T20 World Cup 2022: In the T20 World Cup 2022 (T20 World Cup 2022), the semi-final match will be played between India and England (IND vs ENG). Earlier in July, these two teams clashed, in which the Indian team defeated England on their own soil. However, in the last three months, a lot has changed in the playing style of these teams and the form of the players. During this, these teams have become strong in some department and have weakened at some places. Know the strength and weakness of both the teams before the high voltage match…
Team India: Fielding flop, only 2-3 batsmen are running
Indian players have been a flop this year in terms of fielding. The team also bore the brunt of it in the Asia Cup. Now in the World Cup also, Indian players have dropped some easy catches and have also lost run-out opportunities. Another weak link of the team remains the batting. The batting of the Indian team revolves around Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav. KL Rahul is also scoring runs occasionally but he lacks regularity.
Team India: Bowling tremendous, Virat and Surya strong
Before the T20 World Cup, fast bowling remained a matter of concern for Team India. But this team remains the main weapon of India in this World Cup. The opposition batsmen have completely failed in front of the swing of Bhuvneshwar and Arshdeep. Shami and Hardik are also doing their job well in the middle overs. On the other hand, Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav are in great rhythm in the batting. Both these batsmen are playing big innings continuously.
England: Middle order failing, Mark Wood’s injury added to the problem
In T20 cricket, England is known for its explosive batting, but this time the English team has looked colorless in this matter. Only two batsmen of the team have scored 100+ runs in this World Cup. The pair of Jos Buttler and Alex Hales is scoring runs but the bats of batsmen like Ben Stokes to Harry Brooke, David Malan and Livingstone are silent. Along with this, the unfit of David Malan and the injury of Mark Wood have increased the trouble of the England camp. Mark Wood is bowling strong in this World Cup. His absence will be a big setback for England.
England: Team full of all-rounders
England’s T20 World Cup squad mostly consists of all-rounders. In such a situation, even if one or two bowlers get beaten up, then England have other bowling options. Similarly, this team can play freely in batting also because players up to the 9th order are adept at hitting big shots. By the way, the team’s bowling is fine. Fielding is also excellent.