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Cricket World Cup 2019: Ed Smith selects rich and diverse England squad to try and conquer the world

Independent Tuesday, 21 May 2019
We now know the 15 men who are widely believed to have England's best chance of winning a World Cup in a generation
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Liam Dawson came in from the cold to take his place in England's World Cup squad, with Joe Denly and David Willey missing the cut. Dawson, the Hampshire spinner, played the last of his three one-day internationals in October and was not involved in the recent 4-0 series win over Pakistan.

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