Babar Azam to David Warner: Players predict the finalists of T20 World Cup
The cricketers participating in the event have also predicted the teams favourite to play the final.
The Super 12 stage of the T20 cricket world cup will kick off today with the match between South Africa and Australia in Abu Dhabi. The game between the two top teams will start at 3 PM PST.
Cricket is an unpredictable game and you never know what team will come out on top at the end of the day. There have been lots of predictions about who will make the final of the showpiece event. Now, the cricketers participating in the event have also predicted the teams favourite to play the final.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) asked different players including Babar Azam, Hassan Ali, Chris Gayle, David Warner and a few others to predict the T20 world cup finalist. Here’s what they had to say:
The Pakistani skipper picked England as his favourite to qualify for the final.
The explosive Australian batsman predicted West Indies to play the final, besides Australia.
The Kiwi cricketer thinks England will most probably qualify for the finals due to their experience in these conditions.
Chris Jordan feels the West Indies cricket team will be the favourite to play the final. According to the English cricketer, the Caribbeans have a great record in big tournaments and will continue to do so in this T20 world cup as well.
The Pakistani fast bowler also predicted England as one of the finalists due to their batting depth.
With the Super 12 stage upon us, everyone has a prediction for who's going to the #T20WorldCup final.
Who are you backing?https://t.co/mFkn0bN3tW
— ICC (@ICC) October 23, 2021
The New Zealander picked England as the favourite to make the final.
The Indian cricketer predicted either West Indies or England will make the final.
Just like most of the cricketers, players from Oman, Ireland and Netherlands also picked either England or West Indies.
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