The ICC T20 World Cup 2021 will be played from October 17 onwards in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman. The last of the competition will be played on November fourteenth. This version of the competition is facilitated by the BCCI.
Initially, the 2021 version of the T20 World Cup was to be held in India, notwithstanding, the nation experienced the second influx of the COVID-19 pandemic and in July, it was chosen by the BCCI and ICC that the competition would be moved to the UAE and Oman, which had been picked as the reinforcement scenes.
The competition sees the hosts India and 7 other highest level T20I groups qualify straightforwardly for the Super 12s round. Out of the principle rundown of groups, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh didn’t meet all requirements for the Super 12s and on second thought will go through a passing initial round.
The first round has 8 groups separated into two gatherings with Group A comprising of Ireland, Namibia, Netherlands, and Sri Lanka. Gathering B comprises Bangladesh, Oman, Papua New Guinea, and Scotland. The best two positioned groups in the two gatherings will fit the bill for the principle draw.
Cricket Ireland has long been at the forefront of trying to find a solution for the World Cup – a flagship event that has often been muddied by baffling formats and stained by an elitist perception.
“We’ve put forward three papers on World Cup structures in the last 12 years,” Holdsworth said. “We didn’t feel like the (16-team) 2007 format was good enough even though Ireland did well (making it to the Super 8 stage).
Another team that will make it into the Super 12 in Group A will be the Ireland team, considering their experienced lineup.
Scotland placed with Bangladesh, Papua New Guinea, and Oman. This means, the chance is wide open for the second team to qualify for the Super 12 after Bangladesh, we are putting our bet on Scotland to make it into the super 12.
The squad of Srilanka will be led by Dasun Shanaka as the team begin their campaign on 18 October against Namibia in Abu Dhabi in Group A of the First Round, where they have also drawn Ireland and the Netherlands.
It is unfortunate that the 2014 T20 World cup champions have to play qualifier for the ICC T20 WC 2021, but with the promising side, they will make a Super 12 without losing a single match.
With the series against New Zealand done and tidied, Bangladesh has declared its crew for the impending T20 World Cup in the UAE. With Tamim Iqbal quitting, Mahmuddulah has been given the rules, while Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqru Rahim make the center of the side. The crew doesn’t see many shocks, with just experienced pacer Rubel Hossain dropping to the rundown of backup players for the competition.
Winning back-to-back series against Australia and New Zealand will be a morale boost for the Bangladesh team, with this confidence, without any complication they will make it into the super 12.
A Sure-shot from Srilanka and Ireland from Group A and Bangladesh and Scotland from Group B will make up to Successful Team 12.