Ben Stokes recently retired from ODI cricket to focus on his Test captaincy and the T20Is. Due to workload management, Stokes is rested from the T20I series against South Africa. Here are the top 10 betting sites in India that you can open on your mobile devices and enjoy competitive odds and all the features you can expect from a mobile betting site.

After Joe Root stepped down as a captain of the Tests, England Cricket Board named Ben as the captain. Stokes led the team from the front and won all four tests. Three of the four Tests were against New Zealand, and the other was the rescheduled Test against India.

After the rescheduled Test, Ben was not part of the T20I series against India but played in the One-day International series. He was not looking good while playing the 50-over format and had a disappointing series.

Before the South African team arrived for the ODI series, Ben announced that he will be playing his last ODI match at his home ground Durham. He scored just five runs in his farewell match. Later on, the news came out that the left-hander is rested for the T20Is and The Hundred.

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Where does Ben Stokes stand in the T20Is?

Ben Stokes: What Is the Future of the English Cricketer in T20Is
Ben Stokes: What Is the Future of the English Cricketer in T20Is

England will play a total of six T20Is before the T20I World Cup in Australia. Three of them are against South Africa, and the other three against Australia in October.

With Ben Stokes missing out on the three T20Is against South Africa, He is with a three-match series only, later in October. He played only two matches in the inaugural season of The Hundred and will be on rest for the tournament this season too.

Ben will not play much shortest form of cricket before the World Cup, which can hinder his chances of getting into the playing combination of England. Although, Ben is an outstanding all-rounder, one that every team needs. But it will be difficult for the management and Jos to play him instead of a regular player. Read Mobile Bet365 reviews here and learn more about how online betting works with this app. Try it out now!

Since making his debut in T20Is in 2011, Stokes has played just 34 international games. He has scored 442 runs in 28 innings with an average of 20. But we all know what kind of a player he is and what value he adds to the team. Jos and company will play him any day than any other all-rounder. And don’t be surprised if he retires from the T20Is too after the World Cup to focus on his Test career only.

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