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But not that the rest are lagging behind. West Indies have stamped their presence, racking up 421 in a warm-up game; New Zealand humbled India in another game; and, Pakistan has been slogging it out for weeks now truc tiep bong da k+. The South Africans, for once, aren’t in the conversation much, which suits them as they can do without the baggage of pressure that has hobbled them in the past. Then, there is Afghanistan, a team that can cause an upset or two. In other words, there isn’t a visibly weak team. But more than anyone, it would be England for whom this tournament would mean a lot. “I just can’t imagine what it would mean to the people if we win the World Cup,” says Morgan.
For a country that invented the game, and ceded its soul to Australasia, it would be quite a triumph. Speaking about sport under the Brexit cloud, John Williams, associate professor at the University of Leicester, says: “People are very anxious about the future. Anxious about the role of Britain in the world. Anxious about Brexit. Sport — football, in particular — gives a sense of who they are. Cricket isn’t quite there yet among the immigrants. But a triumph could kick some love back in children, if not parents. More importantly, it could help smoothen the crinkles of an anxious nation. “National identity is a complex issue, mired as it is in history, migration, culture, language, religion, but the sport has a way of simplifying the narrative.