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Danish Kaneria (Image credit: Twitter)
Danish Kaneria (Image credit: Twitter)
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Danish Kaneria Picks West Indies, England, India As 2021 T20I World Cup Final Contenders

Danish Kaneria, former Pakistan leg-spinner has opened up on which teams participating in the 2021 T20I WC could make it to the final of the upcoming T20 World Cup. Groups for the showpiece event were drawn on Friday and there are some interesting match-ups to watch out for.

Group A can be considered the ‘Group of Death’ with the likes of West Indies, Australia, England, and South Africa in it. However, Danish Kaneria believes the way West Indies have thumped Australia 4-1 in the T20I series, they will be one of the favorites to make it to the final.

Danish Kaneria @ AFP
Danish Kaneria. Photo Credit: AFP.

Danish Kaneria: India Favourites To Make It To The 2021 T20 World Cup Final

Speaking to India News, Danish Kaneria also backed England to give defending champions 2016 T20I World Cup winner West Indies strong competition and make it to the final. Group B consists of India, Pakistan, New Zealand, and Afghanistan so far. Danish Kaneria had no hesitation in stating that India is overwhelming favorites from this group to make it to the final.

“If I look at Group 1, the way West Indies have formed their team and the way they are playing against Australia, they are strong contenders. Between West Indies and England I think one team will make it to the final.

“In Group 2, India have quality cricketers and all-rounders. IPL 2021 phase two will happen before the T20 World Cup so it will favour India make it to the final because the players will be in touch,” Danish Kaneria stated.

Evin Lewis acknowledges his half-century AFP
Evin Lewis acknowledges his half-century AFP

Evin Lewis’ sparkling display with the bat (79 off 34 balls) and scintillating fielding give West Indies a 4-1 margin over Australia with a 16 run win in the 5th T20I. West Indies won the 1st T20I by 18 runs with Andre Russell scoring 51 runs and Obed McCoy taking 4 scalps.

West Indies won the 2nd T20I by 56 runs with Shimron Hetmyer(61) and Hayden Walsh(3/29) contributing. West Indies successfully chased 142 in the 3rd with Chris Gayle scoring 67. Lendl Simmons’ 72 went in vain as Australia won the 4th with only 4 runs. Mitchell Marsh amassed maximum- 219 runs besides taking 8 scalps while Hayden Walsh picked 12 wickets.

Danish Kaneria: From The Commercial Point Of View India And Pakistan Match Would Generate A Lot Of Revenue

India and Pakistan have once again been drawn in the same group for the T20 World Cup and Danish Kaneria feels it is an exciting moment for fans from both countries. As India and Pakistan don’t play bilateral cricket against each other, their encounters in ICC events are always highly anticipated. Danish Kaneria feels the match will also help the ICC financially as viewership increases in India-Pakistan games and it makes a difference in the revenue generated.

“India-Pakistan games and viewed more than the Ashes. India and Pakistan are not playing bilateral series. So people wait with anticipation for the times when these two teams meet in ICC events. From the commercial point of view this would also generate a lot of revenue,” Danish Kaneria signed off.

India and Pakistan rarely play against each other but have a heated rivalry. (Photo by Tharaka Basnayaka/NurPhoto via Getty Images) NURPHOTO VIA GETTY IMAGES
India and Pakistan rarely play against each other but have a heated rivalry. (Photo by Tharaka Basnayaka/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

India and Pakistan have not played the Test series for more than 14 years. As far as bilateral series in ODIs and T20Is are concerned, it has been over eight years. While they face off each other during ICC events and Asia Cup. The political tension between the two neighbouring countries flared up after the terror attack in Mumbai’s Taj Hotel.

Pakistan and India’s last bilateral ties at either of the two neighbouring countries were 2 T20Is and 3 ODIs in India way back in 2012.

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England Cricketers Face With The Prospect Of Being Away From Their Families For 4 Months

England multi-format cricketers, who play Tests as well as limited-overs cricket, are faced with the prospect of being away from their families for four months, owing to the ongoing COVID-related restrictions.

