Former England skipper Alastair Cook has now revealed some startling details about David Warner's conduct on the field in his autobiography.
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Cook believes that the in-form English side will clinch maiden World Cup.
Last week against the Cambridge MCC University side, he smashed 150 runs with the bat– his first century after receiving a knighthood.
Cook slammed an unbeaten 150 against The Cambs MCCU.
"You can never say no totally."
"Any one of the top eight can score that match-winning hundred."
"Fail to prepare and you prepare to fail."
Foakes seems to have cemented his place in the Test team after playing just three games in which he scored 277 runs at an average of 69-plus.