Tournaments, usually held every two years, will be held for the first time in five years. The final edition was held in 2016, with India as the host country and the West Indies becoming the second champion.
The first T20 World Cup India champion, their rival Pakistan, who was also the winner of the 2009 edition, and ODI World Champion England are some of the favorites to win this coveted title.
TimesofIndia.com highlights the top teams to watch out for at mega-events.
India (T20 WC title win-1: 2007)
India, the winner of the 2007 T20 World Cup, will launch the campaign again as one of its favorites.
The Indian team, led by Virat Kohli, is currently ranked second in the world in the ICC T20I rankings and has won numerous matches, including Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah and KLRahul, with the exception of Skipper himself.
Extending a very warm welcome to King 👑 @ msdhoni is back with #TeamIndia and has a new role! 💪 https: //t.co/Ew5PylMdRy
— BCCI (@BCCI) 1634486362000
India is the official host of this edition, but it has been postponed since last year due to the ongoing situation of Covid-19. However, due to the pandemic, it is currently being played in the UAE and Oman.
Since the final edition of the 2016 T20 World Cup, India has played 72 international matches in the shortest form of the game, boasting a very healthy win rate of 65.3. During this period, India recorded 47 victories and suffered 22 defeats.
They also have a very good record in tournaments. India’s overall win rate is 63.6, with 21 wins in 33 ICCT20 World Cup games.
Kori is finally leading the T20I side of India after announcing that he will resign as captain after the previous mega event. And India’s most successful skipper in all its forms marks the curtain on his T20I captain with his first major senior ICC title as a gift of a swan song to himself, the team, and the country of cricket madness. I’m trying to take it down.
(Mentor MS Dhoni joined the Indian team prior to the T20 World Cup in the UAE-Photo courtesy of BCCI Twitter)
India’s T20I record since the last T20WC: M: 72 | W: 47 | L: 22 | NR: 3
Indian record at T20 WC: M: 33 | W: 21 | L: 11 | NR: 1
West Indies (T20 WC title acquisition-2: 2012 & 2016)
Defending Champion West Indies is a mystery of today’s international cricket circuit. They don’t dominate cricket like they did in the 70’s, 80’s and early 90’s, but they have won many games in the last decade or so, especially in the T20.
Skipper @ KieronPollard55 is timing them well! 💥 How important is he to defending the title of #WorldChamps? … Https: //t.co/ZIQ3gzOG0V
— Windies cricket (@windiescricket) 1634143681000
Windy’s is not only the current champion, but also the only team to win the T20 World Cup twice (2012 and 2016).
Cricketers like Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo are absolute legends in this format. Even today, their players are some of the most popular players in various franchise-based leagues around the world.
Their only drawback is their contradiction, which leads to them being in the lowest 9th place in the current ICC ranking.
Since winning the 2016 Cup, the T20I has endured a difficult situation with a winning percentage of only 35.8%, winning 24 out of 67 games.
Their performance at the World Cup is decent and they have won 18 of the 31 games so far with a winning percentage of 58.1.
They can be very dangerous in this form, and in this competition they have traditionally dominated. No one can forget that Carlos Brathwaite hit Ben Stokes four consecutive sixs in the final over of the 2016 final when the West Indies needed 19 runs to win.
Windy’s has a player who wins the crunch game on his own on the day. As a result, your opponent will be perceived as a dangerous side who knows what it takes to win the tournament.
WI T20I record since last T20WC: M: 67 | W: 24 | L: 36 | NR: 7
WI record at T20 WC: M: 31 | W: 18 | L: 12 | NR: 1
Pakistan (T20 WC title win-1: 2009)
One of the most successful aspects of this format, former champion Pakistan is arguably one of the UAE’s favorites.
📸 Pakistan @ T20WorldCup Team Training Session First Day at ICC Academy in Dubai #WeHaveWeWill | # T20WorldCup https://t.co/OJnQRSzlwq
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) 1634485442000
Pakistan was second only to India in the first T20 World Cup and became the champion in the next edition of 2009.
Pakistan, which is currently ranked third in the world in the ICC T20I ranking, has had an impressive 64.8% win rate on the T20I since the end of the 2016 edition. He won 46 of the 71 games played during the period and lost 20.
It also has a good record for the entire tournament, with a winning percentage of 55.9% in 19 of the 34 games.
Headed by one of the most exciting batters of recent years, Babar Azam, with the help of experienced activists from Shoreive Malik and Mohammad Huffy’s, poses an imminent threat to any team in the tournament.
On top of that, the friendliness of the playing conditions they have spent most of the last decade away from home, and Pakistan will be a force to consider in the UAE.
Pakistan’s T20I record since the last T20WC: M: 71 | W: 46 | L: 20 | NR: 5
Pakistan’s record at T20 WC: M: 34 | W: 19 | L: 15 | NR: 0
England (T20 WC title win-1: 2010)
England, the world’s top-ranked T20I side, has emerged as the team to beat White Ball cricket in the last five to six years.
The whole team was together today and it felt good 👌 # T20WorldCup # England Cricket 🏴י
— England cricket (@englandcricket) 1634486419000
They are the current ODI World Cup champions and won the T20 World Cup in 2010. This was the third edition of the tournament. They have the experience and talent to join any team in this format.
Under the leadership of Eoin Morgan, England has transformed into an all-round outfit, especially for White Ball cricket.
And since the last World Cup, they have recorded 30 wins in 50 games in this format, with a winning percentage of 60%. However, they have an average record for the entire World Cup, winning only 15 of the 32 tournament games they have played so far.
But with their team, England will be one of the winning teams in this edition as well, adding the T20 World Cup title to the ODI World Cup victory and becoming a World Champion in both short forms at the same time. I will aim. game.
England’s T20I record since the last T20WC: M: 50 | W: 30 | L: 19 | NR: 1
England record at T20 WC: M: 32 | W: 15 | L: 16 | NR: 1
new Zealand (T20 WC title acquisition-none)
New Zealand, a long-time vulnerable team, will definitely be a remarkable team this time around.
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— BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) 1634478031000
Ranked 4th in the world, Blackcaps has a very good whiteball team led by modern batting maestro Kane Williamson.
They may not be as flashy as the others on this list, but they can get the job done in a very efficient way.
New Zealand has a decent record since the final edition of the 2016 World Cup, winning 27 of the 57 T20I matches they played. This is a healthy 47.4 win rate.
They have slightly better numbers throughout the tournament, boasting a 50% win rate. They have won 15 of the 30 games played on the big stage of the T20 World Cup so far.
Will this year be the year the Black Cap has done something special and won the first T20 World Cup?
NZ T20I record since last T20WC: M: 57 | W: 27 | L: 28 | NR: 2
New Zealand record at T20 WC: M: 30 | W: 15 | L: 15 | NR: 0
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