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Australia legend Mark Waugh puts forward his top five T20I players

Australia icon and Fox Cricket commentator Mark Waugh has joined the lengthy list of past greats to select the first five players they would pick in a World T20I XI with the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup just around the corner.

Waugh, who made 8500 ODI runs and was a member of Australia’s 1999 Cricket World Cup winning team, was renowned for his aggression at the top of the order and his lightning fielding both in the infield and the slip cordon.

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Mark Waugh
Mark Waugh

The all-rounder, a talented white-ball cricket player, would have probably dominated the T20 world had he competed in the present era.

Waugh emphasized that his list was not in any specific sequence while speaking in the run-up to the 2022 T20 World Cup in Australia, although he started with the bowlers from the group of five.

1. Jasprit Bumrah – ICC T20I Bowling Ranking: 45th

Jasprit Bumrah, who was rested for the most recent T20I series, will undoubtedly do well at the event in Australia, according to Waugh.

“I think he’s a fantastic bowler in all formats, actually,” Waugh began, praising the quick’s versatility.

“His ability to get wickets in T20 cricket is key. He can bowl at the death and he can bowl up front.” 

2. Shaheen Afridi – ICC T20I Bowling Ranking: 19th

“To open the bowling at the other end we’ll go with another right-opening bowler, Shaheen Afridi from Pakistan, who is a tremendous left-arm fast bowler,” Waugh said.

“He’s a wicket-taker. He sort of lifts the team. He’s a guy that other players follow.

“He is a left-armer so that’s another point of difference. He can swing the ball back into the right-hander, he’s quick as well, so I’ve got him number two.”

Mark Waugh
Mark Waugh

3. Rashid Khan – ICC T20I Bowling Ranking: 4th

Rashid Khan, an Afghanistan spinner who is renowned for his consistency with the ball, uses his assistance with the bat to further strengthen his case in the Australian’s eyes.

“In all competitions, he plays in, he’s just the one guy who you know is going to bowl four overs,” Waugh noted.

“He’ll probably get two or three wickets and go for 20 runs, and he can bat. He can also whack the ball over the fence.”

4. Jos Buttler – ICC T20I Batting Ranking: 15th

The Englishman’s accomplishments at the top of the order in both local and international cricket were too impressive for Waugh to overlook during a strong run of batting form.

“I think he’s probably the number one batsman in world cricket in the T20 format. He’s just a clean striker of the ball,” Waugh said.

“We’ve seen him in all tournaments; he just looks on a different level to other players.”

5. Glenn Maxwell – ICC T20I Batting Ranking: 29th / ICC T20I All-Rounder Ranking: 6th

In selecting an all-rounder, Waugh pushes forward the case of compatriot Glenn Maxwell.

“Glenn Maxwell is the sort of player that can win you a game in the field and with the bat,” Waugh exclaimed.

“With the ball, he’s probably underrated, but I think if he bats 30 balls, he’ll win you the game.

“So I think Glenn Maxwell, even though he’s just not a consistent player, he’s that X-factor that can win your game on any given day.”

When asked to provide the five players they would select for a World T20 XI on The ICC Review, past greats Ricky Ponting, Shane Watson, and Mahela Jayawardena chose similar lineups to several of Waugh’s choices.

Mark Waugh
Mark Waugh

Ponting had three of the same players that Waugh selected, adding two more players in the form of Pakistan captain Babar Azam and Indian sensation Hardik Pandya.

Watson, another Australian, only had two players in common with Waugh; in addition to Babar, Suryakumar Yadav, and David Warner, the gifted all-rounder had five players in total.

In his top five, Jayawardena had four players who were identical to Waugh, with Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan serving as the lone exception.

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The remarkable voyage of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy continues from Indonesia to Vanuatu

The 2022 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy Tour, powered by Nissan, has resumed its journey that started on July 8 to a number of exotic and historic locations throughout the world, with the fans showing up in large numbers as we count down to the main event in Australia.

Previously on the Trophy Tour

The ICC Men’s T20 World Trophy Tour, powered by Nissan, left from Victoria and travelled to a number of picturesque locales. There were excursions to Germany, Finland, Scotland, Queensland, and Papua New Guinea. The trophy was carried to various famous sites in the Northern Territory, such as the Litchfield National Park and the Uluru Red Rock, to wrap up the first leg of the tour.

ICC Men's T20 World Cup Trophy
ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy

Incredible Indonesia

With a stop in the Asian nation of Indonesia, the Trophy Tour once more expanded internationally. There were excursions to Bali’s beaches, where throngs of supporters gathered to enthusiastically welcome the trophy. Young supporters also had the chance to take pictures with the trophy, which they will definitely treasure always!

The glitz and glamour of The Big Apple!

The trophy then travelled to the United States, stopping at several famous sites in New York City. As the trophy was available for people to take pictures with on the streets of Manhattan, the enthusiasm was apparent. There were trips to Times Square and a photo with the Brooklyn Bridge as the picture’s iconic backdrop.

Stay in Japan

Trophy Tour returned to Asia, the Land of the Rising Sun, after visiting the United States. The Trophy Tour visited areas with historical and cultural significance and took in the sights and sounds of the city lights. Fans once more showed up in large numbers, and a game of cricket was also played.

ICC Men's T20 World Cup Trophy
ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy

Majestic Nepal

The next stop was Nepal, a country with a passion for cricket. The Himalayas’ grandeur in the background and the supporters’ fervour as they flocked to Kathmandu’s streets in search of a glimpse of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy all contributed to the experience’s awe-inspiring quality.

Sights of Singapore

Singapore was the second stop on the Trophy Tour’s Asian tour. At the Jewel Changi Airport and Marina Bay, fans have the opportunity to see the Trophy. The huge skyscrapers in the Asian nation served as the backdrop for a game of cricket, which was also played.

Fiesta in Fiji

The Trophy Tour continued with a special guest visit to the island nation of Fiji up next. The trophy was carried by New Zealand great Ross Taylor, who received a rousing welcome throughout the nation. As the level of fervour for the game among fans throughout the nation increased, Taylor too picked up the bat once more.

Vanuatu diaries

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup trophy was then made available to the lovely nation of Vanuatu. The trophy blended in beautifully with some breathtaking vistas in the area, with Vanuatu’s magnificent beaches serving as a breath-taking backdrop. Fans once more flocked to the locations in droves to take advantage of the once-in-a-lifetime chance to pose with the dazzling trophy!

ICC Men's T20 World Cup Trophy
ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy

The 2022 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Trophy Tour is far from over; there are still a tonne of other nations and towns to visit, and the trophy’s arrival is eagerly anticipated by fans. On our T20 World Cup social channels, you can stay up to date with all the latest happenings from the Trophy Tour.

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Just in time for the T20 World Cup 2022, Alex Hales is returning for the England team as an opener

In addition to his seven international hundreds, two ODI totals that broke world records, and 10,000 career runs in T20, Alex Hales has also had to battle his demons. The 33-year-old has grown up, learned from his mistakes, and is now prepared for a second opportunity at the World Cup. ICC T20 World Cup 2022 fans can buy England Vs New Zealand Tickets from our website.

In the midst of scandals and “trust concerns,” he might have attempted to avoid trouble. But Alex Hales, a star player for England, can now return home after three years away.

As Jonny Bairstow’s injury substitute for the T20 World Cup, Hales has persuaded the England hierarchy that he is a worthwhile risk.

Alex Hales
Alex Hales

He might have stopped representing England in matches in 2019 due to issues off the field. However, given his form, Jason Roy’s difficulties, and Bairstow’s injured leg from slipping on the golf course, he has a chance to make a comeback.

Hales tested positive for recreational drugs on the eve of the 2019 World Cup, an act that then-white captain Eoin Morgan described as a “total breach of trust” that led to his dismissal from the team.

The Nottinghamshire batsman’s prior suspension stemmed from his participation in a fight outside a bar in Bristol in 2017. when Ben Stokes, an England teammate, was accused of fighting but ultimately cleared.

