December 9, 2022
kevin prediction for T20 World Cup

The legendary batter believes there is a “very good chance” that the final will be between England and Pakistan. “I think the world of cricket wants to see Pakistan take on India in the final, but there’s a very good chance it’ll be England v Pakistan,” Pietersen wrote for Betway.

With the semi-finals of the ongoing T20 World Cup 2022 set to begin on Wednesday, fans and experts alike have begun to share their predictions for the exciting matches. On Wednesday at the SCG in Sydney, New Zealand will face a resurgent Pakistan in the first semi-final.

Meanwhile, India will face England on Thursday at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide. Many people have predicted an India-Pakistan final, but former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen disagrees.

The legendary batter believes there is a “very good chance” that the final will be between England and Pakistan. “I think the world of cricket wants to see Pakistan take on India in the final, but there’s a very good chance it’ll be England v Pakistan,” Pietersen wrote for Betway.

“I believe England defeated India at the Adelaide Oval. I really do, given the quality of the England team. But all I need is for Virat to take a day off “, he went on to say.

Pietersen also identified Sam Curran as England’s key player in the ongoing tournament, saying that he is “fulfilling that role beautifully.” “When it comes to the shortest form of the game, I love the left-arm seam and the different angle of attack.

We all grow up playing against right-arm seamers, and when we’re starting out, we get all of our fundamentals from right-arm bowling. So the slight change in angle from a left-arm seamer is something I enjoy “He wrote:

“Ryan Sidebottom was instrumental in our 2010 T20 World Cup victory. Because it takes a couple of balls for a batter to line up, that left-arm seam and swing, that different angle and shape, is crucial.”

“I’m a big believer in having one, if not two of those guys in your T20 side, and Sam Curran is doing a fantastic job for England.”

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