England cricketers have a daunting international schedule, starting in September. They will tour Asian countries Bangladesh and Pakistan for limited-overs contests to prepare for the upcoming T20 World Cup, slated to be held in October-November. The Test players will have to assemble in Australia in the second half of November for the Ashes, which begins on December 8.

England Cricketers celebrates for winning 2019 WC (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)
England Cricketers celebrates for winning 2019 WC (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)

England Cricketers Will Have To Play Ashes Without Their Families

According to a report in the Daily Mail, England cricketers are worried about the possible scenario wherein they will have to play The Ashes in Down Under without their families.

At present, Australia’s borders are currently closed to travellers from abroad as a precautionary measure to deal with the ongoing COVID-19. Cricket Australia (CA) is trying to seek permission from the government, on ECB’s behalf, for England cricketers’ families to be allowed to travel with them. However, there has been no positive development on the same as yet.

India vs New Zealand
India vs New Zealand

Incidentally, Indian players are with their families in the UK for a long and gruelling tour. After the World Test Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand, Indian cricketers will get a short break from the bio-bubble since there is a long gap between the end of the WTC final and the start of the five-match Test series against England.

The first India-England Test will begin in Nottingham on August 4 whereas the WTC Final will end on June 22 with June 23 as the reserve day.

Jos Buttler: Playing Without Families Would Be A Huge Challenge

England’s wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler has admitted that it would be a massive challenge for the England team to try and win the Ashes without their families around.

Asked if he expected families to travel with the team to Australia, Buttler responded: “I don’t know the answer. Covid is an ever-changing situation and Australia have some quite strict policies.

“That (playing without families) would be a huge challenge, especially when you are accustomed to being able to take your family. A lot of the guys have young families, so I’m sure they’d find that tough. Hopefully, a positive solution can be found.”

England batsman Jos Buttler
England batsman Jos Buttler (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

The five-match Ashes series will begin in Brisbane on December 8 and conclude in Perth on January 18. The New Year Test will be held in Sydney from January 5 to 9. Australia is the current holder of the Ashes. They won the series 4-0 in 2017-18 and drew the 2019 Ashes 2-2.

IPL Trophy
IPL Trophy, Image Credits: Twitter
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BCCI Looking Forward To England, Australia And UAE As Venues For Phase 2 Of IPL 2021

BCCI mulls over UAE, UK, and Australia as potential venues for ‘Phase 2’ of IPL 2021. The 14th season of the Indian Premier League may have got suspended midway through the season due to multiple Covid cases but the BCCI, IPL franchises, and various stakeholders are in agreement to stage what has been dubbed as ‘Phase 2’ of the competition at some point this year.

The 14th season was suspended by the BCCI on Tuesday after multiple covid cases across four different franchises rocked the competition.

IPL Trophy
IPL Trophy (Image Credit: Twitter)

BCCI Have To Make Up Its Mind To Chose The Overseas Venue For IPL 2021

While one thing is certain, according to a report in Times of India, that the competition will not take place in India after what unfolded this week, the BCCI and its stakeholders are mulling at three different options.

“It has to be played overseas. Certain suggestions have already been heard. The BCCI just has to make up its mind,” top sources in the board said as quoted by TOI.

The first option that the BCCI is considering is to stage ‘Phase 2’ in the UAE before the T20 World Cup in the month of September. The Indian Team will be in England for the Test series till September 14. After the series, the Indian and England can directly move to the UAE, finish one week of quarantine, and complete the remaining 31 games before October 22- the day when ICC T20 World Cup is scheduled to start.

Sourav Ganguly (BCCI president), Manu Sawhney (ICC chief executive) and Jay Shah (BCCI secretary) pose with the T20 World Cup International Cricket Council
Sourav Ganguly (BCCI president), Manu Sawhney (ICC chief executive) and Jay Shah (BCCI secretary) pose with the T20 World Cup International Cricket Council

“If the World Cup is shifted, the whole scheduling will get re-worked anyway,” said those in the know. However, they added: “Weather will be a problem because September remains a very hot month and UAE only begins to cool down October onwards.”

The sudden postponement of the IPL, combined with the situation in the country, has forced BCCI into looking at other options for the resumption of the tournament. Last year, the BCCI hosted the entire edition of the cash-rich tournament in the Middle East, across three venues – Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, and Dubai – which could serve as a potential venue this year as well.