He expressed regret for “all the offences” he had caused when a 2009 picture of him in blackface was made public in November of that year.

The ferocious T20 opener who propelled England to the top of the world rankings and broke two records in a one-day international total is back, but where did he go during his three-year exile?

Wonderful the ball is about for Barbados Tridents

Hales was in excellent condition for the 2019 England Summer Split and he assisted the Notts in getting to the Vitality Blast semifinals. Exactly one month after being eliminated by England. In the first round of the Caribbean Premier League, the Barbados Tridents chose him. a group that last season finished last in the league.

Hales made a strong first impression and contributed to Jason Holder’s Trident winning the championship.

Time for the Big Bash

Hales has played for the Hobart Hurricanes, Adelaide Strikers, and Melbourne Renegades. He has agreed to a one-year contract with the Sydney Thunder of the Australian Big Bash League.

Shane Bond, head coach of the Sydney Thunder, described him as “one of the most disruptive batters, a superb fielder, and obviously an accomplished player.”

Hales earned 576 points out of a possible 38.40, good for a pass rate of over 150, and moved into second place in the 2019 BBL. Usman Khawaja was a great opening partner for him as well. T20 World Cup 2022 fans can buy England Vs Australia Tickets from our website.

Alex Hales
Alex Hales

Heading to Durban

The dependable England player was named the Durban Heat’s new worldwide household name in September 2019. In the wake of a preseason Mzansi Premier League acquisition.

“Playing T20 cricket in South Africa is something I’ve always wanted to do and it was clear to me when I got the part here,” he said.

Hales impressed again, but not enough to help Durban to the playoffs.

A more mature player and person

In May 2020, Hales said he had “matured” as a player and as a person and wanted to return to England’s international plans.

Hales told the Daily Mail: “I just hope the damage that has been done is not final and that I can take another bite of the cherry.”

“I definitely feel like I’ve grown up. As a player and away from the game, I’ve moved on and grown from the mistakes I’ve made in my private life and hopefully, people will forgive and forget.”

“I think I have good headroom and hopefully I get the chance to show that again in a group environment. Of course, I would love to get my place back and playing international cricket is the pinnacle of any player’s career.”

“As Eoin Morgan said, I think time is the greatest healer. I just don’t know how long it’s going to take. It can be hard to rebuild that trust when you’re not there – weave the circle.”

Back on the road and in quarantine at the hotel

Hales, a batsman with Karachi Kings, requested that the Pakistan Super League semifinal and championship games be postponed in April 2020.

At two in the morning, Hales texted the owner of the Kings to confirm he had symptoms of Covid-19.

Hales defeated Lahore Qalandars in the Kings to win the final in November.

Hales was chosen for the Barbados Tridents in the Caribbean Premier League in July 2020, but he was unable to guide them to the postseason.

Before that winter’s Big Bash in Australia. After departing the UK, Hales was confined at a hotel for 14 days.

“Yeah, it’s tough — punishment is one way to describe it. It’s been a fun couple of weeks without seeing any daylight or fresh air,” he said.

“It’s a whole new experience, but it’s definitely worth getting the chance to participate in the Big Bash now. There’s also more freedom here than when you come home.”

Alex Hales
Alex Hales

“Of course, it’s very difficult to be away from home at any time. Personally, I’ve recovered, I’ve only played cricket for a month and a half and I haven’t had a bubble in the UK. T20 World Cup 2022 fans can buy ICC T20 World Cup Tickets from our website.

“I’ll be fresher than someone who’s been in a bubble life since June or July, so I can definitely see where they’re coming from. It puts a huge strain on your physical and mental health and those bubbles.”

“Personally I am fresh and looking forward to the coming months.”

Hales’ imposing frame became the leading scorer and helped the Thunder to fifth.

Most performed in T20 in 2022

1271 – Alex Hales, 1237 – Shan Masood, 1195 – Jos Butler, 1193 – Will Jacks, 1171 – Tim David

Timely reminder

Hales timely reminded selectors of his skills in the 2021 T20 Blast with his batting masterclass in Nottinghamshire, when he struck 482 overs in 178 overs.

After the bio-bubble coronavirus outbreak, the England selectors once more passed over Hales for the ODI and T20 Pakistan series.

Michael Vaughan lashed out at Hales’ most recent punch on Twitter.

Vaughan tweeted: “So without Alex Hales, this must be the end of his international career and then he will be very sad that someone who has made a big mistake and has been punished can no longer be admitted.”

“We make mistakes every week!!! Those who say they’re not lying,” Vaughan added.

Hales spent the winter in Australia – where he contracted Covid-19 with the Thunder – in the Pakistani Super League for the BBL and Islamabad United.

Covid-19 and bubble fatigue

He briefly retired from PSL before returning, but ultimately chose to take a break from the franchise scene, admitting that the limitations of the biosecurity environment had affected his mental health. T20 World Cup fans can buy T20 World Cup Tickets from our website.

“It’s really frustrating that I’ve had to turn down one of the best opportunities of my career because of the bubble life that has been affecting my mental health for the past two years. I need some time now to rest and recharge for the summer”, Hales said.

Hales then retired from the Kolkata Knight Riders’ 2022 IPL due to bubble fatigue. But in April he was bought by the Trent Rockets for The Hundred.

‘Forgive and move on

In the Rockets’ win at the Invincible Oval, he hit a whopping 59 out of 29 balls, including four sixes and six fours. Sky Sports Nasser Hussein said: “I really tried to pick people based on their ability as a cricketer. He sinned, he took his time. forgive, move on.

“However, you can’t tell me from what we’ve seen from domestic franchises around the world. Alex Hales is a serious cricketer.”

“Try to take the best side of you, but they may know something else and the core of senior players may not want him.”

The Rockets won the title after beating the Manchester Originals in the low-scoring final.

‘To believe’

Last month, Morgan, who has retired from international cricket, admitted Hales’ quality was never in question. But said it was more a question of whether teams and selectors could “trust” him.

“Rob Key says he can be called up, which means he’s going to mingle with guys like Will Jacks, Phil Salt and Will Smeed,” Morgan said.

“But there is no doubt that he is extremely disruptive and a game-winner.”

Alex Hales
Alex Hales

England T20 World Cup 2022 squad

Jos Buttler (Lancashire, captain), Moeen Ali (Worcestershire), Alex Hales (Nottinghamshire) Chris Jordan (Surrey), Harry Brook (Yorkshire), Sam Curran (Surrey), Liam Livingstone (Lancashire), Phil Salt (Lancashire), Ben Stokes (Durham), Reece Topley (Surrey), Dawid Malan (Yorkshire), Adil Rashid (Yorkshire), David Willey (Yorkshire), Chris Woakes (Warwickshire), Mark Wood (Durham).

Traveling Reserves: Richard Gleeson (Lancashire), Liam Dawson (Hampshire), Tymal Mills (Sussex).

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In the player face-offs for the T20 World Cup, Ponting makes his selections

Jasprit Bumrah v Shaheen Afridi? Babar Azam v Jos Buttler? Hardik Pandya v Glenn Maxwell? Wanindu Hasaranga v Rashid Khan? Dinesh Karthik v Rishabh Pant?

On the most recent episode of The ICC Review, Australia icon Ricky Ponting had a little fun by making some bold predictions and choosing who he would pick in some of the most challenging head-to-head matches between some of the biggest names in T20I cricket.

As a prominent coach and recognized commentator, Ponting follows T20 cricket more than anybody else in the world, keeping a close eye on some of the game’s most gifted players.

ricky ponting
Ricky Ponting

People are beginning to speculate which player would perform best in a specific role in T20 cricket as the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia approaches quickly.

Ponting was given the terrible duty of picking just one player out of two in the player face-offs, according to host Sanjana Ganesan of The ICC Review.

Here are Ponting’s picks, which include both starting batsmen and cunning spinners.

