My Favourite T20 11 (England- Team Two of Eight)

In a Nutshell

I have compiled a team of my favourite players from eight different countries in alphabetical order. To be eligible for selection a player must have played at least one T20 game for their country. To be a Captain of the team a player must have Captained a T20 team at the very least for a domestic T20 team. Find out who made the my All Time Best T20 favourite players for England!

My Favourite T20 11- England

1- Alex Hales
2- Jos Butler (Wicketkeeper)
3- Kevin Pietersen
4- Eoin Morgan
5- Joe Root
6- Paul Collingwood (Captain)
7- Ben Stokes
8- Chris Jordan
9- Graeme Swann
10- Stuart Broad
11- James Anderson

Opening Batsman

Alex Hales has been a quality batsman for England in the T20 format of the game. He has predominantly been an opening batsman in a position that he averaged 30.51 runs in.

Wicketkeeper/Opening Batsman

Jos Butler has averaged an incredible 51 runs per innings opening the batting in the T20 format of the game. He also happens to be a good wicketkeeper.

Middle Order Batsmen

Kevin Pietersen was a quality batsman who could open the batting or play in the middle order. He averaged nearly 40 runs batting at number three and has even taken a wicket!
Eoin Morgan has the capability of batting at number four and is suited to batting in the middle order in the T20 format.

All Rounders

Paul Collingwood was a natural leader who stopped playing T20 internationals in 2017. He took 16 wickets in 36 matches.
Ben Stokes should be renowned as one of the best all rounders in the world who is most suited to batting number seven.

Bowlers

Chris Jordan has an impressive 63 wickets in 52 matches. He is right arm fast medium bowler.
Graeme Swann took 51 wickets in 39 matches. He retired from the T20 format at international level in 2012. He was a right arm off break.
Stuart Broad took 65 goals in 56 matches. He was a right arm medium fast bowler.
James Anderson was a right arm fast medium bowler that took 18 wickets in 19 matches.

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