Ross Taylor, the New Zealand middle-order batsman, has said that being prepared for all conditions would be important for teams at the upcoming ICC World Cup.
Reflecting on the much-talked about batting-friendly conditions in England, saying that there weren’t too many big scores then, adding that it’s the mindset that matters.
“You don’t have to go too far back to the Champions Trophy, when a lot of people talked about big scores and there weren’t a lot at that tournament,” he said. “You’ve just got to be flexible, there will be times when the bowlers dominate and the batters will dominate as well. You’ve got to be prepared for anything and adapt accordingly.”