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1.  Jasprit Bumrah v Shaheen Afridi

Jasprit Bumrah v Shaheen Afridi
Jasprit Bumrah v Shaheen Afridi

Jasprit Bumrah and Shaheen Afridi, two of the best fast bowlers in the world, both have an impressive track record in the shortest format. Afridi has taken 47 wickets in 40 games, compared to Bumrah’s 69 in 58 games.

With the new ball and in the final few overs, the two pacers are just as effective. Ponting acknowledged that it was difficult to choose just one, saying: “Look, how do you split those two guys? In recent years, across all game types, they have been two of the top bowlers in the world.

Ponting ultimately decided on Bumrah since he was a seasoned politician.

“I’ll probably go on experience alone – I’ll go for Bumrah. He’s played a fair bit of cricket in Australia now, played more in Australia than Afridi and has played more big tournaments as well than Afridi has.”

2.  Babar Azam v Jos Buttler

Babar Azam v Jos Buttler
Babar Azam v Jos Buttler

Next, Ponting was asked to choose between two of the world’s most reliable opening batters. Buttler and Babar both take the initiative, and their track records speak for themselves.

While Buttler has scored 1,562 runs in 94 games, Babar has scored 2,138 runs in 80 games.

Both players are on Ponting’s list of the top five T20 players, and the former Australia captain had nothing but positive things to say about them.

Buttler beat Babar, who strikes at a rate of 128.81, thanks to his 142.57 international strike rate.

“Babar Azam, he is technically a better player than Buttler. You look at their strike rates though and there is no comparison there, Buttler is much more dynamic, sort of a more 360-degree player than Babar is,” Ponting noted.

Buttler’s experience in Australia also worked in his favour.

“Buttler has also played more cricket in Australia with England and he has spent some time in the Big Bash with Sydney Thunder. So I’m going to go Jos Buttler on this one,” Ponting added.

3.  Hardik Pandya v Glenn Maxwell

Hardik Pandya v Glenn Maxwell
Hardik Pandya v Glenn Maxwell

Ponting struggled to make a choice in the clash of the powerful all-rounders and decided on a draw. The Australian veteran supported his countryman to prove more lethal with the bat even though he thought Pandya would make more of an impact with the ball in Australia.

Praising Hardik, Ponting said: “Hardik’s last few months, in particular, have probably been the best of his career. Looking at the way they stack up, I think Hardik will probably have more of a chance to have an impact with the ball and also more of a chance to have an impact with the bat.”

But Ponting was also effusive in his praise for Maxwell, adding: “Maxwell’s been batting quite low in T20 cricket. But that being said, in Australia, I think Maxwell will end up scoring more runs than Hardik. And I think Hardik will take more wickets than Maxwell. So, I’m going to call that one a draw.”

4. Wanindu Hasaranga v Rashid Khan

Wanindu Hasaranga v Rashid Khan
Wanindu Hasaranga v Rashid Khan

Rashid Khan has a longstanding reputation as one of T20 cricket’s top spinners. Wanindu Hasaranga has also experienced a notable surge recently, topping the wicket-taking charts at the T20 World Cup 2021 in the United Arab Emirates and then building on it with the performances that earned him Player of the Tournament honours at the Asia Cup.

Despite Hasaranga’s recent performances, Ponting still backed Rashid over the Sri Lankan star due to his experiences in the Big Bash League. Claiming that conditions in Australia won’t support either of the spinners, Ponting said: “Hasaranga has obviously been white-hot of late and conditions here are not going to suit either of these two guys.

“Rashid Khan’s played 5-6 years now in the BBL with Adelaide Strikers, been the No.1 ranked T20 bowler in the world for a long time now so Rashid Khan just pips Hasaranga.”

5. Dinesh Karthik v Rishabh Pant

Dinesh Karthik v Rishabh Pant
Dinesh Karthik v Rishabh Pant

Who should be the designated wicketkeeper-batter in the team has long been a source of contention in Indian cricket circles. Karthik can brag about being a great finisher, but Pant has enormous skill and is supported by many.

Ponting thinks that Rohit Sharma’s squad should move on in this manner because India has occasionally selected both players on the same side.

Praising both, Ponting said: “I actually think that India’s best team has both of these players. I don’t care if they are both keepers but I think their batting prowess is enough.”

Elaborating on their abilities, the Australian legend added: “Rishabh in the middle order and Dinesh as a finisher, they look extremely dangerous to me.”

Ultimately though, Ponting believed that Pant had an edge over Karthik as he is likely to be afforded more chances.

“Look, I’m just going to favour Rishabh because I think he might get slightly more opportunities than Dinesh does,” he concluded.

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ICC T20 World Cup 2022 All Details

In all, 16 teams will compete in the T20 World Cup in 2022. The super 12 round will be played after the qualification round. On October 16, the qualifying round of the competition will get things going. On November 13, 2022, the T20 World Cup final will take place.

ICC T20 World Cup
ICC T20 World Cup

The T20 World Cup 2022 will feature 45 games in total, including the super 12 round and qualifiers. The Super 12 round has already been qualified for by 8 teams. They are Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, South Africa, Australia, England, and New Zealand.

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Teams like Namibia, Netherlands, Sri Lanka, UAE, Ireland, Scotland, West Indies, and Zimbabwe will compete against one another in the qualifying round. Out of these, four teams will compete in the super 12 round.

The first match will take place on October 16 between Sri Lanka and Namibia, and the second match will feature the United Arab Emirates and the Netherlands. Australia will host the 2022 ICC T20 World Cup. They have won the competition in the past as well. Australia defeated New Zealand in the T20 World Cup 2021 final last year to claim victory.

