Support your team and get your England Cricket tickets here! In English culture, Cricket is described as “Quintessentially British” and the team is a staple in British sport. The England Cricket team currently ranks in fifth place in the ICC One Day International Championship, and they hope to soon bridge the gap between themselves and the top spot. However, unfortunately England has not been playing so well recently, they were thrashed by Australia in the Ashes this January after a six-wicket win in the first day at Melbourne. Hopefully they will be able to get back on form, ready for the Cricket World Cup in 2015. The Aussies seem to pose a big threat for the English team at the moment, and many English fans are disappointed at their performance. And now, England Captain Alastair Cook is threatening whether to resign after England lost all five Ashes Tests. In an interview, he was reported saying that he thought English cricket had to change and that he was disappointed that the team had continued to lose games. With the embarrassment of losing to Australia and the threat of Cook’s departure, will this push England into performing better in the World Cup? Be there to witness the action and get your England Cricket tickets today and support your team live from the grounds.
During the last couple of years, England showed a decline in performance, with a string of defeats against India, the West Indies and South Africa in 2008 to 2009. However in 2010 England won their first ever ICC tournament, the 2010 ICC World Twenty20. The team includes a number of notable players including, ODI and test captain Alastair Cook, bowler James Anderson and batsman Johnny Bairstow. Following their defeat in the Ashes, Alastair cook has said that he desperately hopes to ‘turn it around’ and help the team start winning some much needed games in the future. He has won a total of 29 of his 52 international games whilst being in charge and is one of England’s best players. If he leaves, the team could crumble slightly, so fans are desperately hoping this won’t happen. Hopefully England will be on top form ready for their matches in the Cricket World Cup and ready to take on some of the big boys of international cricket! For your chance to see England play live from the grounds, make sure you purchase your England Cricket tickets now!
Together with Australia, England was the first team to play a Test match in the eighteenth century and it was these two countries that formed the Imperial Cricket Conference along with South Africa in the nineteenth century. England and Australia have always had a fierce rivalry between each other, probably due to their long-standing cricket history. The two teams played their first One Day International in the late seventies and then England played their first Twenty20 match against Australia in 2005. Up until now, the England Cricket team has only won the ICC World Twenty20 trophy, but runners-up in three Cricket World Cups during the seventies, eighties and nineties. They were also runners up in the ICC Champions Trophy in 2004 and 2013. It has been a while since England won some silverware, so maybe this could be the year for it! In fact, England is yet to win an ICC Cricket World Cup title. Be there to cheer on your team and get tickets to see England Cricket team in action!
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