England captain Eoin Morgan believes the “outstanding” Tymal Mills can force his way into the squad for October’s Twenty20 World Cup where there are only currently “half a dozen guys nailed down” so far.
Fast bowler Mills, a T20 specialist owing to a congenital back condition, is making something of a comeback after injuries that have interrupted his career since his last England appearance in February 2017.
The Sussex left-arm quick, who can top speeds of 90 mph, will also have a chance to make his case in the inaugural edition of the Hundred, where the 28-year-old will be representing Southern Brave.
“If everybody was fit, I don’t think there are many nailed down,” said Morgan, speaking after England’s 3-0 T20 series win over Sri Lanka, completed in Southampton on Saturday.
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“There’s probably half a…