ECB has long insisted the new 100-balls-per-side format, to be played by eight franchises rather than English cricket's established 18 first-class counties, is vital in attracting a new audience to the game
Skipper Joe Root wants to see Moeen Ali rediscover his best form for Worcestershire, but the England star will first take a short rest even as the second Ashes Test against visiting Australia at Lord's starts on Wednesday
Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid are integral parts of the England ODI side which won their maiden ICC Cricket World Cup trophy, beating a battle-hardened New Zealand in a nerve-wracking final that was decided via a dramatic Super Over at Lord's on Sunday
England have lost two consecutive fixtures, against Sri Lanka and Australia. Also, earlier on, they faced defeat at the hands of Pakistan. Up next they face India in the ongoing Cricket World Cup, and Moeen Ali feels that his side can romp to a win.