Trott hopes final against India can lay foundation for successful season

Saturday, 22 June 2013 - 12:22


Jonathan Trott hopes England's Champions Trophy final against India at Edgbaston tomorrow can lay the platform for the remainder of a successful season.


Trott, third in the list of the tournament's leading run-scorers with his 209 runs behind only that of India's Shikhar Dhawan 332 and Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara 222, will be looking to help England to their first major one-day international title this weekend.


England has been trying for nearly 40 years and 16 previous tournaments to break their duck, and success tomorrow could act as a springboard for their defence of the Ashes starting next month.


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