England And Australia Are Also Good Options To Hold Stage 2 Of IPL 2021

The second option that is being explored is to stage the remaining season at the backend of the English season.

“The weather will be good for cricket. It will suit the broadcaster too because time zones can be adjusted and overseas players from outside of India and England will be willing to travel,” they added.

The third option is to barter the hosting rights of the T20 World Cup with Australia. If the Australian government relaxes its travel restrictions on India in the forthcoming months, then Cricket Australia can host the upcoming T20 World Cup followed by India in 2022.

“Cricket Australia certainly won’t mind this exchange if their government allows. And since international players will anyway arrive there for the World Cup, Perth – which is three-and-half hours ahead of Indian Standard Time – can host Phase-2 to cater to Indian prime-time,” sources said.

T20 World Cup trophy. (Photo Source: Twitter)
T20 World Cup trophy. (Photo Source: Twitter)

“This can happen only if the Australian government changes its mind and if broadcasters are willing to agree,” they add. All three options will be in play. “A new destination will infuse freshness into the league and that itself will attract viewership. England and Australia are good options,” industry sources added.

According to a report from TOI, the BCCI are also looking at Australia and the United Kingdom as two major options, especially the latter, with the Indian team touring for a long Test series. The report suggested that BCCI could host the tournament in UAE post the England tour, before the start of the World T20.

Another prime option, the United Kingdom has emerged keeping an eye on UAE being used as a host destination for the global T20 tournament, World T20. In that case, the BCCI will continue their tour to the UK, with the last leg of the IPL.

However, the BCCI believes that the 3rd option Cricket Australia won’t mind the exchange. But given that Australia has closed its borders with India, recently, it is yet to be seen if things improve between the two countries.

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New Zealand Could’ve Hosted the Women’s WC In 2021 But They Support ICC’s Decision: Grant Robertson

The ICC postponed women’s ODI World Cup which was scheduled for 2021 in New Zealand. The sports minister of New Zealand Grant Robertson said after the decision was made that New Zealand could have hosted the World Cup in 2021 as scheduled but they support ICC’s decision to postpone it.

The ICC deferred the tournament until February-March 2022 because of the impact the pandemic has had on cricket globally. Earlier, ICC announced the postponing of the men’s T20 World Cup which was scheduled in October 2020 to 2022, in Australia.

ICC Women's World Cup
Image Credit: Getty Images.

We support ICC’s decision to postpone the showpiece event

New Zealand sports minister Grant Robertson has said that they support the decision of ICC to postpone the women’s 50-over World Cup to 2022, but they were well equipped to have hosted it in the previously scheduled ti,e.

“This is obviously a disappointing decision for cricket players and fans around the world and for the White Ferns and their supporters here at home,” Robertson was quoted as saying by stuff.co.nz.

ICC World Test Championship
Image Credit: Twitter.

“The disruption caused by Covid-19 around the world has meant no international women’s cricket has been played and many teams will struggle to even come together to train in the foreseeable future. The organising committee in New Zealand has been working with the government to ensure a safe and enjoyable tournament could be played. We could have done it in 2021, but now we will look to 2022. As a government we have reiterated our commitment to supporting the tournament.”

ICC’s change of World Cup plans

The Men’s T20 World Cup which was to be held in Australia this year has been postponed to 2022 and will be played with a new qualification process.

“There has been no women’s international cricket played since the conclusion of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup earlier this year and due to the varying impact of COVID-19 globally that is likely to remain the situation for a number of the teams,” Chief Executive Manu Sawhney said in a statement.

T20 World Cup 2020, Cricket Australia
T20 World Cup 2020 Trophy. Image Credit: Getty Images.

“Moving the event by 12 months gives all competing teams the chance to play a sufficient level of cricket ahead of both the qualification event and leading into a Cricket World Cup so the integrity of the tournament is maintained.”

The world cricket governing body said all fans who purchased tickets to the Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia will be refunded in full.

