ICC T20 World Cup 2022 has started. The battle for the Super 12 continues in the race for qualifying matches. There have been many ups and downs since the start of the qualifying bouts. In such a situation, it is believed that many equations can be changed till the end. This time Group 2 includes many strong teams, which cannot be underestimated.
The matches of Super 12 round will be organized in two groups. Group 1 includes the teams of Afghanistan, Australia, New Zealand and England. Group 2 includes teams from India, Pakistan, South Africa and Bangladesh. Group 2 teams can make a difference in T20 games. It is believed that after the qualifying round, a lot of important changes can be seen in the game. It is believed that there may be a loss in the first match of the qualifying round.
Explain that the entry of teams will be in A2 and B1. The qualifying group A consists of Sri Lanka, Namibia, UAE and Netherlands. It is believed that Sri Lanka can be included in Group A as Sri Lanka has seen very good performance in the recent Asia Cup. The Indian team will also create a big problem for all the teams.
Sri Lanka has been the T20 champion
Let us tell you that the team Sri Lanka, which has been the T20 champion, is performing well at this time. The team is in strong form, through which it can also do a very good job in reversing. In this way Group-2 of Super-12 will become a death group.
This team will be included in India’s group
They are the only team to have won the T20 World Cup twice, but even before this tournament, the performance of the team has not been special. However, the specialty of the team is their hitter, which is capable of licking the bowlers.
Scotland beat West Indies
During the match of ICC T20 World Cup on MondayScotland stunned two-time champions West Indies by 42 runs in a rain-stopped Group B match of the T20 World Cup on a scintillating all-round performance. After West Indies won the toss and elected to bowl, Scotland posted a challenging 160 for five with opener George Munsey’s unbeaten 66 off 53 balls with nine fours. Scotland then registered an easy victory by bowling out West Indies for just 118 runs in 18.3 overs, the only team to have won two titles in T20 World Cup history.