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T20 World Cup: Must be realistic.There are many candidates, says Iambishop

T20 World Cup: Former West Indies pacemaker Iambishop said Wednesday that he has no clear favorite to win the ongoing Men’s ICC T20 World Cup. Bishop says England, India, Pakistan, New Zealand and the West Indies are all in conflict.

India’s Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul run between wickets during a warm-up match with Australia in Dubai (Image courtesy of PTI)

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  • We have to be realistic, there are many candidates, says Iambishop
  • Bishop says England, India, Pakistan, New Zealand and the West Indies are in conflict
  • India launches campaign against rival Pakistan in Dubai on October 24

Former West Indies pacemaker Iambishop feels that he has no clear favorite to win the ongoing Men’s ICCT20 World Cup. Bishop has named England, India, Pakistan, New Zealand and the West Indies as dangerous aspects, one of which could raise the title.

“We have to be realistic. There are many candidates,” a former West Indies bowler bishop told Betway.

“England has a man who is aggressive in bats. India has stars throughout the lineup. New Zealand is starting to hit more boundaries and making dangerous bowling attacks. Pakistan is dangerous with the ball.

“But the West Indies now have so much experience that I’m crossing my fingers so they can work,” Bishop said.

Of these five, only India was able to win both warm-up matches. Team India, led by Virat Kohli, defeated England with 7 wickets and won an overwhelming victory over Australia with 8 wickets.

Two-time champion West Indies lost both warm-up matches, but Pakistan was shocked by South Africa in their second warm-up game.

India will launch a campaign against rival Pakistan in Dubai on October 24th.

Sri Lanka won a big 70-run victory over Ireland in a Group A match to compete in the Super 12 stage of the ICC T20 World Cup in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.

Wanindu Hasaranga (71) and Pathum Nissanka (61) sent to Bat hit a brilliant half-century as Sri Lanka recovered from the top-order collapse and scored a competitive 171 at 7.

The former champion then exhibited clinical bowling led by Mahesh Theekshana (3/17), dismissing Ireland with 101 over 18.3, winning two consecutive tournament wins and leading the group with four points. I did.

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T20 World Cup: Must be realistic.There are many candidates, says Iambishop

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