The T20 World Cup 2021 Groups in a Nutshell
the T20 World Championship 2021 will finally return after a long delay. The tournament was scheduled for last year but was postponed due to inevitable circumstances.
It is the seventh edition of the tournament. The Indian team won the first world championship. It influenced the course of cricket history and spawned the Indian Premier League and other T20 leagues. As T20 cricket was taken more seriously, fans also began to take an interest in the format.
The West Indies team has won the T20 World Cup twice, with three of the six editions won by an Asian team. Will the West Indies make it to three or will we see a new champion?
Let’s analyze the make-up of each team for the 2021 T20 World Cup and see which one has more potential to win the game.
10. Afghanistan (6/10)
Afghanistan cricket team
At the head of the Afghanistan team is Mohammed Nabi, the number one T20 all-rounder. Previously, Rashid Khan was elected captain of the 18-man squad. However, he resigned from this office immediately.
There have been a number of changes in the squad. Dawlat Zadran and Sharafuddin Ashraf are absent. You will travel with the team as a reserve. Fareed Ahmed is also a member of the 15-man squad.
With Rashid Khan, Nabi and Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Afghanistan has three of the best weirdos in limited-over format. You should be able to take advantage of the slow pitches in the UAE.
Afghanistan’s bowling unit is pretty decent. The problem with the Afghan national team is their clout. Her fate depends entirely on Rashid Khan, which could affect her long-term prospects.
9. South Africa (6.5 / 10)
South African cricket team
They are among the most inexperienced in the tournament, with players like Faf du Plessis, Chris Morris and Imran Tahir missing from the squad.
Temba Bavuma will serve as the team’s captain at the 2021 T20 World Cup. Quinton de Kock, David Miller and Aiden Markram will be the top three hitters.
Tabraiz Shamsi, Keshav Maharaj and Bjorn Fortuin will take over the spin department. Kagiso Rabad and Anrich Nortje take care of the fast bowling.
South Africa has two of the best fast bowlers in the world. Plus, they have less experienced weirdos, which is a problem for the team.