Cricket Betting: Morgan relies on Pieteresen against the Aussies

England’s cricket betting fans learned that Eoin Morgancricket, stand-in one-day skipper, welcomed Kevin Pietersen’s inclusion in an inexperienced side to face the Aussies in their five-match series.

Pay per head services found out that Alastair Cook, who is the regular captain, and very well known for his great cricket scores, will not play in the opening game at Headingley, as well as Test regulars James Anderson, Ian Bell, Graeme Swann, and Stuart Broad.

However, cricket betting fans found out that Pietersen will be there and Morgan is confident that he will be a very important addition to a side that is still learning their trade at international level.

“Kev offers a hell of a lot as a senior player and as a batsman,” he said.

“As a senior player he leads by example with the confidence in which he goes about his business. People rub off on that and that’s crucial.

Pay per head services and cricket betting fans also know very well how much an experienced player can help an inexperienced squad.

“When I first came into the team he was one of the more senior players and he was a guy you could turn to and ask difficult questions or have no hesitation in turning to him for a positive option.

“In that regard I think he’s fantastic to have in the squad and back in for the one-day series.”

Cricket betting fans learned that Morgan also confirmed that in Leeds, Pietersen may open the batting – a role that he filled before with very good cricket scores – with Bell and Cook not in the picture, and price per head services can’t wait to see if the player takes the role.

“It’s certainly an option. Kev’s opened the batting for England before and done well,” added Morgan.

“He also bats in the middle-order as a very explosive player. He’s very versatile in that regard so we’ll be looking at both options.

“Cooky and Belly have been very successful now for a couple of years and they’ve been a huge part of our success as a one-day team.

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“With the two new balls in one-day cricket it makes that role more difficult now, so it’s an important role and one that we recognise needs filling.