Former South African cricketer AB de Villiers He predicted that Team New Zealand and India will play the final of the ongoing T20 World Cup next Sunday (November 13) at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). He also believes that India will have the last laugh as he lifts the prestigious title.
“I think India will play New Zealand in the final and I think India will win. Everyone is playing well, Suryakumar is in good shape, Virat looks good. Rohit didn’t have his best runs but he’s a great player who will come to the party at the most important time.
The whole team of India is very talented. So I’m looking forward to them having a great game against England, which I think is the biggest test. “I believe they will lift the trophy if they win the semi-finals,” he said. AB de Villiers quotation by Republicworld.
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Dilemmas before semi-finals for India
It would be fair to say that they haven’t played their best cricket in the tournament so far, even though they’ve surpassed the India group. There are still a few decisions to be made Rohit Sharma & Co ahead of their semi-final match against England at Adelaide Stadium on Thursday 10 November.
First they have to choose between Dinesh Karthik and Rishabh Pant. Karthik entered the event as a first-choice goalkeeper, but was relegated after his disappointing run with the bat in the last game. Pant, on the other hand, could not seize the opportunity as he could only score three points.
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Second, the Men in Blue will have to decide whether they want to stick with Ravi Ashwin or finally promote him. Yuzvendra Shahal. Ashwin didn’t look his best as he leaked runs and failed to make enough progress for his side. Chahal, on the other hand, has been a minor pick option for the team over the past few years.
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