Imad Wasim told Pakistan’s favorite team to win the T20 World Cup, UAE as our second home

The countdown for the T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman has begun. All teams are busy finalizing their preparations. There is debate among former cricketers around the world these days about who will win the World Cup. England and India are being viewed as favorites this time. However, all eyes will be on the Pakistan team who have played enough cricket in the UAE. Meanwhile, Pakistan all-rounder Imad Wasim has claimed that he is one of the strongest contenders to win the T20 World Cup. He said he played cricket for a long time on the UAE ground and that this was his second home.

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According to ‘Pakistan Pakistan’ Imad Wasim said, ‘The conditions of the UAE suit us, it’s like a second home for us, where we have played cricket for a long time. That’s why we, too, look like the strongest competitors of the tournament. We have talented players who can lead us to the tournament so we try to give our 100 per cent on the field. We need to play two or three good series before the World Cup, in which we want to gain momentum and confidence by winning.

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The T20 World Cup will start from October 17 and the final match of the tournament will be on November 14. Pakistan will face Team India in the first match. At the same time, in the second game, the team will face New Zealand and Afghanistan on October 29. In 2009, Pakistan won the T20 World Cup for the first time by defeating Sri Lanka in the final. The team reached the final of the first edition of the World Cup, but India won the exciting match.

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