KARACHI: England white-ball head coach Mathew Mott reiterated that the facet wouldn’t take undue dangers with Jos Buttler forward of ICC T20 World 2022 in Australia.
England white-ball captain Buttler, who has been recovering from a calf harm, has not performed up to now within the ongoing seven-match sequence in opposition to Pakistan.
Mott, whereas talking at a post-match press convention, expressed that Buttler may get an opportunity within the final two matches of the sequence.
“With regard to Jos (Buttler), he’s still a while off, he’s not a player we want to take a risk on at this stage, so close to the World Cup, and it was a reasonably significant injury that he had,” he stated.
“But we’ll just try and see how we go and maybe in the last game or two we might give him a chance,” he added.
Talking in regards to the nail-biting fourth T20I between the 2 groups, the England coach known as it an ‘amazing game of cricket’ and ‘fantastic opportunity’ for the participant to discover ways to play beneath stress.
Pakistan defeated England by simply three runs within the closing over after a sensational show of tempo bowling by pacer Haris Rauf within the 19th over.
“When we sent them (Pakistan) to batting, we were expecting 200 but they made that (167-run target) enough” he maintained.
Pakistan have levelled the sequence 2-2 following their win on Sunday with the fifth recreation scheduled at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium on Wednesday.