The fragrance of T20 World Cup has spread throughout the cricket world at this time. Everyone’s eyes are looking for the way to see the winner of this year’s fast cricket. The Indian cricket team is considered to be a strong contender to win the title this year.Because the performance of Team India in the bilateral series was strong. Some former cricketers have considered India as the first choice to become this year’s champions. Meanwhile, former South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis has also made a big prediction about Team India.
Jacques Kallis considered this player to be the ace of Tirup
The Indian team is going to start its T20 World Cup caravan from October 16 against Pakistan. All eyes are currently on Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav, who are in strong form. But former South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis believes that Hardik Pandya can play an important role in making Team India champion in the T20 World Cup. Hardik has shown a stellar performance in T20 recently.
In such a situation, he will be very important for the team, and he is expected to see the same form in Australia. Apart from this, when Jacques Kallis was asked whether Hardik would be seen captaining India in future or not, he said that given the current situation, he cannot say anything on it.
Indian team will face Pakistan on 23 October
Along with this, let us tell you that the Indian team is going to start its caravan in the T20 World Cup 2022 by playing against the arch-rival Pakistan. This match can also be called the biggest match of this decade so far. Also, the Melbourne Cricket Ground is expected to attract lakhs of spectators. After this, India has to play the next match with the qualifying team, while Team India’s clash with South Africa is scheduled on 30 October.
Team India Schedule for T20 World Cup (As per Indian Time)
23 October (Sunday) – India vs Pakistan – 1.30 pm
27 October (Thursday) – India vs A2 – 12.30 pm IST
30 October (Sunday) – India v South Africa – 4.30 pm IST
November 2 (Wednesday) – India vs Bangladesh – 1.30 pm IST
November 6 (Sunday) – India vs B1 – 1.30 pm IST