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PostSubject: England world cup squad   Sun Feb 04, 2007 2:07 am

Batsmen: Ian Bell (Warks), Ravi Bopara (Essex), Alastair Cook (Essex), Ed Joyce (Middx), Mal Loye (Lancs), Kevin Pietersen (Hants), Owais Shah (Middx), Vikram Solanki (Worcs), Andrew Strauss (Middx), Michael Vaughan (Yorks)
All-rounders: Rikki Clarke (Surrey), Paul Collingwood (Durham), Jamie Dalrymple (Middx), Andrew Flintoff (Lancs), Michael Yardy (Sussex)
Wicket-keepers: Paul Nixon (Leics), Matt Prior (Sussex), Chris Read (Notts)
Bowlers: James Anderson (Lancs), Stuart Broad (Leics), Glen Chapple (Lancs), Ashley Giles (Warks), Matthew Hoggard (Yorks), Amjad Khan (Kent), Jon Lewis (Glos), Sajid Mahmood (Lancs), Graham Onions (Durham), Monty Panesar (Northants), Liam Plunkett (Durham), Chris Tremlett (Hants)

this is the provisional 30man squad soon 2 be narrowed down 2 the official 15 going to the world cup
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PostSubject: Re: England world cup squad   Mon Feb 05, 2007 5:19 pm

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PostSubject: Re: England world cup squad   Wed Feb 07, 2007 8:36 pm

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PostSubject: Re: England world cup squad   Wed Feb 14, 2007 6:39 pm

England have confirmed that Michael Vaughan will skipper England in the World Cup, while the only surprise is that Mal Loye has been dropped.
Injury-prone Vaughan, who is currently recovering from a hamstring problem, has played just three of England's last 35 one-day internationals.
Loye, who hit 45 in the second final of the Commonwealth Bank Series, has been replaced by Essex's Ravi Bopara.
Kevin Pietersen, James Anderson and Jon Lewis all return after injuries.
Interview: Chairman of selectors David Graveney
Interview: England wicket-keeper Paul Nixon
Chairman of Selectors David Graveney, said: "Mal Loye can consider himself unfortunate not to be included as he made an encouraging start to his international career.
"We have included Ravi Bopara because we believe he is a multi-dimensional cricketer whose all-round talents will help give the squad a better balance."
England's number one batsman Pietersen, who missed all but one match of the Commonwealth Bank Series, has fully recovered from his rib injury.
Three other players are not currently fit, however.
Graveney said: "Michael Vaughan, James Anderson and Jon Lewis are all still recovering from injuries at present and have been named in the squad subject to a further re-assessment prior to our departure for the Caribbean.
"They will continue to undergo intensive treatment over the next fortnight and the medical staff will be giving the selectors regular updates on their progress."
No official vice-captain has been named, despite the possibility Vaughan's fitness could be an issue.
Bopara (left) has unseated Loye

Flintoff deputised throughout the Australia tour, but Graveney said: "It's only right and appropriate that he has time with his family then I'll talk to him about his views."
He was vague about the captain's current fitness, saying only: "It is dangerous for the layman to quantify an injury.
"We have a staff who will keep us informed and we will give any player as much time as we can."
Any injured player can be replaced in the squad pending approval from the International Cricket Council's technical committee.
Graveney went on: "We have under-performed in World Cups and it's critical we start well and put in context winning our last four games.
"We are a young side and we have got to make sure we are on the money right away. Let's hope it's a very long tournament for us."
Ravi is a big-match player. In the game he played he was not inhibited and he epitomised the spirit of the young players around
Graveney on Bopara
England's first match is against New Zealand on 16 March. Their group also features minnows Canada and Kenya.
Bopara, 21, will be one of the most inexperienced players in the World Cup.
He has played in a single one-day international, and took the vital wicket of Michael Hussey in England's first victory of the winter over Australia.
Graveney said: "Ravi is a big-match player. In the game he played he was not inhibited and he epitomised the spirit of the young players around."
Loye, 34, replaced Vaughan in that squad, but his average of 20.28 was not enough to ensure his continued selection.
Paul Nixon is the only wicket-keeper in the 15. Graveney said that if necessary Andrew Strauss or Ed Joyce could take the gloves.
England squad: Michael Vaughan (captain, age 32, Yorkshire), Ed Joyce (28, Middlesex), Ian Bell (24, Warwickshire), Kevin Pietersen (26, Hampshire), Andrew Strauss (29, Middlesex), Paul Collingwood (30, Durham), Andrew Flintoff (29, Lancashire), Ravi Bopara (21, Essex), Paul Nixon (36, Leicestershire), Jamie Dalrymple (26, Middlesex), Liam Plunkett (21, Durham), James Anderson (24, Lancashire), Sajid Mahmood (25, Lancashire), Jon Lewis (31, Gloucestershire), Monty Panesar (24, Northants).
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PostSubject: Re: England world cup squad   Wed Feb 14, 2007 7:21 pm

