The seventh ICC T20 Cricket World Cup gets underway next month, with 16 teams fighting it out to be crowned world champions.
Ahead of its start, we’ve put together a handy guide on all you need to know about the tournament.
The T20 Cricket World Cup is a knockout twenty-twenty cricket tournament held every two years.
Some 16 teams take part, but the top-ranked eight teams (as of 20 March 2021) join the competition at the later, Super 12 stage.
The tournament begins with matches between the other eight teams, who are divided into two groups. The top two teams in each group qualify for the Super 12 stage, where they join the top-ranked sides, forming two groups of six teams.
The top two teams from each Super 12 group then go on to contest the semi-finals, with the tournament winners being crowned in the final after a single match of 20 overs each.
The T20 Cricket World Cup will take place from Sunday, October 17, with the first match featuring hosts Oman and tournament debutants Papua New Guinea and will run until the final on Sunday, November 14.
All matches will be played at four venues in Oman and the United Arab Emirates, with the final taking place at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
West Indies are the current T20 Cricket World Cup holders after they defeated England in 2016 final in Kolkata. An 85 not-out from Marlon Samuels led the Windies’ charge as they chased down a 155-run England lead to ultimately win by four wickets.
England failed to add to their 2010 World Cup success, where they defeated Australia. Other previous winners include India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
West Indies are the most successful team, winning the competition twice since the first T20 Cricket World Cup was first held in 2007.
2007 champions India are currently 5/2 favourites to lift the trophy in Oman and the UAE. They began this year well with a 3-2 T20 series win over England, but the fact they lost twice to Sri Lanka this summer shows the Indian team have some vulnerabilities.
England are currently ranked number one in the world and since losing the series to India in March, they have responded with a 3-0 series win over Sri Lanka and a 2-1 defeat of Pakistan. They are close second favourites at 3/1.
Australia have won only four times in fifteen T20 matches this year, including a disastrous 4-1 series defeat by Bangladesh most recently, which saw them slip below that rival in the ICC T20 world rankings. Captain Aaron Finch has a huge task on his hands to turn things around with his team a 6/1 chance to emerge victoriously.
West Indies are looking for their third ICC Cricket World Cup and come into the tournament in reasonable form having comfortably defeated Australia in July. Their team features classy veterans Chris Gayle and Dwayne Bravo and odds of 6/1 about their chances could provide some value.
New Zealand and Pakistan are priced at 7/1 and 10/1. Both would have fighting chances if finding their best form.
The outsiders to watch could be Bangladesh at 50/1. They have won T20 series against Australia and New Zealand most recently, proving they are not to be underestimated. Their qualification from Group B should be straightforward, but whether they have the firepower to challenge in the Super 12 remains to be seen.
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The T20 World Cup is the international tournament of men’s Twenty20 Cricket. It is organised by cricket’s main governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC). It consists of 16 nations compromising of the currently ranked top ten countries in the world (in T20 format) and six further nations chosen through the T20 World Cup Qualifiers.
The T20 World Cup in generally held every two years since its inception in 2007, with this year’s edition in Australia being played currently. The Group Stage of this year’s edition started on 15th October 2022, with the final to be played on Sunday 13th November.
The 2022 T20 World Cup is being played in Australia across seven different cities. The different venues are as follows:
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Year opened: 1871
Seven group stage matches
Interesting fact: In 2014, sports journalist Gerard Whateley described the venue as being “the most perfect piece of modern architecture”.
The Gabba, Brisbane
Year opened: 1895
Four group stages matches
Interesting fact: The stadium capacity will increase to 50,000 for the 2032 Olympics.
Kardinia Park, Geelong
Year opened: 2016 (for cricket).
Sri Lanka vs Namibia in the first round
Interesting fact: Is the largest capacity Australian stadium in a regional city.
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Year opened: 1914
Nine matches throughout the Group Stage and Super 12s
Interesting fact: Is the only venue on the island of Tasmania that hosts international cricket matches.
