The absence of Jofra Archer, Ben Stokes and Sam Curran forced England to juggle their plans ahead of the global tournament, while they have been further complicated by niggling injuries to Mark Wood and Tom Curran recently.
It has left pace bowler Jordan and leg-spinner Adil Rashid as the two survivors of an attack that featured in a five-match T20 series against India earlier this year, widely regarded as a dress rehearsal for this tournament.
But Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes have impressed in the powerplay on their comebacks to the side, while Tymal Mills has also made an impact after four injury-plagued years away in England’s wins over the West Indies and Bangladesh.
Jordan said: “A few players have missed out through injury and stuff, but the chemistry between the boys and the way everyone has taken on each and every role they’ve been given has been tremendous.
“We had two warm-up games where we were searching for that intensity and going into that first game that was a big focus for us to bring our level of our intensity and let everything else take care of itself from there.
“Everyone is obviously juggled around and any time someone’s entered the game they’ve hit their straps and backed what guys have done previously. Long may that continue, it’s obviously just two games.
“We want to continue building on it, searching for areas we can improve and keep building as the tournament goes along.”
The responsibility of opening the bowling has fallen to Moeen, who has responded with a combined 4-35 from seven overs, and Chris Woakes, who has proven extraordinarily economical since his return to the side.
Having been overlooked since 2015, Woakes made a surprise return to the T20 international format earlier this year and in four matches he has played, the seamer’s economy rate is 3.61 and he is yet to concede 15 runs in a match.
Mills showed his prowess at the death against Bangladesh and finished with 3-27 in his second international since 2017, while part-timer Liam Livingstone chipped in with a couple of useful wickets against the Tigers.
England blew away the West Indies for 55 before restricting Bangladesh to 124-9, totals easily overhauled with six and eight wickets to spare, respectively, and next take on arch-rivals Australia in Dubai tomorrow.
“The guys who have come in have definitely come in with good form,” added Jordan. “T (Mills) has stretched together quite a few performances from the summer and leading into the tournament, he’s full of confidence.
“Mo and Woakes have really set the tone with the ball and everyone has come in and done their bit in trying to back that up. Woakes is a player that you just know what you are going to get from him on any given day.
“Obviously, it’s been a good start in our first two games. We’ve had good concentration, we’ve done some decent homework on the opposition, and most importantly we have brought that intensity right from ball one.”
England’s Fran Wilson has announced her retirement from international cricket.
Wilson, 29, a World Cup winner in 2017, played 64 times for her country across all three formats.
Wilson said: “I feel incredibly proud to have played for my country for the past 10 years and the time now feels right to step away. I am excited for the challenges that domestic cricket will bring in the next chapter of my playing career.
“Playing for England pushes you to the limit and I’m grateful for the experiences which have made me better, on and off the pitch.”
Wilson featured in three World Cups for England and was a member of the team that became world champions at Lord’s in 2017.
A right-hander and outstanding fielder, Wilson will continue to play for Sunrisers in the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy and Charlotte Edwards Cup, and Oval Invincibles in The Hundred.