Here are some quick thoughts about each of England's 15-man World Cup squad just announced at The Oval. Your opinions welcome.
Ed Joyce – Profited from Michael Vaughan's injury to become England's first one-day centurion for seven months and could be difficult to dislodge from the opening berth. Also, surprisingly, a reserve wicket-keeper.
Michael Vaughan – Trot out his one-day batting average and recent injury record all you like. Vaughan's record of 27 wins and 18 losses is up there with the best ever. Of course it is a gamble but a recent rule interpretation makes it one worth taking.
Ian Bell – His two half-centuries were the least shouted-about reason for England’s resurgence in Australia, although there remains a worry that nudging and nurdling will be less successful on the smaller fields of the Caribbean.
Andrew Strauss – Form is temporary while class is permanent but patience only goes so far. With Pietersen back, Strauss may begin the tournament on the sidelines, although he hinted at an ability lower down the order in Australia.
Kevin Pietersen - Officially fully-recovered from the fractured rib that cut short his one-day series in Australia, England's best batsman is bound to do well, although he needs to work more at partnership-building.
Paul Collingwood - Mr 110% has gone from the butt of Shane Warne's jokes to the object of his admiration in a few weeks. When Colly does well, England do well.
Ravi Bopara - Let's hope his inclusion as the Theo Walcott of the party is because he can bat in any position between one and six, rather than because he can "do a job" with his medium pace.
Andrew Flintoff – Surprisingly, England's Ashes captain was not immediately made Vaughan's deputy for the duration but he will play a key role either way. He could revert to opening the bowling and a return to top form with the bat would make a huge difference.
Jamie Dalrymple – His Chris Gayle-like off-spin could prove useful in the Caribbean, especially later in the tournament, when slow bowlers could prosper on worn pitches. His batting is a bonus.
Paul Nixon – Whatever your thoughts on the Great Wicket-keeper Debate, the 36-year-old Nixon did a good job during the one-day series in Australia and it was unlikely they would make a change at this late stage. He is not a top-six batsman but that does not seem to matter.
James Anderson - Memories of the 2003 World Cup, when a young Anderson ran through the Pakistan line-up in Cape Town, were beginning to be revived when he rediscovered his rhythm and swing in Australia, although that was before his back problems resurfaced.
Jon Lewis - For a long time dismissed as being too slow for the highest level, Lewis has proved the doubters wrong. An old-fashioned seamer, he could prosper in the Caribbean if the newer pitches are similar to their predecessors.
Liam Plunkett - After a summer out with a side strain he took time to find his best form. He is still inconsistent and may be relieved of the new ball if Anderson and Lewis return.
Sajid Mahmood - If everyone else is fit, Mahmood could spent much of the tournament enjoying the scenery but his pace could still give batsmen the jitters.
Monty Panesar - Perhaps the biggest surprise of the one-day series in Australia, Panesar is the only attacking spinner England possess, and he may need to play an ever bigger role over the next few months
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PostSubject: Re: England world cup squad   Mon Mar 19, 2007 4:44 pm

wweeyyy we still wernt gd enuff 2 beat new zealand nd evertym we bat first we post a shit score so we need 2 sort tht oot

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