“Meet England’s Cricket Dream Team: Captains, Coaches, and Rising Stars!”
Players must be eligible.
Wales and England are represented by the England cricket team. However, in accordance with ICC regulations, players can be eligible to represent a nation based on their nationality, place of birth, or place of residency. As a result, some people are qualified to play for more than one squad, just like with any national sports team.
Birthplace and Education of Players:
Christchurch, New Zealand, June 4, 1991, HBC RFM, Ben Stokes*, Test Captain
Taunton, 8 September 1990, HBC Week Jos Buttler* (ODI/T20 Captain)
Tom Abell, Taunton, HBC RM, 05/03/1994.
Nottingham, August 13, 2004, HBC LBG
Birmingham, 18/06/1987, HBC OB, Moeen Ali
Burnley, 30/07/1982, HBC RFM, James Anderson
Bridgetown, Barbados, 1 April 1995, HBC RF, Jofra Archer*
Chelsea, January 19, 1998, HBC RFM
Bradford, September 26, 1989, HBC Week
Keighley, 22/02/1999, HBC RM, Harry Brook
Port Elizabeth, South Africa, July 31, 1995, HBC RF England Cricket Team Captain
who is the captain of england cricket team
Joseph Charles Buttler MBE, an English cricketer who plays for both the England Test squad and the limited-overs England cricket team, was born on September 8, 1990.
Coach of England’s cricket team
This position, which is usually referred to as the coach, has also occasionally been referred to as team manager or team director. The England cricket team’s head coach has been one of the people listed below. The job of coach has only been held twice, by Peter Moores, and it has been held by Duncan Fletcher for the longest (8 years).
T20 cricketers from the England team
Jos Buttler is the wicketkeeper and captain for the England team, along with Alex Hales, David Malan, Ben Stokes, Harry Brook, Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood, Chris Jordan, David Willey, Tymal Mills, and Phil Salt. Learn more about the tales and the T20 World Cup.