As a result of the disruptions caused last year, there will be plenty of cricket in 2021. It will be the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 that will be the highlight of the cricketing year. Australia was originally scheduled to host the 2020 tournament, but it was transferred to India, followed by the United Arab Emirates and Oman. On October 17th, 2021, the tournament is scheduled to begin.
ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Astrological & Numerological Prediction
The toss would definitely be worthwhile considering the pitch conditions in UAE and Oman, as well as dew and humidity factors. Toss winners have always won the game in the past. This has always been seen and recorded.
In recent ODIs and T20s (Pakistan vs England) hosted in the UAE, both series were contested and England won. It is only due to the toss; England decided to play according to the pitch conditions.
T20 World Cup 2021 Group Stage Prediction
Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are the two standout teams in Group B and have a good chance of qualifying for Super 12. Both teams are likely to win their respective groups with consummate ease, and we have no reason to doubt that. Namibia may get into the Super 12s at the expense of one of the Netherlands or Ireland, but we would not be too surprised if some other nation qualified instead.
ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Super 12s Prediction
In Group 1, Pakistan, Australia, West Indies, and New Zealand will join the top two teams from Group A. In Group 2, India, England, Afghanistan, and South Africa will join the top two teams from Group B.
According to many, one of England, Australia, Pakistan, or India will win the tournament; at the time of writing, they are the top four ranked teams.
The former captain of England, Michael Vaughan, believes India and England will contest the final in 2021, and that England will win.
Australia to struggle to qualify for the semifinals of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021
While the Aussies have won five 50-over World Cups, they have yet to capture the ICC T20 World Cup. This was their first appearance at the 2010 World T20. They were unable to win the trophy due to England’s interference.
Australia failed to reach the semifinals of the previous tournament. In addition to them, New Zealand, Bangladesh and Pakistan were also members of the group. The defending champions West Indies, runners-up England and dangerous South Africa are grouped with the Aussies this year.
It’s not surprising if Australia missed out on the semifinals yet again given their recent struggles in T20Is. In Group 1, Australia appears to be weaker than its opponents.
Predicting semi-finalists of T20 World Cup 2021
Australia Team Prediction and Preview for T20 World Cup 2021
Despite losing to England in the final at Bridgetown, Australia finished runners-up at the 2010 edition held in the Caribbean. First in South Africa in 2007 and then in Sri Lanka five years later, they reached the semifinals. However, the previous two times they went, they didn’t have a great time. Last time at the 2016 World T20 in India, the Aussies finished third in their group standings at the end of the Super 10 stage with two wins and as many losses from four matches.
Important T20 World Cup stats:
- A final has only ever been reached by Australia (a loss to England in 2010).
- Five-fifths of teams who have participated in multiple tournaments gained a win record of 55.17%
- Based on March 2021 world rankings, India is ranked second
Pakistan Team Prediction for t20 world cup 2021
Aside from the previous two World T20 Cups, Pakistan has played very well. It was their first World T20 title after losing to India in the inaugural tournament in Johannesburg in 2007 when they defeated Sri Lanka in the final at Lord’s during that year’s World T20. They qualified for the finals in 2012 after finishing as semi-finalists in 2010. Pakistan finished fourth in their group’s leaderboard last time after losing three of their four matches.
India Team for t20 world cup 2021
The team won the inaugural 2007 World T20 held in South Africa by five runs over Pakistan at the Wanderers in Johannesburg. Despite these three missed semi-final appearances, India ended up finishing runners-up in 2014 after losing to Sri Lanka in Dhaka’s final. Despite losing two out of four matches, they finished second in their Super 10 group with three wins. The Semi-Finals ended with India being defeated by the West Indies by seven wickets.
Important T20 World Cup stats:
- Having won 64,06% of their matches in more than one tournament (Sri Lanka has 64,28%) makes them the 2nd best match win percentage.
- The least number of T20 World Cup losses (11) among the major nations
- (Minimum 10 innings) Kohli has the highest batting average (86.33) of any player. With 54.62, Michael Hussey has the next-highest score.
England Team for t20 world cup 2021 Prediction and Preview
As a result of a convincing seven-wicket victory over Australia, England claimed victory in the 2010 West Indies tournament.
Both editions, hosted by Sri Lanka in 2012 and Bangladesh in 2014, failed to make it to the semi-final round. In 2016, England won their first T20 World Cup after back-to-back disappointing campaigns. However, after losing the final to the West Indies at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata, the team finished runners-up at the tournament.
Important T20 World Cup stats:
- 2010 champions, 2016 runners-up
- Have won just 48.38% of the tournaments (out of six) despite having played all six
- As of March 2020, third in the world T20 rankings
South Africa Prediction and Preview for t20 world cup 2021
T20 World Cup finals have yet to be won by South Africa. As a result, the 2009 and 2014 editions (which were played in England and Bangladesh respectively) had the best results, where they finished as semi-finalists on both occasions. In the last Super 10 stage, the Proteas finished third in their group with two wins and two losses, just missing out on a semi-final spot.
