Former Pakistani test captain Rashid Latif believes India and England seem to be the most balanced team for this month’s T20 World Cup. The event will begin October 17th in the United Arab Emirates and Oman.
Indian and British players shake hands after the match (Image courtesy of Reuters)
- India and the UK look like the most balanced teams, says Rashid Latif
- The Pakistani team is unbalanced due to some complex inclusions and exclusions, Latif says
- The T20 World Cup event will be held from October 17th in the United Arab Emirates and Oman
Former Pakistani test captain Lassi Latif has turned India and England into two favorites for this month’s T20 World Cup.
In an interview with PTI, Latif said: “India and England appear to be the most balanced aspects of the tournament, but the West Indies have always remained a dangerous aspect.”
However, Latif said he would not exclude Pakistan as it would be a true dark horse for the tournament.
“I wouldn’t cancel Pakistan as if they could click to gain momentum and surprise many,” he added.
Latif said the T20 is an unpredictable format, so the Pakistani team can’t be canceled and anything can be achieved at a mega event.
Pakistan’s World Cup team, which departs on a charter flight to Dubai on October 15, has been placed under heavy scrutiny as some of the selected players failed to click properly in the ongoing National T20 Championship. rice field.
When a team of 15 and three reserve players were announced, criticisms were given to the selector’s decision not to choose senior players Shoive Malik and Sulfurers Ahmed in the reserve, as well as the name of Fakar Zaman in the opening round. was.
Latif questioned that young Azam Khan was selected as a reserve keeper buttsman for former captain Sulfaraz, and that Zaman and pacemaker Shanawaz Dahani were excluded from the main team.
The T20 World Cup will be held in UAE and Oman from October 17th.
A former wicket-keeper batter said he could feel some changes to the World Cup team due to some complex inclusions and exclusions without encountering balanced outfits.
“Now, if they go ahead and make changes to the team of 15 main members, the chief selector needs to resign ethically, and the other selectors need to resign as well,” Latif said. Says.
“They are responsible for choosing a team, and if changes are made, it means they couldn’t do the job properly in the first place.”
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