Paul Collingwood believes England must be unorthodox at the World Cup

Having captained England to the World Twenty20 title, Collingwood says England must pursue aggression and develop new tactics to unsettle the opposition
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When it comes to England captains winning global trophies Paul Collingwood remains in a club of one.

Not that he will mind a jot if he has to share the accolade with Eoin Morgan in future. Of course, as things stand that seems the longest of long shots, given England’s 50-over results over the past 12 months and the lack of time for new players to bed in so close to February’s World Cup following the disposal of Alastair Cook.

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