England have not reached the semifinals of the World Cup since 1992 and are keen to stop that run.
The BJP's success story can be taken as an inspiration by the Indian team in the ICC World Cup 2019 to bring home glory.
The likes of Jasprit Bumrah, Mitchell Starc, Kagiso Rabada, and Hasan Ali among others will be very crucial for their respective sides.
India would be playing two warmup games, against New Zealand and Bangladesh.
No team can afford losing the momentum in the middle overs.
Team India will play the first game against South Africa on June 5th.
While some of the players are only travelling as the backups, a few of them just might not make it due to too much talent in the team.
This World Cup, just like some previous editions, will bring into the limelight some new players at the global stage.
This team has the ability to beat a full strength international men's team.
These players could cost their team a few matches as oppositions are likely to target them.