The ICC men’s T20 World Cup is scheduled to begin on October 17 and the summit clash of the tournament will take place on November 14 in the United Arab Emirates ( UAE ).
The marquee event will provide a tremendous opportunity for youngsters to showcase their talent and get the limelight on the big stage. Notably, many youngsters and new players from several teams will be playing their first T20 World Cup event. Also, experienced players who are playing from the very first T20 World Cup will be once again seen representing their nation in the 7th edition of the World Cup.
Meanwhile, the third category of players who will be seen in the World Cup is the veterans who will be making their comeback in the team after a long time. The players who had made a dream comeback in the white-ball International cricket set-up after getting dropped several years ago. In this article, we will have a look at those players.
3 Players Who Have Made A Dream Comeback In The ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Squads
The 29-year-old Tymal Mills is one of the most explosive fast bowlers to emerge from the English cricket scene. Mills made his T20 International debut for England in 2016 in the match against Sri Lanka at Southampton. Notably, he went wicketless in his debut game.
He played his last T20I game for England on 31st May 2018 against West Indies at Lord’s and in that match too he was unable to get a wicket under his belt.
Overland Tymal Mills has represented England in 5 T20 International games from 2016-2018 and was able to pick 3 Wickets at an average of 43.00 economy of 6.78 and Strike Rate of 38.0.
Mills had an impressive outing in The Hundred for the eventual champions Southern Brave. His amazing 90mph pace deliveries and change-ups in the death overs will be beneficial for England in the absence of Jofra Archer, who will miss the tournament with an elbow problem.
This comeback in the strong England side is a dream come true moment for Tymal Mills that too ahead of the marquee T20 World Cup event. He has got an amazing opportunity to have an impactful performance and get a permanent slot in the team. The 29-year-old Left-arm pacer will be hoping for a better outcome in international cricket unlike his last international run with England.