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Former West Indies pacer Bishop names favorites for T20 World Cup: We have to be realistic – Latest Cricket News

The T20 World Cup Super 12 match is going to start from Saturday, due to which the excitement of the fans is increasing continuously. Former cricketers and cricket experts are already telling teams the favorites to win the title. Former West Indies fast bowler and current commentator Ian Bishop has also joined the list. Bishop has named the teams that can win the T20 World Cup, in which India, England, New Zealand, defending champions West Indies and Pakistan are teams. India registered a thumping win in both their warm-up matches ahead of the Super 12 matches. Team India now has to play its first match in Super 12 against Pakistan on Sunday.

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Former fast bowler Bishop told Betway, ‘We have to be very realistic because there are so many contenders. England have very aggressive batsmen. India has many star players. New Zealand have started hitting a lot of boundaries and their bowling attack is also excellent. Pakistan’s team is also very dangerous with the ball. But West Indies also have a lot of experience and that’s why I think they can also do well.

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The teams of Australia and South Africa will face each other in the first match of Super 12 starting on Saturday. The match will take place in the afternoon and then in the evening, defending champions West Indies and current runners-up England will take on each other on the field. West Indies won the title in the 2016 final by defeating England. In that match, Carlos Brathwaite of West Indies made an important contribution to make the team champion by hitting four consecutive sixes in four balls in the over of Ben Stokes of England.

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