Wasim Akram lists out his favourites to win T20 World Cup 2021; excludes Pakistan


The T20 World Cup remains to be a bit far, however cricket specialists and pundits have already began revealing their evaluation and predictions associated to the occasion. The upcoming event would be the first-ever T20 World Cup since 2016 World T20.

The 2021 version of the showpiece occasion is scheduled to happen in India later this yr. Nonetheless, contemplating the present state of affairs in India, there’s a sturdy chance that the T20 World Cup could be moved to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Prime groups will once more be favourites of many, however who can raise the coveted trophy this time round shall be a centre of dialogue within the coming occasions. Reacting to the identical debate, former Pakistan pacer Wasim Akram has named his favourites for the upcoming international competitors. Akram named 4 groups that may raise the trophy this yr however backed India as prime contenders.

“I suppose, between the principle groups, India seem favourites. They play the fearless model of T20 cricket. England can also be on the high of the ladder. I believe New Zealand too. And also you by no means know in regards to the West Indies. If their fundamental gamers are in, they tend to scare,” Akram advised ARY information.

The previous Pakistan skipper additionally defined why he didn’t decide his personal nation. Akram reckoned the Babar Azam-led aspect want to concentrate to their workforce mixture and choose the absolute best XI to fancy their possibilities within the international event.

“Pakistan have to work on their workforce mixture. Clearly, being a Pakistani, I’d need Pakistan to win the World Cup. That shall be a dream come true for all of us, particularly the younger captain, and if they should enhance their mixture, discover the most effective XI, they’ll struggle. The issue of No. 5 and No. 6 must be solved,” added the 54-year-old.