England’s Mark Wood hoping to hit top gear in time for T20 World Cup | Cricket News – Times of India


England bowler Mark Wooden mentioned he’s hopeful he can return to full health and hit his peak “on the proper time” forward of this 12 months’s Twenty20 World Cup in Australia.
Wooden, who missed all the English summer time on account of an elbow damage, marked his return to worldwide cricket with three wickets in England’s 63-run win over Pakistan in Karachi on Friday.
“My physique feels OK,” Wooden instructed Sky Sports activities after the win. “I will in all probability reside on an ice machine now…
“What’s essential for me is that I do not need to go too onerous at times I am not prepared for Australia. I’ve received to peak on the proper time, after which on the subject of that World Cup, I am match and firing.
“I am just a bit bit drained. It is my first sport shortly however really I felt fairly good main into it. I’ve completed a great deal of time within the fitness center, numerous working, however nothing is identical as taking part in a sport.”
England, who took a 2-1 lead within the seven-match collection with the win, will subsequent face Pakistan on Sunday as either side proceed preparations for the Oct. 16-Nov. 13 T20 World Cup.


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