Sunil Gavaskar
Sunil Gavaskar. (Picture Supply: Twitter)

The 2022 T20 World Cup began with a bang after Namibia and Scotland pulled off stunning wins in opposition to heavyweights Sri Lanka and West Indies inside the first two days of the match. Whereas India prevailed in a last-over thriller in opposition to Australia of their first warm-up fixture, former Indian captain and legendary batter Sunil Gavaskar picked each these groups to contest the ultimate of this yr’s version.

The Males in Blue, led by Rohit Sharma, received the higher of defending champions Australia of their first warm-up fixture after some breathtaking dying bowling from the returning Mohammed Shami. Though there have been nonetheless a couple of query marks over the performances of among the gamers, Sunil Gavaskar feels that India will make it to the ultimate this time round together with reigning champions Australia.

“India, undoubtedly. And since I’m in Australia so I’m going to say Australia,” Gavaskar stated on Star Sports activities earlier than the warm-up match between India and Australia on Monday.

Tom Moody additionally positioned India and Australia as his two finalists for the T20 World Cup

Former Australian cricketer Tom Moody additionally gave his verdict on the finalists, itemizing Australia, England, India, and Pakistan because the semi-finalists, with India and Australia going all the way in which to the ultimate of the 2022 T20 World Cup.

“I’m going to provide the high 4. Australia and England will undergo from their group. I believe Pakistan and India can be main the opposite group. The finalists, I’ve to say Australia and India,” Moody gave his verdict on the subject.

Mohammed Shami’s return will please Rohit Sharma, who seems to deal with his facet’s dying bowling woes within the shortest format of the sport. After defeating Australia of their first sport, India will tackle their Trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand, to conclude their warm-up fixtures earlier than clashing with arch-rivals Pakistan on the twenty third of October in entrance of a sold-out MCG of their first match of the ICC mega occasion.

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