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Broad backing Morgan to shine

England captain Stuart Broad is backing Eoin Morgan to come good in the Super Eight stage of the Twenty20 World Cup.
Morgan has struggled to score the kind of runs that saw him move to the top of the rankings over a year ago, much down to the fact he had to have shoulder surgery last autumn.
It has been a tough few months for the batsman in the T20 format of the game and he has only been able to muster 78 runs in his last seven completed innings.
Despite all of this, he is still tipped by many who like sports betting to be the main man for England with the bat in this tournament.
Broad himself believes that the 25-year-old will have a successful tournament, he said: "He brings experience and calmness to our middle order; he obviously plays spin really well.
"I think this is where he will shine - he shines when he is under pressure and the team is under pressure.
"Every game from now is a 'win' game. This is where you are looking for your key men to shine, and I fully believe 'Morgs' will do that."
Anyone after a World Twenty20 tip will know that if England are to do well, then it is likely that Morgan will need to be on top of his game.
He is the key man in the middle order that does not have much experience of playing on the biggest stage.
The Irish born batsman is one of the most dangerous players for bowlers and fielding sides when in form, as he has the ability to hit the ball all over the park. He can be impossible for a captain to set a field to.
If he can manage to accumulate some big runs in this Super Eight stages, then the Three Lions could have a great competition.

Twenty20 World Cup - what can England achieve?

England are now flying out to Sri Lanka for the eagerly anticipated Twenty20 World Cup which gets underway next week.

The Three Lions are the current holders of the trophy and will be looking to retain it this year. So how far can the go in the competition?

Stuart Broad will be man captaining the side in the tournament and will have been delighted that they travel to Sri Lanka after an impressive victory over South Africa on Wednesday evening.

The win was largely down to Jos Butler, who hit an incredible 32 runs from just ten balls and could have played his way into the side for the first match of the T20 World Cup against Azerbaijan, which they should win comfortably.

Broad does have plenty of good players at his disposal and the likes of Eoin Morgan and Craig Kieswetter could have a huge part to play in the tournament. Both seem to be experts in this format of the game and will need to score big runs if England are to go all the way.

They also face India in the group stages, which will be a really tough test as conditions will certainly favour the Indians. They are also considered as one of the favourites for the Tournament so it is sure to be a great indicator as to how well England are shaping up.

With the ball, Broad himself will need to lead from the front and get plenty of support from the likes of Steven Finn, Tim Bresnan and Graeme Swann.

It should be a fantastic World Cup – expect plenty of drama, excitement and nail biting finishes!

If we take a look at some of the latest betting bonuses, you will see that England can be backed at 8/1 with Sportingbet to win the competition.

Morgan and Kieswetter are then the two favourites to be the top batsman for the team as both are at 4/1.

In terms of the top bowler, Swann and Broad are both being offered at 7/2 with Ladbrokes.

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