“But you never know, he may turn up day after,” Moeen Ali hints Jos Buttler’s comeback for the 7th T20I against Pakistan

Standby captain Moeen Ali hinted Jos Buttler’s comeback for the 7th T20I against Pakistan, giving optimising after mentioning that Jos Buttler was “feeling good” and “training a bit more”

Moeen Ali said ” He’s training a lot more now, we don’t know though if we may risk him with the World Cup so close. There are games to play in Australia as well. But you never know, he may turn up day after.”


Buttler is currently recovering from a calf injury and the team management does not want to rush his return considering that the ICC T20 World Cup starts in a fortnight in Australia, due to which he has not participated in any of the six T20Is in either the Karachi or Lahore legs of the series thus far.

“Very happy (with the win), thought the way we batted in particular was outstanding. Shows if you stick to the process, you don’t have to slog you can play proper shots. And I thought the seamers were outstanding. If you don’t lose wickets early on, you can keep going. Good base, good shots, really impressive performance. Another good game, I hope, it’s been a brilliant series. We feel we’ve learned a lot as a group,” said Moeen after England defeated Pakistan in a dominate way. With 33 balls remaining, England successfully chased down their goal of 170 because to Phil Salt’s unbeaten 88 runs.