Perth Stadium, Perth
Year opened: 2017
Five Super 12s matches, including a double header
Interesting fact: Perth Stadium was awarded the 2019 World Prix Versailles award –
World Architecture and Design Award – in the Sports category.
Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne
Year opened: 1853
Seven Super 12 fixtures
Interesting fact: The MCG is the second biggest cricket stadium in the world by capacity.
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
Year opened: 1851
Seven Super 12 fixtures
Interesting fact: The SCG has hosted more elite sport than any other comparable facility in the world, with international cricket, rugby league, rugby union, football, Major League Baseball, cycling, Highland Games, lawn tennis events all held there.
The twelve teams that reached the Super 12 phase – essentially two groups of six countries – of the 2021 World Cup automatically qualified for the 2022 tournament. Of those countries, Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Pakistan, New Zealand and South Africa qualified directly for this year’s Super 12 phase based on performances in the 2021 tournament and rankings as of November 2021. Those eight countries were drawn into the following two groups:
But before any of those fixtures can commence, as the name ‘Super 12’ suggests, we need four more countries to enter the process. This is what is known as the Group Stage, compromising of eight unqualified nations vying for the final four Super 12 stage places. Those eight nations have been drawn into the following two groups:
Starting from Sunday 16th October, each team will play another group member once in a round-robin format, with the top two countries from each group making their way to the Super 12 phase. This process will last six days, and the Super 12 phase will officially get underway with hosts Australia against New Zealand on Saturday 22nd October.
In similar vein, all six teams from each group in the Super 12 phase will play each other once in another round-robin format across a 15-day period, with two points for a win and zero for a loss (and one for an unlikely tie).
The top two teams from the Super 12 phase will subsequently qualify for the semi-finals in a straight knockout format. The winner of Group A will play the runner-up of Group B and vice-versa. The tournament will conclude on 13th November, with the final to be held at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). In total, 45 matches will be played.
Australia are the current T20 World Cup champions after beating New Zealand in last year’s tournament in the UAE.
India (12/5) were dealt a blow when star bowler Jasprit Bumrah was ruled out with a lower back stress fracture, but their new-ball attack remains in good hands with the supremely talented Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Arshdeep Singh. A batting line up of Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav and Hardik Pandya is utterly formidable, meaning they should be in the running for a first ICC World Cup title for 11 years.
England (11/4) have likewise had to deal with long-term injures to Jofra Archer and the in-form Jonny Bairstow, whilst usual opener Jason Roy was untimely dropped due to poor form. However, they possess commendable depth in white-ball cricket, exemplified by Yorkshire’s Harry Brook winning player of the series against Pakistan recently. England can bat deep and will always post competitive scores on the board, led by Buttler and the returning Alex Hales at the top, with their odds of 11/4 to win what would be a memorable World Cup in their rivals’ back yard reflecting the quality at their disposal.
Last year’s finalists New Zealand (7/2) have finished runners up in the last two ICC World tournaments and should never be discounted. Despite a batting line up that lacks dynamism compared to some of the other favourites, their seam bowling remains excellent – spearheaded by the veteran Trent Boult.
Australia (8/1) are the current champions and possess quality and experience all throughout their squad. Their seam bowling attack struggled in their recent three-game series in India, not least the usually imperious Pat Cummins, but they will certainly profit from being in familiar home conditions on fast and bouncy pitches.
The significance of Australia playing in their home country cannot be overstated, with home advantage in cricket arguably more substantial than any other global sport. Any team will do well to beat the current world champions in their own back yard as they bid to record a second successive T20 World Cup title – a feat never achieved before.
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‘T20’ quite literally means ‘Twenty-Twenty’ – reference to the 20-over innings each team receives when they bat.
There are 16 teams at the start of the T20 World Cup, which gets reduced to 12 in the Super 12s phase.
There is no set time allocation for T20 World Cup matches, but generally a regular T20 match lasts between three and three and a half hours. This can of course be affected by comprehensive victories, such as bowling a team out early, or tightly contested matches, where teams take longer with decision making and bowling tactics.
