On October 17, 2021, we will see the next Cricket World Championship starting in T20 format, which will take place in the United Arab Emirates and Oman. The fate of the trophy will be decided on November 14th.
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Will India and Virat Kohli finally become champions? Or maybe the Caribbean national team will defend the title? What kind of surprises are to be expected from the tournament? Let's try to predict.
India is the main favorite of the tournament. Virat Kohli is hosting his last tournament as captain of the national team in the T20 format and his motivation to end his captaincy on a high note will be as high as possible. The victory of the Indian national team is estimated by the bookmakers at the odds of 3.42 (1xBet). Rather a big thing to say about the Indians is that they have lots of high-level experience nowadays since just before the championship start the season of the Indian Premier League has ended. Although most of the players of the national team do not show a powerful game, they have a good game tone, while most of the rival players are now out definitely of shape. Among the batsmen of India, I would like to mention Kananur Lokesh Rahul, who showed excellent play in the Punjab Kings and became the best rank scorer in the Indian Premier League with 626 runs. The fact that he will score the most runs in his team is estimated by the 1xBet at the odds of 4.Bet on the Indian national team with 1xBet
The second favorite of the tournament is England. Despite the absence of the two main stars Jofra Archer and Ben Stokes, the team is still dangerous enough: their victory is estimated by 1xBet at the odds of 3.98. Having a rather strong and aggressive line of batsmen (Jonny Bairstow, Jason Roy, Jos Buttler, David Malan, Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, and Owen Morgan), we can assume that the British will knock out the largest number of “highs” (6 runs) in the tournament: 1xBet offers the odds in 7 for this outcome. But at the same time, the weakening line of bowlers makes it possible to look for good odds in the race of the main wicket-taker (the bowler who took the largest number of opponent's wickets) of the British. In recent games, Chris Woakes has shown himself well, in the absence of Archer he can become the main striking force of the British in pitches: 1xBet estimates that he will become the team's best wicket-taker in the odds of 6.Bet on Chris Woakes with 1xBet
The chances of Australia, despite its constant status as favorites of the tournament, are estimated much lower this time (the victory of the Australians at the World Championship through 1xBet is estimated in the odds of 6.55). It's much more interesting to look at the line of batsmen here: the three most popular candidates are clearly out of shape: Captain Aaron Finch has been in terrible shape for the last year, as well as David Warner, and Stephen Smith rarely shows anything decent in the T20 format. The form of the Australians in general leaves much to be desired, the opening of the last months on the bat for them was Mitchell Marsh, who was promoted to the third position in the slugger line, where he achieved the highest personal results of his career in the national team. The second leader of the Australians will be Glenn Maxwell, who played the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the just-concluded Indian Premier League, where he finished fifth in the league's top ranks with 513 runs. The chances of Marsh and Maxwell to become the best batsmen of their team are assessed at the odds of 5.5.