England captain Eoin Morgan has already set his sights on winning the World Twenty20 (9/2 Outright Winner) in two years’ time after his side sealed a 28-run win against Australia on Wednesday evening.

England have cemented their position at the top of the world rankings in the 50-over format of the sport this summer courtesy of a 5-0 ODI series whitewash win against the Aussies.

And the team continued where they left off in the shortest format at Edgbaston with the in-form Jos Buttler repaying the faith shown in him to open the batting by hitting a fastest-ever T20 half century with 50 from just 22 balls.

Buttler finished with 61, while Alex Hales chipped in with 49 and Jason Roy’s 44, helped England to 221-5, their second-highest T20 total.

Aaron Finch did his best to end Australia’s losing run with an impressive 84 from 41 balls, but Adil Rashid finished with the best figures of 3-27 as England dismissed the tourists for 193.

England are 9/4 favourites with Betfred to win the 50-over 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, while Morgan is also looking another year ahead to the T20 tournament to be held in Australia.

The Three Lions last won the title by defeating the Aussies in the West Indies in 2010 and the skipper feels they are in good shape to emulate that feat.

He told Sky Sports: “We’ve got guys banging down the door and five of the top six guys could open the batting. We need to find the right combination that will help us win a tournament.

“I don’t think we’ve found it yet, but with two years until the World T20, this is the right time to start finding out.”

Morgan’s immediate aim will be to get the better of India in three T20Is, which get under way at Old Trafford next Tuesday, before three ODIs throughout July.

Odds subject to change.