The Poms, huh..? Gotta admit, I wasn't expecting anyone to roll that one out, especially considering England have made pretty poor totals (200-odd) against the Kiwis & the Aussies - & on both occasions the total was chased down in about 40 overs.
The biggest worry for England, I feel, is that they've only batted second once (against Kenya, chasing 177) so their batsmen haven't been under any real pressure yet, & their top 5 batsmen have only knocked-up 8 half-centuries from their cumulative 28 innings.
(NB: No English batsmen has scored a ton this series).
Admittedly they've won 4 games, however in the group stage they scored 666 runs but conceded 615.
The Poms are capable of good performances, but I can't see them being good enough to beat SA, NZ, SL & the Aussies.
they can put their handbags away for long enough to play some good-hard-cricket, they may
beat one or two (of that list), but they're really going to have to play out of their skins to beat everyone.
But there batting failed them, the real 'dark-horse' of the competition is England, who on their day could spring an upset or two over higher ranked teams