Ahmedabad, Oct 27 (UNI) With his ankle feeling fine, England skipper Andrew Flintoff may bowl against West Indies in their last group A match of the ongoing Champions Trohpy here tomorrow.
''There's a possibility. I'll bowl in the nets and see how I go.
I won't be bowling all 10 overs but somewhere in between. I feel good, the ankle's fine, and I'm confident about it,'' Flintoff told BBC Sport.
England have already crashed out of the event following successive losses to India and Australia. Flintoff, coming back from an ankle operation, has not bowled in the tournament so far.
The England captain, who has not clicked with the bat either, admitted that his side's performance has been disappointing so far but said the defending Ashes champions will bounce back in the last match to salvage some pride.
''It's the last game, we can't progress in the tournament, but we've still got a lot to play for,'' the 28-year-old said.
''We're playing for pride - and pride's a strong thing - so we'll go in there trying to beat the West Indies and go home on a high.
We're a talented group of players and can play, it's just producing the goods on the day,'' he added.
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