David Willey bowled his way into ­England’s World Cup squad with a ­display of nerveless death bowling but, even with his feet up in the dressing room, Jofra Archer confirmed his ­importance to this side. As Pakistan threatened a remarkable run chase after Jos Buttler had scored England’s second-fastest ODI hundred, Willey showed his mettle just when captain Eoin Morgan needed one of his seamers to deliver. Willey gambled on pulling off his yorkers, taking two for 13 in his final two overs as Pakistan lost by 12 runs having looked well placed with five overs to go. But apart from Willey, England’s quick bowlers struggled and the attack lacked penetration without Archer’s pace as Fakhar Zaman matched ­Buttler’s strokeplay with his own ­brilliant hundred. Resting Archer confirmed he has done enough to be in the final World Cup XV, but for seamers such as Liam Plunkett and Willey this was an important chance. Plunkett lacked penetration while Chris Woakes appears short of fitness. Woakes has done enough in the past to be certain of a World Cup berth. Plunkett is now fighting with Tom Curran for the final slot. It was a flat pitch, with no help for the bowlers, but that is what wil...