ICC T20 World Team
ICC T20 World Team

T20 World Cup 2022 Schedule

RoundDateMatch DetailsVenueTime (IST)
QualifiersOctober 16, 2022Sri Lanka vs Namibia, 1st Match, Group ASimonds Stadium, Geelong9:30 AM
QualifiersOctober 16, 2022UAE vs Netherlands, 2nd Match, Group ASimonds Stadium, Geelong1:30 PM
QualifiersOctober 17, 2022West Indies vs Scotland, 3rd Match, Group BBellerive Oval, Hobart9:30 AM
QualifiersOctober 17, 2022Zimbabwe vs Ireland, 4th Match, Group BBellerive Oval, Hobart1:30 PM
QualifiersOctober 18, 2022Namibia vs Netherlands, 5th Match, Group ASimonds Stadium, Geelong9:30 AM
QualifiersOctober 18, 2022Sri Lanka vs UAE, 6th Match, Group ASimonds Stadium, Geelong1:30 PM
QualifiersOctober 19, 2022Scotland vs Ireland, 7th Match, Group BBellerive Oval, Hobart9:30 AM
QualifiersOctober 19, 2022West Indies vs Zimbabwe 8th Match, Group BBellerive Oval, Hobart1:30 PM
QualifiersOctober 20, 2022Sri Lanka vs Netherlands  9th Match, Group ASimonds Stadium, Geelong9:30 AM
QualifiersOctober 20, 2022Namibia vs UAE, 10th Match, Group ASimonds Stadium, Geelong1:30 PM
QualifiersOctober 21, 2022West Indies vs Ireland, 11th Match, Group BBellerive Oval, Hobart9:30 AM
QualifiersOctober 21, 2022Scotland vs Zimbabwe, 12th Match, Group BBellerive Oval, Hobart1:30 PM
Super 12October 22, 2022New Zealand vs Australia, 13th Match, Group 1Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney12:30 PM
Super 12October 22, 2022England vs Afghanistan, 14th Match, Group 1Perth Stadium, Perth4:30 PM
Super 12October 23, 2022A1 vs B2, 15th Match, Group 1Bellerive Oval, Hobart9:30 AM
Super 12October 23, 2022India vs Pakistan, 16th Match, Group 2Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne1:30 PM
Super 12October 24, 2022Bangladesh vs A2, 17th Match, Group 2Bellerive Oval, Hobart9:30 AM
Super 12October 24, 2022South Africa vs B1, 18th Match, Group 2Bellerive Oval, Hobart1:30 PM
Super 12October 25, 2022Australia vs A1, 19th Match, Group 1Perth Stadium, Perth4:30 PM
Super 12October 26, 2022England vs B2, 20th Match, Group 1Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne9:30 AM
Super 12October 26, 2022New Zealand vs Afghanistan, 21st Match, Group 1Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne1:30 PM
Super 12October 27, 2022South Africa vs Bangladesh, 22nd Match, Group 2Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney4:30 PM
Super 12October 27, 2022India vs A2, 23rd Match, Group 2Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney12:30 PM
Super 12October 27, 2022Pakistan vs B1, 24th Match, Group 2Perth Stadium, Perth4:30 PM
Super 12October 28, 2022Afghanistan vs B2, 25th Match, Group 1Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne9:30 AM
Super 12October 28, 2022England vs Australia, 26th Match, Group 1Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne1:30 PM
Super 12October 29, 2022New Zealand vs A1, 27th Match, Group 1Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney1:30 PM
Super 12October 30, 2022Bangladesh vs B1, 28th Match, Group 2The Gabba, Brisbane4:30 PM
Super 12October 30, 2022Pakistan vs A2, 29th Match, Group 2Perth Stadium, Perth12:30 PM
Super 12October 30, 2022India vs South Africa, 30th Match, Group 2Perth Stadium, Perth4:30 PM
Super 12October 31, 2022Australia vs B2, 31st Match, Group 1The Gabba, Brisbane1:30 PM
Super 12November 1, 2022Afghanistan vs A1, 32nd Match, Group 1The Gabba, Brisbane9:30 AM
Super 12November 1, 2022England vs New Zealand, 33rd Match, Group 1The Gabba, Brisbane1:30 PM
Super 12November 2, 2022B1 vs A2, 34th Match, Group 2Adelaide Oval, Adelaide9:30 AM
Super 12November 2, 2022India vs Bangladesh, 35th Match, Group 2Adelaide Oval, Adelaide1:30 PM
Super 12November 3, 2022Pakistan vs South Africa, 36th Match, Group 2Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney1:30 PM
Super 12November 4, 2022New Zealand vs B2, 37th Match, Group 1Adelaide Oval, Adelaide9:30 AM
Super 12November 4, 2022Australia vs Afghanistan, 38th Match, Group 1Adelaide Oval, Adelaide1:30 PM
Super 12November 5, 2022England vs A1, 39th Match, Group 1Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney1:30 PM
Super 12November 6, 2022South Africa vs A2, 40th Match, Group 2Adelaide Oval, Adelaide5:30 AM
Super 12November 6, 2022Pakistan vs Bangladesh, 41st Match, Group 2Adelaide Oval, Adelaide9:30 AM
Super 12November 6, 2022India vs B1, 42nd Match, Group 2Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne1:30 PM
Semi-FinalNovember 9, 2022TBC vs TBC, 1st Semi-FinalSydney Cricket Ground, Sydney1:30 PM
Semi-FinalNovember 10, 2022TBC vs TBC, 2nd Semi-FinalAdelaide Oval, Adelaide1:30 PM
FinalNovember 13, 2022TBC vs TBC, FinalMelbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne1:30 PM

T20 World Cup 2022 Teams

In all, 16 teams will compete in the T20 World Cup in 2022. 8 of these 16 teams will compete in the qualifying round. They are Zimbabwe, Namibia, the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates, Ireland, and Scotland. Groups A and B have been formed from them. Four of these teams will compete in the super 12 round alongside the other eight teams.

There are teams from Afghanistan, Australia, England, New Zealand, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, and South Africa in the T20 World Cup’s super 12 round. Group 1 and Group 2 are the two groups into which they are split. These groups will later be joined by the winners of the preliminary rounds.

ICC T20 World Cup 2022
ICC T20 World Cup 2022

Qualifier Round Teams– Sri Lanka, Namibia, UAE, Netherlands, West Indies, Scotland, Zimbabwe, Ireland

Super 12 Round Teams– India, Pakistan, South Africa, Bangladesh, Australia, New Zealand, Afghanistan, England, A1, A2, B1, B2.

T20 World Cup 2022 Groups

The T20 World Cup in 2022 is divided into 4 groups. There are two groups in the qualifying round: Group A and Group B. Namibia, the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, and the UAE make up Group A. Ireland, Scotland, the West Indies, and Zimbabwe make up Group B.

There are two groups in the super 12 round. Teams like Afghanistan, Australia, England, and New Zealand are in group 1. Group 2 includes Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, and South Africa. Each group will later be joined by two more teams. The top two teams from each group in the qualifying round will comprise them. 

Qualifier Round Groups

Group A Group B
Sri LankaWest Indies
NamibiaScotland
UAEZimbabwe
NetherlandsIreland

Super 12 Round Groups

Group 1 Group 2
 Australia India
 New Zealand Pakistan
 Afghanistan Bangladesh
 England South Africa
 A1 A2
 B2 B1

T20 World Cup 2022 Squads

India: Rohit Sharma (c), KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Deepak Hooda, Rishabh Pant (wk), Dinesh Karthik (wk), Hardik Pandya, R Ashwin, Yuzvendra Chahal, Axar Patel, Jasprit Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Harshal Patel, Arshdeep Singh. Standby players: Mohammad Shami, Shreyas Iyer, Ravi Bishnoi, Deepak Chahar

Australia: Aaron Finch (c), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Tim David, Josh Hazlewood, Josh Inglis, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, Steven Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade, David Warner, Adam Zampa

England: Jos Buttler (c), Moeen Ali, Harry Brook, Sam Curran, Chris Jordan, Liam Livingstone, Dawid Malan, Adil Rashid, Phil Salt, Ben Stokes, Reece Topley, David Willey, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood, Alex Hales. Reserves: Liam Dawson, Richard Gleeson, Tymal Mills.

Bangladesh: Shakib Al Hasan, Sabbir Rahman, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Afif Hossain, Mossadek Hossain, Litton Das, Yasir Ali, Nurul Hasan, Mustafizur Rahman, Saifuddin, Taskin Ahmed, Ebadot Hossain, Hasan Mahmud, Najmul Hossain, Nasum Ahmed. Standby players: Shoriful Islam, Shak Mahedi Hasan, Rishad Hossain, Soumya Sarkar

South Africa: Temba Bavuma (c), Quinton de Kock, Heinrich Klaasen, Reeza Hendricks, Keshav Maharaj, Aiden Markram, David Miller, Lungi Ngidi, Anrich Nortje, Wayne Parnell, Dwaine Pretorius, Kagiso Rabada, Rillee Rossouw, Tabraiz Shamsi, Tristan Stubbs. Reserves: Bjorn Fortuin, Marco Jansen, Andile Phehlukwayo.

Sri Lanka: Pathum Nissanka. Dasun Shanaka (Captain), Danushka Gunathilaka, Dhananjaya de Silva, Charith Asalanka, Wanindu Hasaranga, Kusal Mendis, Bhanuka Rajapaksa,Maheesh Theekshana, Jeffrey Vandersay, Chamika Karunaratne, Dushmantha Chameera, Lahiru Kumara, Dilshan Madushanka, Pramod Madushan.

