On Tuesday, India will kick-off their 2018 English tour with the first T20I of three-match T20I series at Old Trafford (Manchester). It will be a big test for both top cricketing members as India is the no.2 T20I ranked team while England is the no.4 T20I ranked team.
The present Indian bowling group is known as one of the best bowling teams while England has a powerful and long batting line-up who can take away the match from any situation.
While the Indian bowlers are gradually conquering the world cricket, it will be a real test for them as England cricket team has the most dangerous batting line-up in the present world cricket.
Here, we are briefly mentioning the five English batsmen who can become a threat for the Indian bowlers in the three-match T20I series.
The 27-year-old right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman is in a lethal form with the bat. Once he is getting set in the crease, which is very often, the opponent bowlers are finding very difficult to dismiss him. Buttler is consistently taking responsibility to shape the game for his team as well as to finish the game successfully.
Buttler has scored 1,130 runs in his 62 T20Is with the average of 26.27 and the strike-rate of 136.80. His best T20I knock is 73* against Sri Lanka at Southampton on July 5, 2016.