup with a complete victory of 104 races against South Africa before they stumbled in their second game, losing by 14 races.

Captain Morgan said England would not change its aggressive approach in Saturday's game in Cardiff.

The tactics of England have been based on the intrepid attack of their powerful batters and they are also aggressive as a bowling unit, with the rhythm of Jofra Archer and Mark Wood.

All we talk about is sticking to what we do well, seeing our strengths, he said on Friday at his pre-match press conference in the capital of Wales.

Before starting the tournament, we talk about losing games. How would we react? With what would we face that?

Everything returns to focus on ourselves, on how we win cricket games and get the best of ourselves.

England turned its attack on Trent's bridge, bringing Mark Wood to Liam Plunkett.

Conditions are expected to be friendlier for sailors in Wales, which means that Plunkett could return instead of a roulette wheel.

We'll see another day where the window is covered, Morgan said. The releases here have been a little greener and more seam-friendly, so that's a potential (option), yes.

Bangladesh, which defeated England in the last two World Cups, is in a position similar to that of England, having won a victory over South Africa with a defeat to New Zealand.

It's going to be a difficult game, they are a good team. I think people underestimate them, but certainly not, Morgan said.

Your senior players, especially, have played many games, more than our senior players. They are a threat, but we hope we can play well and overcome it.