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T20 World Cup: Playing every game as if it’s my last, says England pacer David Willey.

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England pacer david willey( Left-arm pacer) has said he treats every England appearance as ‘if it’s my last’ following his heartbreaking exit from the victorious 2019 World Cup squad. England will face West Indies in Dubai on Saturday.

David willey is still have painful memories of being left out from the victorious 2019 World Cup squad. He was omitted from the England squad n the eve of the tournament as England opted for international novice Jofra Archer instead before triumphing on home soil.

“I don’t think anything that happens in my cricketing career will ever be as bad or disappointing as that,” Willey told reporters on Thursday.

“But I think the personal growth from me thereon, and probably just refocusing on enjoying my cricket, has been massive for me.The 31-year-old said that he treats every England appearance as ‘if it’s my last’ following his heartbreaking exit, two years ago.”It’s probably why I’m sat here today, back playing for England. I’m playing every game as if it’s my last and really savouring the moment of pulling on that England shirt.”

England will start their T20 World Cup campaign against two-times champion West Indies in Dubai on Saturday.With four of England’s five Super 12 games taking place at night, the English bowlers have been soaking their hands in buckets of water during training sessions in order to replicate the feeling of using a ball saturated by evening dew.

The biggest thing for the seamers, towards the back end when you’re sweating the most, is being confident about bowling yorkers,” explained Willey.”The margin for error when you’re doing that is so small… You can become a little bit more nervous about bowling no-balls and flat ones when that ball is wet.”All you can do is practice. Even if it’s just dunking balls in buckets and catching, fielding and bowling with these wet balls.

David willey also featured in the practice match vs india where his outing is not much appreciable.

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