Former Indian cricketer Deep Dasgupta is favored by the team’s T20 World Cup

Former India wicketkeeper-batsman Deep Dasgupta has described West Indies cricket as a favorite at the T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman. Deep’s statement came out after the West Indies won their third match against Australia. After winning the match, the team won a five-match T20 series. According to Deep, the West Indies, who have won the most ICC T20 World Cup, could win the title once again.

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He said on his YouTube channel, “Apart from the star batsmen involved in the West Indies, the team’s bowlers are also a unit. The West Indies were generally a power hitting team, often relying on their batting to score 180-200. But if you look at the last series (against South Africa) and this series, their bowlers have performed really well. Obed McCoy, Hayden Walsh Jr. is doing really well. He also has Sheldon Cottrell, so he has a good bowling unit along with all-rounders.

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“This West Indies team is a little intimidating too,” he said. If you look at the farm, there are many big hitters in good rhythm on the team. Offensive batsman Andre Russell runs, Chris Gayle won the match by his stormy innings. This T20 team is looking really good. Even their captain Kieran Pollard is not playing due to injury, but despite this his team is winning. It is believed that Sunil Narine will return when he happens again.

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