Top 3: Contenders for T20 World Cup (1)

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With less than six weeks to go now for the much awaited World T20 in Bangladesh, every team has started to take a look at what players should board the flight to the host nation.

England’s squad has already been selected with Stuart Broad as captain plus two uncapped players in Moeen Ali and Stephen Parry (rest of the squad is same as the one that faced Australia).

Every other side is yet to be named by their respective boards, though everyone knows that who’ll be selected and whom not which gives us a fair idea about which team is likely to be puissant and which one, a coward.

One thing is clear; the one that has more power hitters is likely to dominate because of the culture of the game as they say it.

T20 clearly is a batsman’s format and the bowlers are there to just complete the quota of 11 players to be honest.

Based on who has more dependable power hitters (and a few good bowlers as well), I picked three sides, that in my view, are likely to win the ICC Silverware.

Here they are:

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England cricket
Australia cricket
T20 World Cup
West Indies cricket

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