Jason Roy says England have 'unhealthy obsession' in the up coming New Zealand T20 Tri-Series meeting

Jason Roy says England have “failed to meet expectations” and have “busybody fixation” after two consecutive frustrating annihilations to Australia in the T20 Tri-Series.

The visitors have attempted to awe with their batting and posted worse than average scores of 155 and 137 in Hobart and Melbourne separately.

“We’ve failed to meet expectations as a group and due to that we have busybody fixation,” Roy said.

“We need to ensure the following amusement is a solid execution. It’s not just about being forceful and hitting the ball out of the recreation center, it’s remembering we have the capability and being more brilliant with it.

“Playing forceful cricket, a forceful brand and all that, that is not exactly what we’re about. In the past we’ve played a considerable measure more quick witted cricket. It’s been gigantically baffling a result of the line-up we have.”

Britain skipper Eoin Morgan missed the seven-wicket vanquish at the MCG on Saturday with crotch damage and his accessibility is by and by in question after he didn’t bat in the nets amid their pre-diversion rehearse session.

Jos Buttler assumed control as captain at the end of the week, while England keep on being without Ben Stokes, who has not been found in worldwide hues for right around five months, following a late-night occurrence which finished in a police examination and a charge of affray.

The Durham all-rounder will miss the principal meeting with the Black Caps because of a court appearance, yet could return for Sunday’s match in Hamilton.

“There hasn’t been any talk about it truth be told,” said Roy. “It’s out of our hands and has been throughout the previous couple of months. He’s an incredible advantage for our side clearly, not simply on the recreation center but rather off the field too with his energy.

“It is awesome to have him here however who realizes what will happen. He’s been missed the entire Ashes, the one-day arrangement, the T20s – he’s a star player and critical to us. There’s no shying far from that. It will regard have him back, ideally.”