The International Cricket Council (ICC) announces that the Men’s T20 world cup 2021 is going to take place in Oman and UAE, hosted by BCCI. The mega-event will take place from 17 October to 14 November. The nomination of teams selection has taken place based on ICC team ranking as of March 2021. There are twelve teams participating in the “Mega-Event“
The maasive disruption of Covid-19
The incident of Covid-19 has brought widespread disruption to sports gaming. As it did not spare any ground by making it empty. Faded the living ecstasy of sport. However, finally, a good comeback has taken place by announcing the aforementioned mega event. Especially some of the prominent rivals will stumble across to bring us with sizzling moments.
Group 1 consists of the defending champions West Indies along with England, Australia, and South Africa, with 2 qualifiers joining them from round 1.
The fierce rivals Pakistan and India are in Group 2. They are accompanied by Newzealand and the newly emerging Afghanistan team, along with two qualifiers from round 1.
A total of 8 teams will play the first round
The Qualifiers consist on eight teams
The following Srilanka, Netherland, Ireland, and Namibia are in Group A”, While Oman, Scotland, Bangladesh, and PNG are placed in Group B.
According to the ICC chief, the event will feature some thrilling matches as all the teams are in great form. Teams like Pakistan and India will be playing each other. The cricket fans are anxiously waiting for such a huge game, as both sides haven’t played each other for a long time. The event will bring life to the fans as it is the first big event after the covid-19 pandemic.
Event fix in India:
In the beginning, event fixes in India but a serious disruption of Covid has held it over for Oman and UAE. Now the event will take place in Oman and UAE. This is going to bring excitement.
Tournament history: Sri Lanka is one of four teams to have won the men’s T20 World Cup, secured the tournament in 2014. They clinched the Final from India that year thanks to “a half-century” from Kumar Sangakkara and prominent spells from Lasith Malinga, Rangana Herath, and Angelo Mathews.
The victory in 2014 was prominently auspicious, having finished runners-up in 2009 and 2014, as well as the 2007 and 2011 Cricket World Cups.