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Australia former fast bowler Brett Lee predicts that India will reach final of T20 world cup 2021 and KL Rahul will be the highest scorer in tournament – Latest Cricket News

The turmoil of the T20 World Cup is going to start from October 17. India is being considered as a strong contender for the title in this tournament to be held on the soil of UAE and Oman. Former Australia fast bowler Brett Lee also believes that Team India under the leadership of Virat Kohli will travel to the final in this tournament. However, Lee wants Australia to win the T20 World Cup title and according to him, Aaron Finch’s team also has this great chance.

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According to Brett Lee, in this World Cup, KL Rahul will be the batsman whose bat will score the most runs for the Indian team. Speaking to ‘Fox Sports Don Com’, Lee said, ‘According to me, KL Rahul will score the most runs in this tournament. I think Rahul is coming into the IPL with a great performance and he is the peeler under whom the rest of the players can weave their own innings because Rahul scoring runs takes the pressure off Kohli. Due to this Kohli is able to play his natural game. And obviously this will be Kohli’s last T20 World Cup as a captain, so he would like to do well in it. India is definitely one of those teams that can win this title.

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The former Kangaroo fast bowler further said, ‘I am a patriot. I want Australia to win the World Cup and I think they can win, but I think India will definitely reach the final and I think Australia has a great chance this time. Team India will start its campaign in the T20 World Cup against Pakistan on 24 October. After this, the team will play a match against New Zealand on 31 October and will face Afghanistan on 3 November.

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