England Cricket team leg-spinner, Adil Rashid, who has been in terrific form in the ongoing One-day International series against Australia, has reiterated that his team will give the hundred percent in the final game to whitewash Australia.
Meanwhile, England is currently leading 4-0 in the five-match ODI series. The host thoroughly dominated the series with the revamped Aussie side trying to find ground under their feet.
Moreover, they have played as a team with players chipping in with useful contributions from time-to-time. Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow provided the team an ample support while the spinners have also done the bulk of a job.
So far, Rashid has bagged 11 wickets in the series with the best bowling figures of four for 47. Most recently, he went past Graeme Swann’s (104) tally of ODI wickets with 106 scalps.
Talking to BBC ahead of the fifth ODI, he admitted the team is fairly confident to go all out for the kill.
“We are fairly confident. We’re playing well as a team as we have been doing so for a couple of years. It’s just another game and we have to take it a game at a time,” BBC quoted Rashid as saying.
The wrist spinner Adil Rashid also added it is a nice feeling to beat Australia and will give their best shot in the last game.
“We have the chance to win 5-0 so we are going to go out and give it our best shot. It is Australia, it is nice beating them but it is nice beating everybody else as well,” Rashid concluded.
The final match is scheduled to be played on June 24 at Old Trafford, Manchester.