Eoin Morgan 'still has Test future'
Eoin Morgan can win his side back in the England Test side if he improves his technique, coach Andy Flower has said.
The Irish-born batsman struggled in the UAE and has been left out of the squad to play in Sri Lanka, where a similar challenge of playing spinners on turning pitches is expected.
Flower remarked that Morgan "has got some work to do on his Test game" and noted that his first-class opportunities will be limited in the near future as he is set to play in the IPL.
However, the coach added: "I still think he has a very exciting future in Test cricket," noting that at 25, the player has time on his side.
If Morgan does make a comeback this summer, Trent Bridge may be a good ground to do it as he made his highest Test score (130 against Pakistan in 2010) at the venue.
Fans can enjoy hospitality packages at the venue while watching England play the West Indies in a Test match there in May.
Morgan has made two Test centuries, the other being a score of 104 against India at Edgbaston last summer.
By Ted Walker