Adam Gilchrist Picks His Top-4 Teams To Win The ODI World 2023

The ODI World Cup 2023 is just around the corner and experts are giving their opinion on all the aspects of this event. Now, former Australian legendary wicket-keeper batter Adam Gilchrist has picked his four teams that could make it into the semi-final of this biggest ICC tournament.

Gilchrist has been part of the World cup winning team for his nation and while picking his four potential teams he kept Pakistan, India, England, and Australia. All the teams are giving the final touch to their preparation and now Australia is also arriving in India for the three-match ODI series which is important for both the teams, starting on September 22.

While talking to the press during a promotional event in Ahmedabad, Gilchrist said,”I think India and Pakistan could feature, Australia and England are another two teams.”

Gilchrist expresses optimism that the five-time champion team, Australia will perform strongly in India. This confidence is based on their previous success in winning a bilateral series 2-1 in March 2023 on Indian soil.

“Australia will learn a lot from their efforts in South Africa when they come to India. They have got three games before the World Cup against India. So, they will have a bit more of a full-strength squad there, that might tell us a bit about where they are at,” Gilchrist said about the Australian team.

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“Adam Zampa, in South Africa, was at the receiving end a little bit but it’s different conditions out here in India with different pitches and he is a world-class spin bowler, and he has shown that particularly across T20 cricket, and now he gets his chance in the 50-over World Cup. So it’s a very knowledgeable group and they are going to have to use all that experience against batting line-ups across the globe and play without fear,” he further added.

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