Former Afghanistan skipper Asghar Afghan has named his high 4 groups which is able to attain the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup 2022. The all-important match has already begun with the final group-stage match to be performed between India and Zimbabwe on November 6 (Sunday).
Talking on BatBricks7 presents Run Ki Runneeti present on CricTracker, Afghan mentioned that Australia is the favourite to win the T20 World Cup. Workforce Australia beneath the management of skipper Aaron Finch will need to repeat the antics of the final concluded T20 World Cup.
Australia, India, England, and Pakistan: Asghar Afghan
In a dialog with BatBricks7 presents Run Ki Runneeti present on CricTracker, Afghan mentioned that his high picks for the match are Australia, India, England, and Pakistan As talked about above, staff Australia will need to repeat the antics of the final concluded T20 World Cup. The Males in Yellow are enjoying at their residence and will definitely have a bonus.
Speaking about England, they’re coming to the competitors after defeating Australia in a T20I sequence. England additionally had a great run within the final T20 World Cup. The Three Lions have been knocked out of the competitors after dropping to New Zealand within the semi-final encounter.
The Males in Blue are additionally trying a dominating facet within the competitors. The likes of Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, and KL Rahul have appeared in good contact throughout the warm-up video games. They are going to begin their marketing campaign in opposition to the arch-rivals Pakistan on the Melbourne Cricket Floor (MCG) on October 23 (Sunday).
Speaking about Pakistan, they may kick off their T20 World Cup marketing campaign in opposition to arch-rivals India at MCG on October 23, Sunday. Whereas Pakistan dominated India within the final version, the Males in Blue could be keen to show the sport of their favour this time round. Pakistan not too long ago received the Tri Collection together with New Zealand and Bangladesh and misplaced the Asia Cup finals to Sri Lanka.