The T20 World Cup final will be played on Sunday 13th November, 08:00 (GMT), and will be contended at the iconic MCG.
Each match consists of 40 overs (twenty for each side). Across the 45 matches in the T20 World Cup, there will be a total of 1,800 overs bowled.
A Super Over is a method to break a tie in a match to determine the winner, like a penalty shootout in football. Each team plays an extra over, and whichever team scores the most runs wins the contest. If the match again ends in a tie, then another Super Over is played. Due to the high-scoring nature of cricket, they are extremely rare and often highly dramatic.
DRS, which stands for Decision Review System, is a technology-based system used in cricket to assist the match officials in their decision-making. As well as the two on-field umpires, a third umpire will be present in the stadium with television monitors to replay and review decisions. Each side in T20 matches receive two reviews for each innings (so four in total), akin to the challenge system in tennis.
England have won the T20 World Cup on one occasion – beating Australia in the 2010 final in Barbados.
As the numbers suggest – T20 is made up of twenty overs in each innings, whereas T10 consists of ten overs in each innings.
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Only the Premier League’s top two teams, Arsenal and Manchester City, have scored more league goals than Antonio Conte’s side this season.
Tottenham go into Boxing Day in fourth place in the Premier League table, though are in the precarious position of having a played a game more than the majority of teams around them.
Antonio Conte’s side are just a point behind Newcastle, having played the same number of games, and could draw level with second placed Manchester City on Monday.
The reigning Premier League champions will have two games in hand over the North London side, though, the first of which being a trip to Leeds on Wednesday.
Looking down the table, Spurs are only three points ahead of Manchester United, and have played a game more, though Conte’s side’s goal difference is far superior than the Red Devils’.
Tottenham went into the break on the back of a dramatic 4-3 win over Leeds, scoring twice in the final 10 minutes to end their two-match losing run going into the tie.
Spurs will likely be without regular first teamers Hugo Lloris, Cristian Romero and Ivan Perisic after the three were involved in World Cup action last weekend.
Brentford sit 10th in the league table, just three points behind sixth place Liverpool, who have played a game fewer, with the Bees shocking the league by winning away at Manchester City in their final match before the break, their first win in six matches.
Thomas Frank’s side are expected to have a full squad to select from, with none of their players involved in the World Cup from last 16 stage onwards.
The Bees haven’t won a competitive game against their Boxing Day opponents since 1948, going 13 games without beating the North London side, losing on nine occasions.
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You’re watching Liverpool v Everton. Everton have taken an unexpected 1-0 lead via Richarlison and have held it until the hour mark, but Jordan Pickford’s goal is being beseiged by red shirts and an equaliser seems imminent. Mo Salah is in a rich run of goalscoring form at the moment and seems determined to be the one to finally breach Pickford’s net.
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On seventy-four minutes Jordan Henderson threads a through ball that slices open the Everton defence to Salah, who carries the play forward before chipping it over the advancing Pickford. Your in play bet is a winner, and so are you (and so are Liverpool as Diogo Jota nets twice before the full time whistle blows).
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Let’s head back to our Anfield example, and the fact that you backed a draw. The odds you received on the draw before a ball had been kicked were 3/1 (4.00). Of course, you were delighted when Salah cancelled out Richarlison’s opener, but you had no confidence that the Everton defence would hold out for a point.
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We have a strong feeling that Shebekina will win the first set by a score of 6-4. We head down to the ‘1st Set – Correct Score Live’ section and check the price, which currently is 5/1. That sounds good to us so we decide to place a ￡5 live bet on that outcome. We click the odds to transfer it to our bet slip.
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As this is a final score bet, our bet is not available for cash out. This is because if the score in the first set reaches 6-4 to Shebekina, it is automatically a winner as the first set then ends. All we can hope is that Shebekina does actually win the first set 6-4.
Alas, Shushpanova suffered a nightmare first set and after leading 2-1, lost the next five games in a row to lose the set 6-2. Oh well, you can’t win them all (especially if you are Maria Shushpanova!).
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