If his bad form continues, Morgan is prepared to be dropped from England’s starting XI. Morgan is going through a tough spell. On Saturday, England and the West Indies will square off in a Twenty20 World Cup match. When Morgan was questioned about playing in the next T20 World Cup during the pre-match news conference, he said no. “I’m trying to,” said the England captain, “(smiling).” It had been England who had lost to West Indies in the T20 World Cup finals in 2016.
West Indies won the World Cup for the second time thanks to Carlos Brathwaite’s four straight sixes in the last over. Morgan stated that England has improved in the previous five years as a result of the defeat. “Some of the worst failures in a career, in my opinion, are more teaching opportunities than something to be ashamed of. It is my belief that if there were scars on the body, we would have lost a number of players who have made tremendous strides during their careers, especially in the last four or five years “said Morgan in accordance with the ICC.
This team’s evolution has reinforced his belief that whenever they’ve faced a team who had beaten them in some way, they’ve always sought to learn from the experience and move forward to become a better unit. On the 30th of October, England will meet its archrival Australia in the Dubai International Stadium, and on the 6th of November, it will face South Africa.