Afghanistan: Najibullah Zadran, Darwish Rasooli, Hazratullah Zazai, Ibrahim Zadran, Usman Ghani, Mohammad Nabi (Captain), Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Azmatullah Omarzai, Fareed Ahmad Malik, Fazalhaq Farooqi, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Naveen-ul-Haq, Qais Ahmad, Rashid Khan, Mohammad Saleem Safi

New Zealand: Kane Williamson (Captain), Martin Guptill, Mark Chapman, Daryl Mitchell, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Finn Allen, Michael Bracewell, Devon Conway, Glenn Phillips, Trent Boult, Lockie Ferguson, Adam Milne, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee

Pakistan: Babar Azam (Captain), Asif Ali, Haider Ali, Khushdil Shah, Shan Masood, Iftikhar Ahmed, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Wasim Jr, Mohammad Rizwan, Haris Rauf, Mohammad Hasnain, Naseem Shah, Shaheen Afridi, Usman Qadir

Namibia: Gerhard Erasmus (c), JJ Smit, Divan la Cock, Stephan Baard, Nicol Loftie Eaton, Jan Frylinck, David Wiese, Ruben Trumpelmann, Zane Green, Bernard Scholtz, Tangeni, Lungameni, Michael van Lingen, Ben Shikongo, Karl Birkenstock, Lohan Louwrens, Helao Ya France.

Netherlands: Scott Edwards (c), Colin Ackermann, Shariz Ahmad, Logan van Beek, Tom Cooper, Brandon Glover, Timm van der Gugten, Fred Klaassen, Bas de Leede, Paul van Meekeren, Roelof van der Merwe, Stephan Myburgh, Teja Nidamanuru, Max O’Dowd, Tim Pringle, Vikram Singh

United Arab Emirates: Chundangapoyil Rizwan (Captain), Chirag Suri, Muhammad Waseem, Basil Hameed, Alishan Sharafu, Aayan Afzal Khan, Aryan Lakra, Kashif Daud, Ahmed Raza, Vriitya Aravind, Zawar Farid, Karthik Meiyappan, Zahoor Khan, Junaid Siddique, Sabir Ali

Ireland: Andrew Balbirnie (Captain), Harry Tector, Paul Stirling, Gareth Delany, Simi Singh, Curtis Campher, Fionn Hand, Stephen Doheny, Lorcan Tucker, Mark Adair, George Dockrell, Joshua Little, Barry McCarthy, Conor Olphert, Craig Young

West Indies: Rovman Powell, Shimron Hetmyer, Brandon King, Evin Lewis, Kyle Mayers, Yannic Cariah, Jason Holder, Raymon Reifer, Nicholas Pooran (Captain), Johnson Charles, Sheldon Cottrell, Alzarri Joseph, Akeal Hosein, Obed McCoy, Odean Smith

Zimbabwe: Ryan Burl, Wesley Madhevere, Sikandar Raza, Sean Williams, Brad Evans, Tony Munyonga, Regis Chakabva, Clive Madande, Tendai Chatara, Luke Jongwe, Wellington Masakadza, Blessing Muzarabani, Richard Ngarava

Scotland: Hamza Tahir, Craig Wallace (wk), Mark Watt, Brad Wheal, Josh Davey, Alasdair Evans, Chris Greaves, Oli Hairs, Michael Leask, Calum Macleod, George Munsey, Safyaan Sharif, Kyle Coetzer (captain), Richard Berrington (Vice-Captain), Dylan Budge, Matthew Cross (wk), Chris Sole.

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T20 World Cup 2022 Live Telecast and Live Streaming Details

The ICC T20 World Cup 2022 will be a competition that various broadcasters will cover throughout the globe. The ICC T20 World Cup 2022 will be broadcast live on the channels listed below in great clarity.

In India

The official broadcaster of the ICC T20 World Cup in India in 2022 is Star Sports. Thus, all of the tournament’s matches will be televised in India on Star Sports stations. Matches can be seen live on Disney+ Hoststar by subscribers, where the streaming will be available.

In Afghanistan

RTA Sports and Ariana TV will broadcast the T20 World Cup 2022 in Afghanistan.

In Sri Lanka

Siyatha RV will broadcast the T20 World Cup 2022 live in Sri Lanka.

In Bangladesh

The ICC T20 World Cup 2022 matches will be televised in Bangladesh on Gazi TV, T Sports, and BTV.

In Pakistan

Viewers in Pakistan may watch the competition on PTV Sports and Ten Sports.

In Nepal

In Nepal, Star Sports will broadcast the tournament.

In Australia

The ICC T20 World Cup 2022 will be broadcast live and streamed live in Australia thanks to Kayo Sports and Foxtel.

In New Zealand

The T20 World Cup 2022 will be broadcast live in New Zealand by Sky Sport.

In South Africa

SuperSport will broadcast the T20 World Cup 2022 live in South Africa.

In the United Kingdom

Sky Sports Cricket will broadcast the competition live in the United Kingdom.

In the Caribbean (West Indies)

ESPN will broadcast the tournament’s live action in the West Indies, an area in the Caribbean.

In the United States

The matches will be streamed live and broadcast live in the United States on Willow TV and Willow Xtra.

In Canada

Willow TV Canada will present the tournament in Canada.

In UAE and Middle-East

In UAE and Middle-east, BeIN Sports will present the live action of the tournament.

In Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore

Astro Cricket will present the live telecast of T20 World Cup 2022 in Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore. Yupp TV will present the live streaming in Hong Kong while Singtel will present the live streaming in Singapore.

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The England team has welcomed back Alex Hales just in time for the T20 World Cup

T20 World Cup: Hales, 33, has battled his demons and grown up. and is now prepared to take his second shot at the World Cup after scoring seven international centuries, contributing to two ODI totals that broke records, and passing 10,000 career runs in T20.

The three-year exile for England’s white-ball powerhouse Alex Hales is finally ended. Even though he may have had problems staying out of trouble due to scandal and “trust issues.”

Hales was selected for the T20 World Cup squad as a replacement for Jonny Bairstow due to injury. and he has persuaded England’s management that he is a risk worth taking.

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Alex Hales
Alex Hales

Due to off-field difficulties, he may not have represented England since 2019, but with his current form, Jason Roy’s struggles. And Bairstow’s leg injury from slipping on a golf course, he has a chance to make an improbable comeback.

Before the 2019 World Cup, Hales tested positive for recreational drugs; at the time. White-ball captain Eoin Morgan claimed that this led to “a complete. Breakdown in trust” and Hales’ expulsion from the team.

The Nottinghamshire batter had already been placed on administrative leave for his involvement in a brawl outside a Bristol nightclub in 2017, during which Ben Stokes, a teammate from England, was initially charged with affray but ultimately found not guilty. He later apologized for “all the offense” he had caused after a photo of him wearing black face makeup in 2009 was revealed in November of last year.

The explosive T20 opener, who helped England to No. 1 in the world rankings and established two one-day international totals records, is back, but where has he been for the past three years?

Smashing the ball about for Barbados Tridents

Hales helped Notts reach the Vitality Blast semifinal in decent form throughout the 2019 English summer. A month after being released by England, he was selected by the Barbados Tridents, the team that placed last in the league stage of the previous season, in the first round of the Caribbean Premier League draught.

Alex Hales
Alex Hales

Hales impressed in his first season, helping Jason Holder’s Tridents to the title.

Heading to Durban

After joining the Durban Heat before the Mzansi Super League season, the hard-hitting England star became the team’s new international marquee player in September 2019.

“I have always wanted to play T20 cricket in South Africa, so when I was offered the chance here it was a no-brainer for me,” he said.

Hales once more made an impression, but not enough to help Durban advance.

Time for the Big Bash

Hales signed a one-year contract with Sydney Thunder for the Big Bash League in Australia after having successful stints with the Melbourne Renegades, Adelaide Strikers, and Hobart Hurricanes previously. To know more about England Vs Australia Tickets click here.

He’s one of the most devastating batters, an amazing defender, and obviously a highly experienced player, according to Sydney Thunder head coach Shane Bond.

Hales went on to score 576 runs at a strike rate of just under 150 and finished the 2019 BBL as the second-highest run-scorer. Together with Usman Khawaja, he also created a fantastic starting combination.

Alex Hales
Alex Hales

A more mature player and person

In May 2020, Hales said he had “matured” as a player and person and hoped to get back into England’s international plans.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Hales said: “I just hope the damage that’s been done isn’t terminal and I get another bite of the cherry.

