Star batter Jos Buttler anticipates England to ruin the party for the Asian powers at the ICC event’s semi-final stage, despite the desire of the cricketing world for India and Pakistan to revive their World Cup rivalry at the biggest stages of them all. Only New Zealand, headed by Kane Williamson, finished ahead of England in Group 1 as the previous world champions advanced to the finals of the major competition in Australia.

Australia’s early elimination from the World Cup stage in the Super 12 stage has been confirmed by England’s qualifying. In contrast to England’s match against Rohit Sharma’s Team India, New Zealand’s semi-final match against Pakistan’s Babar Azam will take place during the T20 World Cup. Before India and England square off in the second semifinal, Buttler was questioned on England’s confidence in upsetting India’s World Cup celebration.

In any case, Buttler told reporters, “We don’t want to see an India-Pakistan final, so we’ll be doing all we can to make sure that doesn’t happen.” When questioned about the atmosphere in the England camp, Buttler said that his team is optimistic about facing title challengers India in the World Cup’s last game.

“We’re all quite eager for the game. A fantastic Indian squad, which I have no doubt will have strong support tomorrow, will play in what is in my view one of the finest stadiums in the world. This is when you want to participate as a player because it’s going to be a terrific event “Howeverler stated.

Additionally, the England wicketkeeper-batter provided updates on Mark Wood and Dawid Malan. Before their match against India in the semifinals, the English pair gave England a worry over injuries. “Let’s see their pull-up. We’ll do our best to give them as much time as we can. Woody and Dawid both left the field the other day with minor aches and pains, but we trust the medical staff. The England captain said, “We trust those two men as well, and we’ll give them as much time as we can.