ICC T20 World Cup Men’s 2020 Prediction Who Will Win
With the sole intention of winning the cup, each team will play with their full potential. Every fan will support their individual team. Every fan will argue with others (while watching the game and sipping the coke & guzzling down the popcorn) as to why his team or his favorite player is the best in the world. This is the scenario that we all are waiting for.
Yes! You guessed it right. We are talking about the T20 World Cup 2020. With teams such as Pakistan, India, Australia, South Africa, England, New Zealand, West Indies, and Afghanistan being qualified for the tournament already, people have started predicting as to which team will take the cup home this time.
Beginning with the No. 1 team in the T20 format, Pakistan has earned their spot here. Babar Azam, their best batsmen, is in full form and needs to be watched. Since the team was banned from IPL, it is difficult to evaluate their strengths and weaknesses. But as you can see, there is a reason for the team gaining the top position in the T20 format. Hence, every team will be cautious while playing against Pakistan and will not take the green flag lightly.
Moving on, people have high expectations from the Virat Kohli-led Indian men. With the motto of “bleed blue,” the team has the best batsmen (Kohli) as well as the second best batsmen Rohit Sharma. Sharma, who is still celebrating the victory of the 4th IPL Cup, will be the main highlight to watch. Next, how can you forget the man that brought the Indian team so far till here? Yes! We are speaking about MS Dhoni, who still shares his experience with Kohli on the ground from behind the stumps. Overall, team India is a solid contender for the cup.
ICC T20 World Cup 2020 Prediction
Next, it is also predicted that team Australia might be the one who can bring in the T20 World Cup 2020 trophy. Well, if you see the stats, it is pretty clear that the team is a strong contender. With captain Aron Finch in full form, rivals also need to look out for Glen Maxwell, Steven Smith, and David Warner. On the bowling end, rival batsmen will need to watch for Adam Zampa and Mitchell Starc. Seeing these all players in combinations will surely turn out to be a nightmare for most of the teams.
Moving on team South Africa and team England to have some solid players in line. While on one end we have Faf du Plesis, Hashim Amla, and Quinton de Kock playing for South Africa, on another hand we have Eoin Morgan, Moeen Ali, and Jonny Bairstow fighting for England.
Seeing the overall scenario here, one thing is for sure that there will be huge firework in this tournament where 4s and 6s will come out from the batsmen’s bat like a rocket and bowlers will take wickets as if it is their birthright. We are ready for all the drama and excitement. Are you?