Can Eoin Morgan adapt his game to be successful in the longest form of the game? It is the question on everyone's lips, but I believe he can.
There is no doubting the diminutive batsman's ability, but no one is entirely sure if he can translate his talent on the one-day scene to Test cricket; he knows he has a lot to prove.
The England selectors should be credited for their bravery in giving Morgan a chance, and the Bangladesh series provides the perfect opportunity to discover how he will approach a patient innings.
It has been questioned whether the Middlesex man has the aptitude to play a long and considered knock for his side when it really matters, but if he is given a chance to make his debut at his home ground Lord's, I think he will deliver.
The key aspect of Morgan's game which makes me think he can be a success in Test cricket is his mentality: he has always been the most coolest, most composed man in England's one-day side.
I am positive that if Morgan can get aRead More »from Morgan will thrive in his latest Test