On Monday, after Willy recalled into the squad for an upcoming one-day international against Ireland at their home, David Willey said he was inferred to bring about the ample of a “second chance” with the England cricket team.
David Willey, a 30-year-old, left-arm pacer and down order batsman, missed England’s winning World Cup crusade previous year, and it’s now getting clear that after a modification in qualification rules saw him bring in the way for Jofra Archer the Barbados-born fast bowler.
Willey is a long part of the England white-ball set-up, new could only witness as Jofra bowled the nail-biting Super Over that locked a thrilling victory against the tough rivalry team New Zealand, in a highly theatrical final at Lord’s.
Willey told Britain’s Press Association that, he would have loved to play in the World Cup for England, although, he doesn’t believe anything is going to cover up for being plummeted at the 11th hour of the match, that’s what we can expect from a beast.
David Willey, son of former England batsman and Test umpire Peter Willey, added to his lines that, he got a second chance after being added into the squad and it nearly withstands like a free hit for him.
According to Willey, if everything goes well then it’s fine, else he will enjoy till the last.
Revealed from the official Twitter handle, England’s 14-man squad for a three-match series against Ireland at the Ageas Bowl, includes Reece Topley, another recalled left-arm seamer.
Reece Topley, 26-year-old played his last international cricket in 2016, unfortunately, due to many severe back injuries, hold the player out of the ground for such a long time.
England squad for three test match series against Ireland-
England squad: Eoin Morgan (capt), Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Tom Curran, Liam Dawson, Joe Denly, Saqib Mahmood, Adil Rashid, Jason Roy, Tom Banton, Sam Billings (wk), Reece Topley, James Vince, David Willey
Reserves: Lewis Gregory, Liam Livingstone, Richard Gleeson.