Communication Required Is Not Happening: Madan Lal Reacts To Virat Kohli's 'Lack Of Clarity' Statement Over Rohit Sharma's Injury
Madan Lal. Image Credit: PTI
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Madan Lal’s Scathing Reply To Pakistan Cricketers Speaking Against The IPL

The postponement of the ICC T20 World Cup 2020 has given the way to BCCI to host the IPL in September. Several have claimed that the Indian board had forced the ICC to postpone the league. Former Pakistan cricketers like Shoaib Akhtar had shown his anger against the governing body’s decision because he believed that IPL was given priority above the mega event.

However, former Indian cricketer Madan Lal has quashed all the allegations and even said that the Pakistani cricketers are jealous of BCCI. Although he didn’t take the name of any player, however, the indications were clear. 

Madan Lal lashed out on Pakistan cricketers statement on IPL: 

Shoaib Akhtar
Shoaib Akhtar (Image Credit: Getty Images)

During an interaction on Sports Tak, the World Cup-winning player was asked on his stand on the statement given by Pakistan cricketers against organising the IPL this year. Madan Lal didn’t beat around the bush and responded that they talk without thinking. 

“The Pakistan cricketers, a lot of them don’t think at all before they speak. How has India got the World Cup postponed?, ” Madan Lal said. 

IPL 2020, franchises, UAE
Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni with the IPL trophy (Image Credit: BCCI.)

Madan Lal explained how ICC’s decision on cancellation of the T20 World Cup didn’t depend on BCCI. He said that it was a decision taken by the ICC and Cricket Australia considering the prevailing COVID-19 situation across the world.

“Firstly COVID-19 was around and T20 World Cup is a different type of tournament. Considering the absence of crowd and sponsorship issues, ICC and Cricket Australia have taken the decision to postpone it, which is a good decision,” he added

“The IPL was always going to happen. We had already thought of organising the IPL in September-October depending on the available dates. So we have planned the IPL according to that which is a very good thing,” he said. 

Madan Lal advice to Pakistan: 

Madan Lal
Madan Lal (Image Credit: Getty Images)

According to Lal, Pakistan should work on improving their relationship with India rather than giving a controversial statement against the neighbourhood nation. 

“They should think how we can improve our relations so that cricket can keep continuing, but always there is some or the other player who comes and says something and the whole matter goes awry.”

Because of the political tension between the two arch-rival nations, India and Pakistan have not played any bilateral series for over seven years. 

Shoaib Akhtar Bets Misbah-ul-Haq Will Be Replaced With Andy Flower As Next Head Coach Of Pakistan
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Shoaib Akhtar Launches Stunning Tirade As He Levels Serious Allegations Against BCCI After T20 World Cup Postponement

Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar has launched a stunning tirade against BCCI in the wake of the T20 World Cup postponement. Known for making controversial comments every now and then, Shoaib Akhtar is not at all impressed with the ICC’s decision to postpone the marquee event this year which was scheduled to be held in October-November in Australia.

Earlier this week, the governing body of the game announced the fate of the tournament. And while the decision from the ICC did not really take anyone by surprise, Shoaib Akhtar is not at all impressed with it. Cricket Australia had already stated that the chances of hosting the competition in present condition are unrealistic.

But Shoaib Akhtar believes the ICC postponed the tournament under the influence of BCCI as he took shots at the Indian cricket board.  The former cricketer dragged in the ‘Monkeygate’ controversy to indicate that the BCCI gets preferential treatment. He was referring to the infamous incident that took place during the Sydney Test between India and Australia in 2008.

Shoaib Akhtar
Shoaib Akhtar (Credits: Twitter)

Shoaib Akhtar said that BCCI’s influence ‘saved’ Harbhajan Singh during the controversy surrounding Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds. The former Pakistan international also said that India gets easy wickets. He then went on to take a dig at Australia too as he questioned their ethics.

“Sometimes they get easy wickets in Melbourne, at times someone calls another person a monkey but gets saved, the talk goes to boycotting the series. I am asking the Australians, where are their ethics?” Shoaib Akhtar told Geo Cricket on a YouTube show.

“You made kids cry for scratching a cricket ball and they got away by calling someone a monkey. They [BCCI] said to end the series and they [Australian Board] said no such incident happened. Are these your moral grounds, did you not get the sounds on the mic,” added Shoaib Akhtar.

