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England bowler Stuart Broad says he is confident of rediscovering his best form in the lead up to cricket’s World Cup.
Broad was handed an extended break from cricket at the end of the last summer to recover from a lingering knee injury and made his return during the Tri-Series with Australia and India.
The 28-year-old is yet to take a wicket in three games for England during the Australian summer tour, however he is confident of stepping up his bowling performances during the business end of the Tri-Series.
“My knees feel really good. It was quite a long lay-off, four-and-a-half months without any cricket, so it does take you a bit of time to get up to match speed,” he told the ECB website.
“I’ve enjoyed playing, I’ve played all the games on the tour so far, and I feel like I am getting better and better every ball I bowl.
“Hopefully I can peak in time for what is our semi-final on Friday and hopefully the final on Sunday.”
England face India on Friday for a chance to take on Australia in the Tri-Series final on Sunday.