The 7th T20 World Cup will be held on Sunday (9 pm AEDT) in Oman and the United Arab Emirates, with the best players in the world lining up to win the title and headline.
But the world has already heard of Chris Gayle, Virat Kohli, Glen Maxwell, Babar Azam and more, and there is no doubt that a new global superstar will be unleashed in the world.
Here, we select six people who are likely to play a major role.
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Ishan Kishan: Indian “Master”
India has a share of Little Master, and in a 5’6 inch (1.68m) Qishan they may have found something else. At his international T20 debut against England in March, a petite left-handed broke a shining 56 from 32 balls, surpassing his skipper Virat Kohli, who had approved and watched from the other side. The 23-year-old boy took the form of a slump during the IPL and was temporarily put on the bench by Mumbai, but returned to 50 for Rajasthan and 32 balls to 84 hammers for Hyderabad. I did. This is the perfect warm-up for the World Cup.
Haider Ally: Plunderer in Pakistan
Three months ago, the blockbuster Haider seemed to miss the World Cup as he returned from the UAE after violating Covid-19’s restrictions, withdrew from the Pakistani team and toured England and the West Indies. rice field. However, the form of a 21-year-old intermediate batter at the National T20 Cup in Pakistan gave him a pardon, including three undefeated half-centurys. Northern’s undefeated 91-off 53-ball against Babar Azam’s Central Punjab may have helped-impressing the skipper is by no means a pain.
Tymal Mills: English Speedster
Four and a half years after the international cricket, Mills, one of the best “death” bowlers in the game, has been recalled to the England team at the T20 World Cup. A back injury when he was 22 meant that Sussex’s high-speed bowler turned away from first-class cricket and test cap lures and focused purely on the T20. Mills, now 29, consistently surpassed 90mph (145kph) in Blast and the Hand Red in 2021 to replace another injured speedster, Joffra Archer.
Glen Phillips: 800 push-ups
Audiences at T20 love to see 6. That may be the reason why he won the Kiwi batter Phillips, who was born in South Africa. A 24-year-old tycoon who likes to do 800 push-ups a day has cleared the rope this year with an IPL played in Blast, Hand Red, CPL and more recently in Rajasthan. An orbital wicket keeper, Phillips will be one of the fielders to reinvent himself as an off-spinner and watch around the boundaries.
TABRAIZ SHAMSI: PROTEAN GUARD
The quest for South Africa’s first World Cup title has traditionally depended on their batters-this time it may be the key sham. Shamsi, a left-handed wrist spinner with a wide variety and excellent googly, was first born when Imran Tahir retired in 2019. Although not yet a common name at the age of 31, Shamsi is the highest ranked T20I bowler in. We have already won the world’s leading 28 wickets this year, with a career economy rate of less than 7 runs per over.
HAZRATULLAH ZAZAI: Hope in Afghanistan
As the world’s eyes are focused on Afghanistan for all the wrong reasons, pressure is being put on Zazai to show the glamorous brilliance of their cricketers. 23 years old is pure box office. Three years ago, he was inscribed in history books by hitting Abdullah Mazari 6-6 in a domestic T20 game and reaching 50 with just 12 balls. In 2019, on his fifth T20I, he recreated the brand’s blow with a record 16 six with 162 off 62 balls undefeated against Ireland.
United Arab Emirates and Oman’s next superstars, Ishan Qishan and Haider Ally
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