ICC Champions Trophy 2017: England aim to break jinx

Updated On May 31, 2017 05:02 PM IST
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Britain Cricket - England Nets - The Oval - 31/5/17 England's Joe Root and Alex Hales during nets Action Images via Reuters / Paul Childs Livepic (REUTERS)
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Britain Cricket - England Nets - The Oval - 31/5/17 England's Joe Root and Alex Hales during nets Action Images via Reuters / Paul Childs Livepic (REUTERS)

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England’s cricket team pose for a photograph before they get down to training for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. (REUTERS)
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England’s cricket team pose for a photograph before they get down to training for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. (REUTERS)

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England will take on Bangladesh in the opening match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 at The Oval on June 1. (REUTERS)
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England will take on Bangladesh in the opening match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 at The Oval on June 1. (REUTERS)

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Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid and Jonny Bairstow discuss strategy. (REUTERS)
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Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid and Jonny Bairstow discuss strategy. (REUTERS)

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Joe Root in conversation with Chris Woakes in the nets at The Oval. (REUTERS)
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Joe Root in conversation with Chris Woakes in the nets at The Oval. (REUTERS)

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Eoin Morgan, the England captain, addresses the team circle before practice. (REUTERS)
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Eoin Morgan, the England captain, addresses the team circle before practice. (REUTERS)

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England recently won the ODI series against South Africa but suffered a big loss in the final ODI at Lord’s. (REUTERS)
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England recently won the ODI series against South Africa but suffered a big loss in the final ODI at Lord’s. (REUTERS)

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Eoin Morgan will be determined to end England’s hoodoo in big ICC tournaments. (REUTERS)
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Eoin Morgan will be determined to end England’s hoodoo in big ICC tournaments. (REUTERS)

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Jos Buttler will play an important role in giving England an attacking start, (REUTERS)
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Jos Buttler will play an important role in giving England an attacking start, (REUTERS)

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Jonny Bairstow impressed with a solid fifty against South Africa and he will be the key in the middle order. (REUTERS)
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Jonny Bairstow impressed with a solid fifty against South Africa and he will be the key in the middle order. (REUTERS)

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England will be aiming to break their jinx in ICC major events. (REUTERS)
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England will be aiming to break their jinx in ICC major events. (REUTERS)

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In both Champions Trophy editions held in England in 2004 and 2013, the team have finished as runners-up both times. (REUTERS)
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In both Champions Trophy editions held in England in 2004 and 2013, the team have finished as runners-up both times. (REUTERS)

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Ben Stokes, who missed the last ODI against South Africa, will be vital for England’s success in the Champions Trophy. (REUTERS)
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Ben Stokes, who missed the last ODI against South Africa, will be vital for England’s success in the Champions Trophy. (REUTERS)

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Moeen Ali has been in impressive form, scoring a rapid fifty in the first ODI against South Africa. (REUTERS)
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Moeen Ali has been in impressive form, scoring a rapid fifty in the first ODI against South Africa. (REUTERS)

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Joe Root and Alex Hales also hold the key for England in the batting line-up. (REUTERS)
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Joe Root and Alex Hales also hold the key for England in the batting line-up. (REUTERS)

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Eoin Morgan will be determined to give England an ICC silverware after a dismal 2015 World Cup. (AFP)
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Eoin Morgan will be determined to give England an ICC silverware after a dismal 2015 World Cup. (AFP)

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Ben Stokes’ all-round capability will be key for England. (AFP)
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Ben Stokes’ all-round capability will be key for England. (AFP)

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Alex Hales will be important while opening the batting if England are to get off to a great start. (AP)
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Alex Hales will be important while opening the batting if England are to get off to a great start. (AP)

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