The real world cup fight will start today

It’s been a week since the curtain for the T20 World Cup went up in Australia. But where are India, Pakistan, and England? Where are Rohit Sharma, Babar Azam, and Shakib Al Hasan? These days were the first phase of the game, which many people confuse with the selection! After the first episode full of incidents and surprises, Super Twelve’s super fight begins today. Runners-up New Zealand will face defending champions Australia in the first match at 1:00 a.m. Bangladesh time in Sydney. Afghanistan will face England at 5 p.m. in Perth. Aaron Finch, Kane Williamson, Jos Buttler, and Mohammad Nabira will fight for excellence in small-format cricket.

Crazy Pak-India game tomorrow at 2 p.m. in Melbourne. Virat Kohli-Shahin Shah Afridi faces off in the twenty-two-yard battle. Bangladesh will enter the field at 10 a.m. on Monday, the opponent of the Holland Tigers in Hobart. In other words, the “real” World Cup begins today with a trans-Tasman duel in the Super Twelve. In the first phase, a big incident happened in the first game of the last day on Friday. Where the West Indies’ record twice was eliminated in the first leg with a shameful loss of 9 wickets against Ireland!

The T20 World Cup was introduced in 2007. The last time (2021) Australia tasted the title for the first time in the seventh season. And in the eighth season, he was given the responsibility of organizing the first event. Naturally, a different festive atmosphere reigns in the Kulin country. The eight teams ranked in the top eight at the scheduled time play directly in the Super Twelve this time. Whereas Group 1 Australia and New Zealand are with England and Afghanistan. In the end, they were joined by new Asian champions Sri Lanka and Ireland, although they suffered accidents. South Africa is in Group 2 with India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. The Undies were expelled in another group from the first phase, joined by Zimbabwe and Holland.

Last time out, Australia beat heavy favorites Pakistan to reach the final. On the other hand, New Zealand beat England in the semi-finals. Mate Finch’s side celebrates their maiden title as they stun New Zealand en route to an 8-wicket victory in the final. David Warner was the player of the tournament with an average of 289 runs to around 49. The sharp left-handed flyhalf said they would fight with their lives to retain the title on home soil. There’s Glenn Jos Hazlewood, stimulators like Mitchell Starc, and Glenn Maxwell, and all-rounders like Cameron Greene. The Finch force is very confident as the game takes place on its home turf.
The Australian captain however said that to retain the title you have to play as a team, not just two against one, “Two against one cannot bring you the World Cup. Everyone has to contribute. I think we are one balanced team in all aspects We have a few match-winners in both batting and bowling Last season’s final is over New Zealand is still a tough opponent We want to start the season with a win The boys are ready. From 2005 to the last T20 World Cup, Australia won 10 of the 15 matches they faced. One game is tied. New Zealand has no wins over them in Test, ODI, or T20 in the last era on Australian soil. Neighbors had to lose all 3 T20 they played on the ground. Captain Williamson said: “We don’t want to think about the past. I’m here to play in the World Cup. world and I will play with d different teams. You have to stick to the basics. We have several world-class cricketers on our team. Our style of cricket is important to us. We can’t wait to take to the field.

Defeating Devon Conway, Martin Guptill, Finn Allen, Glenn Phillips, bowling Trent Boult, Tim Southee, and Is Sodhi. There are versatile bowlers like Jimmy Neesham. However, Daryl Mitchell is unable to enter the pitch today due to an injury in the tri-nation series contested against Bangladesh and Pakistan at home. England will definitely be ahead in the other game of the day. After recently winning the series on the Pakistan tour, Buttler’s side also lost to hosts Australia.

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