Before the T20 World Cup’s postponement, the Asia Cup was postponed too. Speaking about that, Shoaib Akhtar said that the tournaments could have taken place as per schedule.

“Asia Cup could have definitely happened, it would have been a great chance for India and Pakistan to play against each other. There are many reasons behind this. I don’t want to get into that.

“T20 World Cup could have also happened, but I had already said this earlier that they won’t let it happen. IPL should not be damaged, let the World Cup go to hell,” he said.

Also Read: Aakash Chopra Names The Teams Who Can Get Benefit If IPL 2020 Shifts To UAE

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Dwayne Bravo, racial discrimination
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Current West Indies Team More Intimidating Than 2016 T20 World Cup-Winning Side: Dwayne Bravo

In 2018, West Indies cricketer Dwayne Bravo had retired from international cricket because of the fall out with the Cricket West Indies (CWI). At that time, he had said that he was not satisfied with the administration system. But in 2019, Bravo reversed his decision after stating that there are positive changes in the team, so he has decided to play again for his country.

Well, now the allrounder is full of praise for his team and the captain Kieron Pollard. He has said that the West Indies team has turned to be an intimidating side.

Better than our World-Cup-winning team: Dwayne Bravo

West Indies team, Dwyane Bravo
West Indies team. (Image Credit: Twitter)

The allrounder, who was the part of the T20 World Cup 2016 winning team, made his international comeback in January against Ireland this year.

In the recent interview with ESPNcricinfo, he said that he was in awe when he saw the batting strength of the current team. He believes that the West Indies team has turned out to be more dangerous for the opposition.

“I’m just in awe of our batting line-up, and I said to the guys, I said listen, I think this team is actually better than our World-Cup-winning team, and that is no joke because, at the end of the day, you have batting all the way down to No. 10.”

“It’s an intimidating team, it’s a team to intimidate the opposition, and that excites me. So I will just do my part as a bowler, try to control the back end of the innings, especially closing off the innings with death bowling, which has been, in the past, a bit of a concern for us,” said Bravo.

Dwayne Bravo on Kieron Pollard:

Dwayne Bravo, West Indies team, Kieron Pollard
Kieron Pollard. (Image Credit: Twitter)

The 36-year old also appreciated white-ball skipper Kieron Pollard for his passion for winning every game. Pollard was handed over the captaincy last year. He has played 113 ODIs and 73 T20Is, scoring 3619 runs and taken 88 wickets. Bravo said that all the players highly respect Pollard.

Mohammed Shami, IPL, KXIP, UAE,
Kings XI Punjab player Mohammed Shami. (Image Credit: BCCI)
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No Time Left To Hold IPL Because Of T20 World Cup 2020: Mohammed Shami

Team India pacer Mohammed Shami is also not sure about the future of the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The IPL 2020 which was earlier scheduled to start from 29th March, has now been postponed indefinitely in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

The unprecedented virus has put all the entertainment, including sports into a halt. As if now no permanent medication has been found to cure the disease, people are following social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) also had to decide to postpone the league for players as well as public safety. Also, they had to follow the government’s lockdown guidelines which strictly disagree with travelling and large gatherings.

Mohammed Shami’s thought on IPL’s Future:

Mohammed Shami, IPL, T20 World Cup.
Mohammed Shami (Image Credit: AFP)

There are speculations that IPL 2020 might be hosted later this year, but the pacer doesn’t think so. As per Shami, the IPL will not be possible this year because of the T20 World Cup 2020, which is scheduled in October.

“I don’t think there will be time left to hold the IPL because the (T20) World Cup is also there and everything has stopped. IPL will have to be re-scheduled but looking at the current scenario, I don’t think the IPL will be possible,” Shami told India Today’s Sports Editor Vikrant Gupta.

With the situation being out of control, no fixed dates can be set to host the cash-rich league. BCCI will take any further steps post-COVID-19 and will have to discuss with the ICC for the postponement of the T20 World Cup 2020.

Meanwhile, recently, Shami had revealed in the live chat with Rohit that he thought thrice to commit suicide, but his family and friends helped him to cope up with the situation.

