POWER-HITTING all-rounder Nat Sciver says England’s T20 side are in a good place heading into this afternoon’s second international against India at Hove.
England won the first of three T20 games against India at Northampton on Friday night to take an 8-4 lead in this multi-format series.
It leaves India needing to win both today’s match and again at Chelmsford on Wednesday to square the series.
Sciver, who hit England’s joint fastest T20 international half-century at Northampton, said it had been important for England to put down a marker as the white-ball leg of the series shifted fro...
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