England Cricket team represents Wales and England in international cricket. England is a full member of ICC (International Cricket Councill) with ODI (One Day International), Test, and T20I (Twenty20 International) status. Basically, Australia and England were the worlds first teams to play a test cricket match (on 15-19 March 1877).
England National cricket team was established on 9 July 1739. The team has played 1010 test cricket matches and winning 365 and losing 300 and 345 draws as of 11 May 2019. They played 730 ODI cricket, winning 365 matches. Basically, England teams are ranked fifth in Tests, first in ODIs and third in T20 International by the ICC ranking method as of 12 March 2019.
England has selected to play ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 and they arranged this World Cup season.
England team Cricket History some information
Actually, the first recorded incidence of the team with a claim to describe England comes from on 9 July 1739. Here all of the team and total matches, and other details have given below.
Name England National Cricket Team.
Association Name: England and Wales Cricket Board.
England Cricket board first Information
First test status: 1877
ICC first status: full member (1909)
ICC region: Europe
First ODI match: 5 January 1971 against Australia team at the Melbourne Cricket ground.
Total ODI matches: 730
ODI Result: win-365 and lost-330
World Cup: 11 times (first in 1975)
Best Result: Runners-up three times (1979, 1987, 1992)
First T20 matches: 13 June 2005 against Australia team at the Rose Bowl, Southampton
Total T20 matches: 109
Result: win-54 and lost-50
T20 World Cup matches: 6 times (first in 2007)
T20 world Cup best result: Champions (2010)
Total test matches: 1010
Result: win-365, lost-300, and draws-345
England Cricket team captains and coach
England National team present captain all of the types of matches has given below.
Captain in Test: Will Rhodes in 2014, Olly Stone in 2013 against South Africa team. Azeem Rafiq in 2009, 2010
One day Cricket Captain: James Taylor in 2015, Jos Buttler 2016-18, Stuart Broad 2014, Eoin Morgan 2011-present.
Old captain: Paul Collingwood in 2007-2009, Kevin Pietersen in 2008, Alastair Cook in 2010-2014.
And also captain: Andrew Strauss in 2006-07, Graeme Swann in 2011,
Head Coach of England team: Trevor Bayliss
England cricket team players
In fact, the England team present national squads that proclaimed ICC World Cup 2019 team of England 15-man squads you can check here. England National cricket team players squad and more details are available here.
|Players Name||Date of Birth and age||Rule||Total ODI matches|
|Eoin Morgan (Captain)||10 September 1986 (age 33)||Batsman - left-handed||218|
|Moeen Ali||18 June 1987 (age 32)||All-rounder - left-handed||92|
|Jos Buttler (Vice Captain, WK)||8 September 1990 (age 29)||Wicket-keeper and batsman, Right-handed||127|
|Joe Denly||16 March 1986 (age 32)||All-rounder - Right-handed||10|
|Tom Curran||12 March 1995 (age 25)||All-rounder - Right-handed||14|
|Jonny Bairstow (WK)||26 September 1989 (age 30)||Wicket-keeper - Right-handed||59|
|Adil Rashid||17 February 1988 (age 32)||All-rounder - Right-handed||84|
|Liam Plunkett||6 April 1985 (age 35)||All-rounder - Right-handed||79|
|Alex Hales||3 January 1989 (age 31)||Batsman - Right-handed||70|
|Ben Stokes||4 June 1991 (age 27)||All-rounder left-handed||79|
|Jason Roy||21 July 1990 (age 29)||Batsman - Right-handed||73|
|Joe Root||30 December 1990 (age 28)||Batsman - Right-handed||127|
|Mark Wood||11 January 1990 (age 30)||Bowler right-handed||40|
|Chris Woakes||2 March 1989 (age 30)||All-rounder - Right-handed||84|
|David Willey||28 February 1990 (age 31)||All-rounder - left handed||43|
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