England keen to increase unbeaten house run in sequence decider, says Woakes | Cricket Information

England have confirmed their mettle in one-day worldwide (ODI) sequence on house soil and can look to increase their five-year unbeaten run once they tackle Australia in Wednesday’s sequence decider, all-rounder Chris Woakes stated on Tuesday.
England haven’t misplaced a bilateral ODI sequence at house since September 2015 and so they can prolong that streak in Manchester with the three-match sequence evenly poised at 1-1.
“It is an unimaginable achievement and we wish to hold that going,” Woakes informed reporters. “It reveals how properly we’ve got performed during the last 4 to 5 years.
“We wish to win this particular sequence relatively than keep that file. Everytime you play Australia, you wish to win and… it’s going to be good for us to complete the summer season on a excessive.”
In England’s 24-run victory on Sunday, Woakes, Jofra Archer and Sam Curran picked up three wickets every, which triggered Australia’s collapse from 144-2 to 207 all out whereas chasing a goal of 232.
Woakes stated that England now have the flexibility to win video games with the ball too.
“Groups do realise that we will win from doubtlessly any place and the sport just isn’t finished till you recover from the road,” he added.
“Possibly a number of years in the past, we may win solely from the bat from that scenario however now we will do this with the ball as properly.”
England haven’t misplaced a single sequence throughout all three codecs since cricket returned from the COVID-19 shutdown in July, with sequence wins over West Indies, Eire, Pakistan and Australia.
All matches have been performed in bio-secure environments with out spectators in attendance because of the pandemic.
“The truth that we really received some cricket this summer season is a bonus,” Woakes stated. “For us as a workforce, to have carried out the way in which we’ve got… the workforce has pulled collectively and performed good cricket.”

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