Zak Crawley Aims to Shine in England’s White-Ball Cricket

Zak Crawley white-ball cricket

English cricketer Zak Crawley is setting his sights on shining in the realm of white-ball cricket. Having made a name for himself in England’s Test squad under the mentorship of Ben Stokes and the tutelage of head coach Brendon McCullum, Crawley is eager to expand his repertoire.

Amassing an impressive tally of over 1,000 runs in just 13 matches since the onset of 2023, Crawley’s dynamic batting approach has often laid the groundwork for rapid starts. Despite his prowess in Tests, the 26-year-old is yet to leave a mark in England’s white-ball rosters, having been overlooked for both the 50-over World Cup last year and the forthcoming Twenty20 edition.

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Expressing his fervent desire to excel in white-ball cricket, Crawley, who has participated in eight one-day internationals but has yet to earn a spot in England’s T20I lineup, has shared his aspirations.

While acknowledging his dedication to Test cricket in recent seasons, he underscores his eagerness to make meaningful contributions across all formats for his nation. Meticulously honing his craft, Crawley is steadfast in his pursuit of refining his power-hitting skills, with the aim of sending more deliveries soaring over the boundary ropes.

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