Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar (Picture Supply: Instagram/Sachin Tendulkar)

Legendary batter Sachin Tendulkar picked the highest 4 groups within the ongoing T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia and revealed his want to see the boys in blue profitable the title. The previous Indian cricketer picked the hosts and defending champions, Australia in his record whereas together with the primary ranked T20I crew, India as effectively.  

He additional went on to select Pakistan and England as the opposite two groups to finish his high 4 nations within the match and spoke in regards to the menace New Zealand and South Africa may herald. The mega ICC occasion bought underway on October 16 with the Spherical 1 and thus far, the match has seen quite a lot of twists and upsets already. 

The Tremendous 12 stage commences on October 22 and can function the highest eight ranked groups competing in two teams whereas 4 groups will progress from the qualifier levels. Notably, many of the consultants have gone in with Australia and India to be the favourites for the match and Tendulkar defined the circumstances which could favour particular groups.  

New Zealand are the darkish horse as are South Africa: Sachin Tendulkar 

Tendulkar talked about that he want to see the Indian crew elevate the trophy and listed the highest 4 nations within the match. The 49-year-old famous about runners up of the earlier version, New Zealand to be the darkish horses. He added that South Africa can’t be taken possible due to the same form of circumstances at residence.  

“I might clearly need India to be the champions however my high 4 could be India, Pakistan, Australia and England. New Zealand are the darkish horse as are South Africa… These are the circumstances South Africans get to come across at residence in September-October. They’re used to such circumstances,” Sachin Tendulkar mentioned in an interview with Telegraph India. 

India will begin their T20 World Cup 2022 marketing campaign towards arch-rivals Pakistan on October 23 on the Melbourne Cricket Floor.