New Zealand Team for t20 world cup 2021 Prediction and Preview
In the inaugural tournament, New Zealand reached the semi-finals but failed to make the knockouts on the following four occasions. Despite finishing semi-finalists again last time, the Black Caps won the 2016 T20 World Cup in India. All four games they played were won, putting them at the top of the Super 10 points table. Despite an impressive campaign, New Zealand lost to England in the semi-finals at Delhi.
Important T20 World Cup stats:
- They have lost twice in semi-finals in the past
- NZ (53.33%) has the best win percentage of all the teams to have played all six tournaments, other than England (48.38%)
- As of March 2021, the NZ is ranked sixth in the world in T20
Sri Lanka Team for T20 world cup 2021 Prediction and Preview
It was their first-ever T20 World Cup triumph when they defeated India comprehensively in the final in Dhaka at the 2014 edition, which was held in Bangladesh. Runners-up in 2009 in England after losing to Pakistan, and in 2012 at home to the West Indies in Colombo. Last time around in India, Sri Lanka lost three of four matches and failed to advance beyond the group stage.
Bangladesh Team for T20 world cup 2021 Prediction and Preview
It has never been possible for Bangladesh to qualify for a T20 World Cup semi-final. They failed to even get past the initial group stage of 2009, 2010 or 2012. From its first three matches last year, Bangladesh achieved two wins and a washout to reach the Super 10 stage. After losing all four matches – against India, Australia, and Pakistan – they finished at the bottom of the Super 10 group standings.
Afghanistan Team ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Semifinals
It will be Afghanistan that has the best chance of getting through to the Super 12 group stage. Rashid Khan’s outfit finds itself in a group with India, Pakistan, and New Zealand. Two additional teams may not cause much trouble for Afghanistan later on.
To strengthen their chances of qualifying for the semifinals, they must, however, perform well against India, Pakistan, and New Zealand. With the right ingredients, Afghanistan can succeed at the 2021 ICC T20 World Cup. Besides being in the UAE, Afghanistan has played a great deal of cricket there.
Our Prediction: Who Will Win T20 World Cup 2021?
All six countries qualifying for the 2021 T20 World Cup came through the 2019 qualifiers, but none of them has a chance of making it past the Super 10 stage, let alone winning the tournament. We do not expect Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to qualify for the semi-finals as they will have to compete in the first round. Afghanistan has secured a direct ticket to the Super 10, an incredible achievement for the minnows. It looks like they will not make it to the knockout stage. In the face of a better opponent, the West Indies, the defending champions, have lost some of their edges. In these conditions, Pakistan’s batting may struggle while South Africa is in a transition phase.
There are four teams that we feel will take part in the semi-finals: Australia, India, and New Zealand. There is plenty of firepower in England, New Zealand and India’s batting and bowling departments to take them far in the tournament. These three teams are currently ranked fourth, fifth and sixth respectively in the ICC T20I rankings. Australia, on the other hand, is considered one of the strongest contenders this year. In addition to having the home advantage in their favour, the return of David Warner and Steven Smith has strengthened their batting line-up. Therefore, we back the hosts to win their first World Cup in the T20s.
World T20 Teams & Qualification 2021
A further six nations qualified through qualifiers, with the top nine ranked ICC Full Members directly qualifying for the tournament.
India, Pakistan, Australia, England, South Africa, New Zealand, West Indies, and Afghanistan qualify for the Super 12s, while the remaining eight teams compete in the group stage.
In Group A, you’ll find Sri Lanka, Ireland, Papua New Guinea, and Oman, while in Group B, you’ll find Bangladesh, Namibia, the Netherlands and Scotland.
In the Super 12 round, which features the eight biggest names in the game, the top two teams from each group qualify.
Favorite Asian Team
This must surprise many, but Bangladesh has a chance to turn the tables at the T20 World Cup 2021 in the UAE/Oman with its professional and aggressive cricket. The Bangladesh cricket team played a stunning t20 series against Australia and beat them to become the first team in history to win a T20 series.
T20 World Cup 2021 Semi-Finalists Prediction
One mistake can lead to a team being beaten and kicked out of the tournament at this most difficult stage. It is quite easy to predict the semi-finalists based on the grouping and placement of dangerous teams like England, the West Indies, Pakistan, and India.
- 1st Semi Final: West Indies/India
- 2nd Semi Final: Pakistan/England
Due to the fact that two matches are slated to be played, four teams will advance to the semi-finals. England, West Indies, and India may qualify for the Semi-Final match, while Pakistan may also qualify, but they can be unpredictable.
World Cup T20 Astrology Prediction 2021
The last edition of this tournament saw India as huge favorites to win, but in the semi-finals, they fell to West Indies.
As the first-ever hosts to win the prestigious trophy, they’ll be pumped to win the prestigious trophy on home soil once again.
Despite their loss to the Windies in 2016 final, England appears to be the value bet when seeking redemption
Who will win T20 World Cup 2021?