Jose Butler The next vitality for Lancashire electricity will be displayed in Blast. Butler will play a total of six games for the team, including a return to the competition that the England star last played in 2018.
Significance Blast begins June 9, ending September 1 in place. Lancashire Lightning confirmed the availability of Jose Butler in a statement on their website on Saturday.
Butler has made just three appearances for Lancashire Lightning in the last three years at Valety Blast, and he is looking forward to making an impression for the franchise this season.
“I’m pulling on the red roses of Lancashire once again. It’s been a while, but whenever I return to play at Emirates Old Trafford I get a warm welcome, be it with Lancashire or England. I hope I can help the kids get off to a tough start.” I can and I will lay the groundwork for another race for the last day, ”Butler claimed.
Jose Butler will begin his life-threatening 2021 campaign on June 2 and June 10 at the Emirates Old Trafford in two home games against Derbyshire Falcons and Leicestershire Foxes. The devastating T20 batsman will then play four away games Worcestershire Rapids, Derbyshire Falcon, Durham and Birmingham until June 20.
One of the best batsmen in T20 cricket, the presence of Jose Butler will be a great encouragement for the Lancashire Lightning. He was a member of the party after winning the T20 Blast Trophy for the first time in 201, and had an excellent campaign in 2017 where he averaged over 500.
Glad to have Jose Butler at Lancashire Lightning
International commitments have prevented Jose Butler from competing in recent years. But with the team finding their star player for the games this season, Lancashire cricket director Paul Allott will return to the team of Jose Butler as a big boost.
“We are delighted to have Jose available for the first six Twenty20 games this summer. It will be a great encouragement to Glenn and the team. Unfortunately, we have not seen much of what we have in recent years due to busy international events, but I am sure “Their availability for Blast will inspire members and supporters. Strengthen the already strong batting line-up and the experience that a Cricket World Cup winner like Jose can give to some of our young players in the team will be invaluable.”
Lancashire fell short of the penalties last year, losing to the finalists Nottinghamshire Five wickets in the semifinals. The franchise will see a strong start with Jose Butler before they target the second league crown.