“I certainly feel I have matured. As a player and away from the game, I’ve moved on and grown from the mistakes I’ve made in my private life, and hopefully, people can forgive and forget.

“I feel I’m in good head space and hopefully I’ll get the chance to show that in the group environment again. I’d love to get my place back; playing international cricket is the highlight of any player’s career.

“As Morgs (Eoin Morgan) has said, I guess time is the biggest healer. I just don’t know how long that is going to go on. It can be tough to rebuild that trust when you are not in the close-knit circles.”

Back on the road & hotel quarantine

The Pakistan Super League semifinals and championship game were postponed in April 2020 as a result of a request from Karachi King’s batsman Hales.

At two in the morning, Hales admitted to Kings’ owner that he was exhibiting signs of Covid-19.

Alex Hales was a part of the Kings team that defeated Lahore Qalandars in the final, which was ultimately played in November.

Top Order Batsmen Hales was selected for the Barbados Tridents’ Caribbean Premier League team in July 2020, but he was unable to help them reach the playoffs.

Hales was compelled to spend 14 days in a hotel after departing the UK to prepare for the Big Bash in Australia that winter.

“Yeah it was tough – punishing is one way to describe it. it was an interesting couple of weeks not seeing daylight or getting fresh air,” he said.

“It was a new experience but it was worth it now to get the chance to play in the Big Bash. There’s a bit more freedom here than you get back home as well.

“It’s tough to leave home at any time. I have refreshed and only played a month and a half of cricket and it wasn’t in bubbles in the UK.

“I’d be a lot fresher than some of those guys that have been in bubble life since June or July, so I can see where they are coming from. It’s such a huge strain on your mental and physical health to be in those bubbles.

” I am fresh and looking forward to the next couple of months.”

The imposing figure of Hales ended up as the top scorer, helping Thunder finish fifth.

Alex Hales
Alex Hales

Timely reminder

With a blazing 482 runs at a strike rate of 178 for Nottinghamshire during the 2021 T20 Blast, Hales served as a timely reminder of his skills to selectors.

Despite this, England selectors ignored Hales once more before the ODI and T20 Pakistan series due to a coronavirus outbreak in the bio-bubble.

Michael Vaughan took to Twitter to vent his frustration at Hales’ latest snub.

“So No Alex Hales that must be the end of his international career then find it very sad that someone who made a huge mistake but was punished can’t be given another go,” Vaughan wrote on Twitter.

“We all mistakes every week!!! Those that say they don’t are lying” added Vaughan.

Covid-19 & bubble fatigue

Hales spent the winter in Australia, where he signed a deal with Covid-19, playing for Thunder in the BBL and Islamabad United in the Pakistan Super League.

He briefly left the PSL before rejoining, but he ultimately decided to step away from the franchise scene because of the bio-secure environment constraints, which, he freely admits, hurt his mental health.

“I am truly gutted to have to turn down one of the best opportunities of my career due to the toil that the last two years of bubble life have taken on my mental well-being. I’ll now take some time to rest and recharge ahead of the summer,” said Hales.

Due to bubble fatigue, Hales withdrew from the 2022 IPL with the Kolkata Knight Riders, but in April he was acquired by the Trent Rockets for The Hundred.

‘Forgive, move on

After he struck a stunning 59 off 29 balls including four sixes and six fours during the Rocket’s victory over Oval Invincibles, Sky Sports’ Nasser Hussain said: “I try and pick people on their ability as a cricketer. He did the crime, he served his time… forgive, move on.

“But, you can’t tell me from what we’ve seen from domestic franchises around the world… Alex Hales is a serious cricketer.

“Try and pick your best side, but they may know something else, that inner core of senior players may not want him.”

England ICC T20 World Cup squad

Jos Buttler (Lancashire, captain), Moeen Ali (Worcestershire), Harry Brook (Yorkshire), Sam Curran (Surrey), Alex Hales (Nottinghamshire) Chris Jordan (Surrey), Liam Livingstone (Lancashire), Dawid Malan (Yorkshire), Adil Rashid (Yorkshire), Phil Salt (Lancashire), Ben Stokes (Durham), Reece Topley (Surrey), David Willey (Yorkshire), Chris Woakes (Warwickshire), Mark Wood (Durham).

Traveling Reserves: Liam Dawson (Hampshire), Richard Gleeson (Lancashire), Tymal Mills (Sussex).

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Australia celebrates the T20 World Cup with aerial celebrations

There are currently less than 40 days until the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022. From October 16 to November 13, a global show-stopping event featuring 16 ensembles will take place. From one end of the nation to the other. Today, when supporters began to gather on Easy Street in Perth and Sydney, the T20 World Cup festivities soared to the skies. T20 World Cup fans can Australia vs Afghanistan Tickets on our website.

Usman Khawaja, an Australian cricket player, was at Sydney Harbor in Sydney. As each of the 16 opposing factions’ flags was hoisted over the city. Sydney Drama House and Sydney Harbor Extension are just two of its indisputably popular tourist attractions.

ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Celebrations in Sydney
ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Celebrations in Sydney

The ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Prize Call appeared in Perth, Western Australia. Shane Watson blasted the reward to distract fans from the well-known tourist destination, Rottnest Island, via a jet. Fans from each of the six groups are guaranteed to attend five games in Perth. Walked to Perth Arena and had the chance to see the priceless flatware in person.

In Geelong, where the T20 World Cup’s opening match will be played on October 16 between 2014 hosts Sri Lanka and Namibia, a commencement clock and painting were also found. The wall painting was created by a local Sri Lankan craftsman. And will remain at Kardinia Park Arena after the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 concludes.

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Extra standing room tickets were recently sold out. For the incredibly anticipated Sunday, October 23, India v. Pakistan tickets at the MCG. The T20 World Cup 2022 is anticipated to draw more than 800,000 spectators. There are also tickets for adults and passes for all 12 games available.

Australian cricketer and ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Multicultural Diplomat Usman Khawaja said;

“The T20 World Cup is a monstrous worldwide occasion and the way that 16 groups will all be playing across Australia simultaneously is extremely extraordinary. What I’m eager to see similar to a piece of the T20 Champions program loves every one of the various groups coming to the arenas to commend their legacy and energy for cricket.”

ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Celebrations in Sydney
ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Celebrations in Sydney

“While Australia is the hosts of the occasion, this will be a home World Cup for individuals of various foundations regardless of where they are from. We’ve seen ICC T20 World Cup Tickets sell out for the India and Pakistan coordinate with more than 80% of those fans living here in Australia. This shows how large the open door is for cricket to connect with devotees of all kinds of foundations to be essential for the Australian Cricket family.”

Chris Tetley

ICC Head of Occasions said: “There is a genuine feeling of energy and expectation now we are only 32 days from the beginning of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022. The present exercises across Australia to commend the achievement feature this is an occasion not to be missed, With each of the 16 groups affirmed and the last little details to occasion arrangement being embraced.

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Michelle Enright said that this ICC T20 World Cup 2022 is for everybody
Michelle Enright said that this ICC T20 World Cup 2022 is for everybody

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Neighborhood Sorting out Panel President Michelle Enright said.

“With just 32 days to go until the T20 World Cup, our message is that this is a World Cup for everybody. It will be an unfishable festival of cricket and the various societies that make up its remarkable worldwide fan base.

“World Cups have an unmatched capacity to join the nation and to move the future. With kids passes to all Really 12 matches are additionally accessible, we trust whatever number families as could reasonably be expected can come and see the world’s best cricketers and offer in the delight of a live game.”

Movember Collaborates with ICC T20 World Cup 2022

The ICC T20 World Cup kicks begin in Australia in less than 32 days. The T20 World Cup and Movember are working together to promote programs that can prevent self-destruction and promote psychological wellness on a global scale. T20 World Cup fans can New Zealand vs Australia Tickets on our website.

