The most prestigious tournament of cricket is going on in Australia. In which the top 12 teams of world cricket are fighting to become the world champion. The T20 World Cup is in midway, and the experts are predicting their favorite team for the semi-finals and final.
All 12 teams are divided into 2 groups, and the top 2 teams of each table will qualify for the semi-final. In Group 2, South Africa is the table topper, whereas the Indian team is on the 2nd position. However, the real drama is going in Group 1, where defending champions Australia, New Zealand, England, and Sri Lanka are giving each other a tough fight, and every team is giving their best to win each game. New Zealand is the table topper with 5 points, and Kangaroos have the same 5 points due to a low net run rate; they are on the 2nd spot in the table.
After clash between England and New Zealand now all the top 3 teams New Zealand, England and Australia have 5 points each, and if these three teams will be able to win their last encounter then top 2 will be decided according to the run rate.
In group 2, where Pakistan has a slim chance to make it into the semis if, South Africa will win one of the remaining two encounters and India will win their both remaining encounters. And if, there will be no upset, then, both these two teams should easily qualify for the semis.
Several cricket experts and former cricketer have been making their predictions. Joining the trend, former Indian women cricketer Mithali Raj has made her prediction. She predicted that India and New Zealand would play the finals of the T20 World Cup 2022.
“My predictions for the semi-final spot will be India and South Africa from Group 2. From Group 1, it will be New Zealand and a toss-up between England and Australia. And the finalists, there is no doubt, India has to be there, and New Zealand,” Mithali said.
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India has to play two games against Bangladesh and Zimbabwe. They have to win both games otherwise, the path to the semis will be hazy for men in blue.