ICC T20 WORLD CUP: ENGLAND TO INDIA, TOP 4 CONTENDERS FOR THE TITLE
Cricket Today|October 15, 2021
2010 champions England will be among the top contenders to win the T20 World Cup crown. The defending champions in the 50-over edition, England will be missing some of their key players like Ben Stokes, Jofra Archer...
RENIN WILBEN

The 2021 edition of the T20 World Cup is all set to get underway in the UAE and Oman from October 17. The event, which was earlier to be held in India, had to be shifted to another venue due to COVID-19. The BCCI, however, has retained the hosting rights of the event. The event will begin with Round 1, which will see eight teams, including Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, fight for four Super 12 spots. The top eight sides automatically qualified for the Super 12s. They are India, Pakistan, Australia, England, West Indies, Afghanistan, South Africa and New Zealand. In this feature, we look at the top contenders to win the T20 World Cup crown this year.

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