Movember, which has a positive history with the cricket community and has been named the event’s local good cause partner, has worked to change the way we talk about men’s health for more than 15 years as a result of that partnership.

Between 16 October and 13 November, 45 games will be played across seven host cities as part of the event. By acting at matches, the organization hopes to leverage the influence of the T20 World Cup to promote debates and instruction about mental health and prosperity.

There has never been a better time to start these conversations and open honest communication about emotional wellness because very nearly one in two Australians may eventually experience mental chronic illness. T20 World Cup fans can Australia T20 World Cup Tickets on our website.

Nearby to aid in releasing the organization Aaron Finch, the captain of Australia, was joined by players from the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. Organizing Movember APAC Country Chief Rachel Carr and Board of Trustees Chief Michelle Enright. A giant impersonation of the T20 prize was sporting a “Hotshot” mustache.

Movember is a social work partner for ICC T20 World Cup 2022
Movember is a social work partner for ICC T20 World Cup 2022

Rachel Carr

APAC Country Chief at Movember, said: “Movember has a long and glad history with the cricketing local area. It’s a game that is not just woven into the texture of our way of life. Yet one that likewise unites individuals. And we need to utilize that unimaginable force of association to focus light on psychological well-being.

We’re excited to collaborate with a stalwart occasion like the T20 World Cup to carry psychological well-being discussions to the worldwide stage. To invite more Mo allies into our shaggy local area so we can keep on financing imaginative. Advancement examination and backing programs with their help.

Programs that will stop our dads, siblings, and mates from kicking the bucket excessively youthful. And permit us to change the substance of men’s well-being on a worldwide scale.

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Pakistan releases its 2022 men’s T20 World Cup roster

In preparation for the T20 World Cup Australia 2022, which will take place from October 16 to November 13, Pakistan’s cricket selectors today unveiled their team. Pakistan has been one of the most consistent teams to date, having won the championship in 2009 in the United Kingdom, advanced to the final in 2007, and participated in the semifinals in 2010, 2012, and 2021.

Along with fast bowlers Mohammad Wasim Junior and Shaheen Shah Afridi, top-order batsman Shan Masood has been selected for the 15-player World Cup team for the first time, while the three traveling reserves are Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Haris, and Shahnawaz Dahani.

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Wasim Junior was added to the team after fully recovering from the side strain he sustained during the ACC T20 Asia Cup, but Shaheen, who is in London receiving treatment for a knee ailment and will likely start bowling again early next month, will join the team in Brisbane on October 15.

Pakistani Men’s T20 World Cup Team (changes to the team are permitted up until October 15 without the Event Technical Committee’s approval):

Babar Azam (captain) (Central Punjab), Shadab Khan (vice-captain) (Northern), Asif Ali (Northern), Haider Ali (Northern), Haris Rauf (Northern), Iftikhar Ahmed (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Khushdil Shah (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Hasnain (Sindh), Mohammad Nawaz (Northern), Mohammad Rizwan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Wasim Junior (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Naseem Shah (Southern Punjab), Shaheen Shah Afridi (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Shan Masood (Balochistan) and Usman Qadir (Central Punjab)

Traveling reserves:

Fakhar Zaman (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Haris (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) and Shahnawaz Dahani (Sindh).

The World Cup-bound team will compete in the T20I tri-series in Christchurch from October 7–14 with Bangladesh and New Zealand as the other competing teams before they arrived in Brisbane on October 15.

We have a team that can do well at the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022, according to chief selector Muhammad Wasim. Since practically the same group of players has been a part of the T20I squad following the 2021 World Cup in the UAE, we have shown faith and confidence in them.

“These players have performed well since November 2021 and that’s why we have won nine out of our last 13 T20Is. We have invested in these cricketers and it is fair to them that they get the opportunity to show their mettle in the World Cup, an event for which they have been preparing and training hard.

“We needed to ensure continuity and support to these players, and that’s precisely what we have done.

“We are receiving encouraging reports about Shaheen Shah Afridi, who is likely to resume bowling early next month.”

All of the players who will travel for the World Cup have been named by the selectors, except Fakhar Zaman and Shaheen Shah Afridi, for the seven-match T20I series against England. According to their plan to reward top players, the selectors have replaced them with Northern’s all-rounder Aamir Jamal and Sindh’s unidentified spinner Abrar Ahmed.

Muhammad Wasim: “Along with Shan Masood, I want to congratulate Aamir Jamal and Abrar Ahmed on earning their maiden call-ups. Both Aamir and Abrar have been selected as we believe they have the skills, talent, and potential to represent Pakistan at the highest level and I am hopeful if they get opportunities, they will perform strongly.

“Fakhar Zaman has also been rested from the England T20Is so that he can recover from the knee injury he sustained when he landed awkwardly while fielding in the final.”

Pakistan squad for England T20Is:

Babar Azam (captain) (Central Punjab), Shadab Khan (vice-captain) (Northern), Aamir Jamal (Northern), Abrar Ahmed (Sindh), Asif Ali (Northern), Haider Ali (Northern), Haris Rauf (Northern), Iftikhar Ahmed (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Khushdil Shah (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Haris (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Hasnain (Sindh), Mohammad Nawaz (Northern), Mohammad Rizwan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Wasim Junior (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Naseem Shah (Southern Punjab), Shahnawaz Dahani (Sindh), Shan Masood (Balochistan) and Usman Qadir (Central Punjab)

SCHEDULE OF MATCHES:

Pakistan v England T20Is (matches to start at 1930 PKT):

20 September – 1st T20I, Karachi

22 September – 2nd T20I, Karachi

23 September – 3rd T20I, Karachi

25 September – 4th T20I, Karachi

28 September – 5th T20I, Lahore

30 September – 6th T20I, Lahore

2 October – 7th T20I, Lahore

Pakistan v Bangladesh and New Zealand (T20I tri-series)

7 October – vs Bangladesh, Christchurch

8 October – vs New Zealand, Christchurch

11 October – vs New Zealand, Christchurch

13 October – vs Bangladesh, Christchurch

14 October – Final, Christchurch

Pakistan at ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Australia 2022:

23 October – vs India, Melbourne

27 October – vs winner Group B, Perth

30 October – vs runner-up Group A, Perth

3 November – vs South Africa, Sydney

6 November – vs Bangladesh, Adelaide

Star pacer included in Pakistan T20 World Cup squad

The renowned pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi will make his injury comeback in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia in 2022 after Pakistan announced their 15-person roster. Afridi missed the Asia Cup when the medical staff recommended a 4-6 week break due to a right knee ligament ailment. During the first Test match against Sri Lanka in Galle in July, he sustained an injury while playing the field.

In addition, Shan Masood, who has yet to participate in a T20I match, and Haider Ali, who last played in the format in December 2021, were both included in the squad.

The explosive batsman Fakhar Zaman, on the other hand, was forced to join the reserves due to a knee injury, and despite considerable speculation, veteran Shoaib Malik was not recalled.

Masood received his first T20I call-up after having a successful run in the T20 Blast in England. He has participated in Tests and ODIs for Pakistan, most recently doing so in the longest format in 2021.

Fakhar Zaman, who continues to be in the reserves despite a subpar 2022 with the bat, is replaced by Haider Ali. The left-hander has appeared in seven T20 Internationals this year, scoring just 96 runs overall with an average of 13.71.

Haider has played 21 T20Is for Pakistan, the last of them in December 2021. He has made three fifties and averages 23.88 in the format.

“We have a team that can perform strongly in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022,” chief selector Mohammad Wasim said.

“That’s why we have shown faith and confidence in almost the same set of players who have been part of the T20I squad post the 2021 World Cup in the UAE.

“These players have performed well since November 2021 and that’s why we have won nine out of our last 13 T20Is. We have invested in these cricketers and it is fair to them that they get the opportunity to show their mettle in the World Cup, an event for which they have been preparing and training hard.