Australia vs India 2020-21: It Was Heartening To See Ajinkya Rahane Being Praised For Captaincy: Sunil Gavaskar
Sunil Gavaskar. Image Credit: Twitter.
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We Might Not Be Able To See Live Sports For 5 Months: Sunil Gavaskar

Former Indian batting maestro and current commentator Sunil Gavaskar believes that the ongoing coronavirus crisis might make it literally tough for live sports to resume for another four to five months. The coronavirus pandemic has totally sabotaged the international calendar of several sporting events across the world.

It is cognisance of the fact that major sports events, including the Tokyo Olympics, have either been cancelled or postponed owing to the deadly outbreak which has infected over 2.9 million people worldwide.

Sunil Gavaskar
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Playing behind closed doors is the last resort: Sunil Gavaskar

According to Gavaskar, playing in empty stadiums which is behind closed doors will be the last chance.

“I think that’s gonna be absolutely the last resort otherwise you know when you can’t have absolutely anyone at the ground only then you should play without crowds. Every performer likes to perform in front of a crowd which appreciates the skills and temperament. Same in theatre. So I think it’s not going to be easy on the performers as well. Players also want to do the high fives and hugs,” Sunil Gavaskar told India Today.

The Indian commentator also fears fans will have to keep waiting for live sports to resume for some time to come.

“The way things are going we might not be able to see any live sport for maybe 4-5 months. That’s gonna be tough not just on the current players but also those who follow the sport,” he said.

 

There are so many fans of different sports: Sunil Gavaskar

With no live sporting action now, the broadcasters have no other option but to telecast old games. But Sunil Gavaskar thinks that it is just a temporary solution.

Sunil Gavaskar, Delhi Capitals, IPL 2019
Gavaskar lauds Capitals’ show. (Photo by Chirag Wakaskar-IPL 2010/IPL via Getty Images)

“There are so many fans of different sports, for them to be able to only look at the old action after a time it gets boring, for nostalgia you can go back and see what happened earlier but actually you wanna see live sport be it on television or ground and for that not being able to be seen till September that’s a worrying thing and I am pretty certain that the officials of all the sports are planning plan a, b, c to get over this period of uncertainty,” he said.

The cash-rich Indian Premier League has been suspended for an indefinite period of time. Besides, there is uncertainty looms over the fate of the T20 World Cup tournament which is originally scheduled to be held in Australia in October.

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Haris Rauf Reveals His Greatest Challenge At 2020 T20 World Cup

Pakistan has always been a nation that has produced talented fast bowlers. The 26-year-old Haris Rauf is seen as the next big thing in Pakistan cricket. His remarkable journey as a bright prospect started when he was roped in by Lahore Qalandars during trials for their Player Development Program in 2017.

Since then, Rauf plied his trade in two editions of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and was also a star performer for Melbourne Stars in BBL 09. His best performance came during that season when he bagged as many as 20 wickets to his name.

Haris Rauf, Pakistan
Haris Rauf. Credits: Twitter

Haris Rauf names the biggest challenge at ICC T20 World Cup

Haris Rauf’s transformation is because of Dale Steyn’s words of wisdom at Lahore Qalandars. When asked about the batsman he would rate as his biggest challenge at the ICC T20 World Cup, he said looks forward to bowling against the likes of Indian captain Virat Kohli and vice-captain Rohit Sharma at the ICC T20 World Cup.

Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, Top Five Players Who Have Scored Most International Runs Since January 2017
Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli. Image Credit: Twitter

“This being a World Cup competition, the quality of opposition will be very tough as top players from each country will be playing in it so all batsmen will be difficult to bowl to. But looking at the top T20I players in the world, to be the greatest challenge will come from the likes of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.

To do well against such top-quality batsmen will do wonders for my confidence and to be honest, based on my experience in BBL, I should be able to do well in the World Cup if given the chance. It is my nature that I don’t let any batsman dominate me and that is how I did so well in BBL 09 even against such quality batsmen like Steve Smith, as I didn’t allow him to put any pressure on me at all,” Haris Rauf told Pakpassion.net

In January 2020, Haris Rauf was listed in Pakistan’s Twenty20 International (T20I) squad for their series against Bangladesh. He announced his arrival in international cricket when he made his debut against Bangladesh where he picked two wickets in two matches.

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