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World Cup 2019: Playing in IPL has helped English cricketers handle pressure, says Liam Plunkett

DNA Wednesday, 10 July 2019
As England gear up to face defending champions Australia in a high-voltage World Cup semifinal, pacer Liam Plunkett believes that the current generation of English cricketers are better equipped to handle pressure, courtesy their experience of playing in IPL.
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News video: Liam Plunkett: England are now a ‘different sort of animal’

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Liam Plunkett has warned Australia that England are a “different sort of animal” to their predecessors. The Ashes rivals meet in a hotly-anticipated World Cup semi-final at Edgbaston on Thursday.

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