“We needed to ensure continuity and support to these players, and that’s precisely what we have done. We are receiving encouraging reports about Shaheen Shah Afridi, who is likely to resume bowling early next month.”

Before the T20 World Cup, the same team will participate in the tri-series, which also features Bangladesh, in New Zealand.

The three traveling reserves are Mohammad Haris, Shahnawaz Dahani, and Fakhar Zaman. In the seven-match T20I series against England, the same team—minus Shaheen Afridi and Fakhar Zaman—will take the field.

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The key takeaways from South Africa’s 2022 T20 World Cup squad

South Africa has announced its 15-member team for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, Australia. One striking absence is from the squad.

Temba Bavuma will lead the side at the T20 World Cup for the second year in a row after completing a complete recovery from an elbow injury sustained during the tour to India in June.

Rassie van den Dussen was the most prominent omission in the squad. He missed the flight from Australia because of a finger injury that required surgery. Although it would be difficult to replace Rassie van der Dussen, the Proteas would hope there is enough firepower to compensate.

The Proteas didn’t mess with the team that traveled for the T20 World Cup last season, with only three modifications.

We take a look at the most important takeaways from this squad announcement.

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Rassie injury dents middle order

Rassie van der Dussen’s injury couldn’t have come at a worse time for South Africa. He sustained a finger injury in the second Test against England at Manchester. However, he continued to fight on. After the match, he had to fly home and now will need surgery. He will be out of action for at least six more weeks.

Rassie, the second-highest T20I run getter for the Proteas in this decade’s T20I season, has quickly established himself as the backbone of South Africa’s batting order. He was also a key cog in the previous World Cup campaigns in UAE and Oman. Aiden Markram, David Miller and David Miller will assume the responsibility of the middle order in his absence. They have been excellent of late.

Tristan Stubbs is one of three new members to the squad. He has impressed throughout his brief international career. Stubbs has the experience to make up Rassie’s absence.

T20 globetrotter finds a place

Two months ago, it was more than six years that Rilee Rossouw had played in South African colours for T20Is. Two months later, the T20 globetrotter is back in the squad for Australia’s World Cup.

Rossouw’s T20 statistics tell you enough about his credentials in the shortest format. In 261 games, the 32 year-old scored 6633 runs at an averaging of 30.99 hitting at 142.40. Rossouw has experience in almost every major league in the world, which could be a huge asset to South Africa’s batting lineup.

He scored a 96* from 55 balls against England on his international return and proved that he has the ability to conquer the world. Rossouw could be the game-changer in South Africa by winning the T20 World Cup in Australia.

Pretorius, Parnell push all-rounder duo in reserves

Dwaine Pretorius’ inclusion and Wayne Parnell’s inclusion were two of the most intriguing aspects of South Africa’s selection. Parnell, just like Rossouw has recently returned to South Africa’s team after a gap close to five years in June during the series against India. He has now beaten Marco Jansen to the squad thanks to his experience.

Pretorius on the other hand has been a great player and is now one of the most sought after T20 players in franchise leagues all over the world.

During the virtual conference, Victor Mpitsang, CSA’s convenor, spoke out about his duo’s ability bowl in the dying that gave them an edge over Marco Jansen and Andile Phehlukwayo, who both find themselves in reserves for the World Cup squad.

“Wayne gives us a different variation upfront, and his performances with the new ball and at the death,” Mpitsang explained. “The way Pretorius has bowled at the middle and the end has stood out. A guy like Andile (Phehlukwayo) had a good run. It’s a good back-up to have.”

Pretorius and Parnell round off the three changes to South Africa’s squad from the previous World Cup. South Africa has a squad which has almost all the boxes ticked and will be hoping that the new inclusions can fire them maiden T20 World Cup glory.

South Africa name T20 World Cup squad

Cricket South Africa (CSA), Tuesday announced the Proteas’ team for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in 2022 in Australia. Rassie van den Dussen was the only notable absentee from the squad. He continues to recover from the finger injury sustained in the second Test against England. The surgery is scheduled for Rassie van der Dussen, who will be out of action at least six weeks.

Good news for South Africa: Captain Temba Bavuma, who suffered an elbow injury in the T20I series against India last June, has fully recovered and will lead the Proteas to a second World Cup.

Rilee Rossow made his return to South Africa’s T20I setup in July after a gap in six years. He also finds a spot in the squad.

The same 15-member team will travel to India to play three matches in the T20I series, which takes place later this month. This is ahead of the World Cup.

Speaking on the squad selection, CSA Convenor of Selectors Victor Mpitsang said: “This has been a really tough squad to select, simply because we had so many players in excellent form over the past few months and performing at a level that made the selectors sit up and notice them.  

“Someone like Tristan Stubbs who was not in the frame a year ago has done incredibly well to force his way into the mix based on his performances and his selection should be an inspiration for every young player out there. We are also delighted to welcome back our captain Temba Bavuma from injury and we have no doubt his return will further galvanise the team.  

“This group of players showed off their brilliant skill and talent when they overcame England in England recently. These sort of performances only bode well for us heading to the World Cup. Overall we are delighted with mix of players that have been chosen and look forward to watching them represent the country in Australia.” 

Squad: Temba Bavuma (captain), Quinton de Kock, Heinrich Klaasen, Reeza Hendricks, Keshav Maharaj, Aiden Markram, David Miller, Lungi Ngidi, Anrich Nortje, Wayne Parnell, Dwaine Pretorius, Kagiso Rabada, Rillee Rossouw, Tabraiz Shamsi, Tristan Stubbs.

Reserves: Bjorn Fortuin, Marco Jansen and Andile Phehlukwayo.

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Smith targets big role at T20 World Cup

Australia’s Steve Smith believes he can play a bigger role in this year’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup campaign, should he be used in the hosts’ tournament defence.

Making just 69 runs across four innings in last year’s campaign, Smith has found fitting into Australia’s T20I side tricky in recent times, often deployed to rebuild an innings after a poor start.

In spite of concerns of his game not being suited to the shortest format, the 33-year-old believes that he can be a valuable asset in national colours, as shown by a knock of 37* (27) to help the side to a series win against Sri Lanka in June.

Steve Smith
Steve Smith

“I feel like when I’m playing good T20 cricket, I’m in that team for sure,” Smith told reporters on Tuesday.

“I think the role that I’ve been given in the last couple of years is the Mr. Fix-it sort of role, and that tag’s been taken away from me now (since) the Sri Lanka tour.”

While not known for brute force with the bat, Smith has played a number of dashing knocks in Australian colours, with all four of his half-centuries in T20Is coming at a strike rate of better than 140. 

Should he be entrusted to up the run rate in the middle order, Smith feels he can compliment the likes of Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell and others around him, either posting ominous totals or chasing targets down in front of home fans.

“I felt like I could go out and just play with a lot more freedom naturally (in Sri Lanka) and not have any kind of hesitation in the back of my mind, like I need to be a bit more reserved or anything.”

“I can just take the game on and if I want to smack someone for six first ball, then I’m able to do that freely. When I’m playing my best, I play freely. I watch the ball and hit the gaps and just look to use the middle of my bat as much as possible.”

Steve Smith
Steve Smith

Australia’s preparations for the tournament meanwhile have been struck a minor blow with news of Mitchell Marsh nursing an ankle injury.

Set to miss ODI Super League matches against Zimbabwe and New Zealand, the Australians are hoping to take the all-rounder to India in late September, with a three-match T20I series ideal preparation for their tournament defence.

Marsh is a rival to Smith for the No.3 spot, though Smith acknowledged his team-mate will play a big part in the home campaign.

“It’s obviously not ideal for Mitch. He’s been playing some really good white ball cricket recently.”

“He was obviously a big part of our T20 World Cup campaign last year and I’m sure there’s big plans for him this year, so I think the priority is to get him right for that.”

Australia’s T20 World Cup defence begins on 22 October, when they take on New Zealand in a re-match of the 2021 final in Sydney.

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