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Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul To Get Not Place In The T20 World Cup Team? IPL Statistics Are Giving Testimony

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BCCI Will announce The Indian team for T20 World Cup 2024 very soon. Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul are also in the selection race but the problem is their current performance. all these players have not been able to bat fast in the current IPL season. As per the current needs, batters should have been able to fast bat in T20 formates.

Cricket fans are anticipating with enthusiasm for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024. The upcoming T20 World Cup will be held in the West Indies and The USA from June 1 to June 29.ICC has already set a deadline of May 1 for declaring the team for this mega event. By this date, all 20 countries have to choose their teams. That means the Indian team is also going to be announced soon.

As per the reports The Indian head selectors Ajit Agarkar, may meet to choose the team on the last date of this month (April 30) or on the first day of next month.

The performance of Indian players in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 is also likely to be given importance during the team meeting. Team India’s head coach Rahul Dravid had also stressed that the World Cup team will be selected only on the basis of performance in IPL. Dravid had admitted that Indian players have not got a chance to prepare for the upcoming T20 World Cup. In such a situation, the role of IPL will be very important.

Questions raised on the strike rate of Hardik and Rahul!

Mumbai Indians (MI) captain Hardik Pandya and Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) captain KL Rahul are also in the race for selection for the T20 World Cup. However, the performance of these two players in the current IPL season cannot be said to be that satisfactory. Hardik-Rahul have batted relatively slowly in IPL 2024, so both of them may be dropped from the World Cup team.

Hardik Pandya has so far been able to score only 141 runs in 7 innings at a strike-rate of 146.87 in the current IPL season. Hardik Pandya has not only been a flop in batting, his performance with the ball has also been poor. Hardik has taken 4 wickets at a poor economy rate of 11 in the current IPL. Whereas KL Rahul has scored 286 runs in seven matches at a strike rate of 143.

Abhishek-Shashank-Karthik is batting stormily.

Where stalwarts like Rahul and Hardik are struggling to score runs fast. Whereas players like Abhishek Sharma, Abhishek Porel, and Shashank Singh are batting very well. Abhishek Sharma has scored runs this season at a strike rate of 215.96. Shashank also had a strike-rate of around 180 in the first seven matches. Whereas, Abhishek Porel has scored at a strike rate of 162.63. 38-year-old Dinesh Karthik has also shown his promise by batting stormily. Karthik’s strike rate has been around 196.

Let us tell you that the Indian team has not won any ICC title since the 2013 Champions Trophy. Even in the year 2023, India got two golden opportunities to win the ICC title, but both times it had to be defeated by the Australian team in the finals. Now India is going to get another chance to end this drought through the T20 World Cup 2024.

This time the T20 World Cup will be played in a total of 3 stages including the knockout. All 20 teams were divided into 4 groups of 5 each. The top 2 teams of each group will enter the Super-8. After this, all 8 teams will be divided into 2 groups of 4 each. In the Super-8 stage, the top two teams of both groups will enter the semi-finals. Two teams will make it to the final through semi-final matches.

T20 World Cup group:
Group A-
India, Pakistan, Ireland, Canada, USA

Group B- England, Australia, Namibia, Scotland, Oman
Group C- New Zealand, West Indies, Afghanistan, Uganda, Papua New Guinea
Group D- South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Netherlands, Nepal

Schedule of all 55 matches of the T20 World Cup:

  1. Saturday, June 1 – USA vs Canada,
  2. Sunday, June 2 – West Indies v Papua New Guinea, Guyana
  3. Sunday, June 2 – Namibia vs Oman, Barbados
  4. Monday, June 3 – Sri Lanka vs South Africa, New York
  5. Monday, June 3 – Afghanistan vs Uganda, Guyana
  6. Tuesday, June 4 – England v Scotland, Barbados
  7. Tuesday, June 4 – Netherlands vs Nepal, Dallas
  8. Wednesday, June 5 – India vs Ireland, New York
  9. Wednesday, June 5 – Papua New Guinea v Uganda, Guyana
  10. Wednesday, June 5 – Australia v Oman, Barbados
  11. Thursday, June 6 – USA vs Pakistan, Dallas
  12. Thursday, June 6 – Namibia v Scotland, Barbados
  13. Friday, June 7 – Canada v Ireland, New York
  14. Friday, June 7 – New Zealand vs Afghanistan, Guyana
  15. Friday, June 7 – Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, Dallas
  16. Saturday, June 8 – Netherlands v South Africa, New York
  17. Saturday, June 8 – Australia v England, Barbados
  18. Saturday, June 8 – West Indies v Uganda, Guyana
  19. Sunday, June 9 – India vs Pakistan, New York
  20. Sunday, June 9 – Oman v Scotland, Antigua
  21. Monday, June 10 – South Africa vs Bangladesh, New York
  22. Tuesday, June 11 – Pakistan vs Canada, New York
  23. Tuesday, June 11 – Sri Lanka vs Nepal, Florida
  24. Tuesday, June 11 – Australia vs Namibia, Antigua
  25. Wednesday, June 12 – USA vs India, New York
  26. Wednesday, June 12 – West Indies v New Zealand, Trinidad
  27. Thursday, June 13 – England vs Oman, Antigua
  28. Thursday, June 13 – Bangladesh vs Netherlands, St Vincent
  29. Thursday, June 13 – Afghanistan vs papua new guinea, trinidad
  30. Friday, June 14 – USA vs. Ireland, Florida
  31. Friday, June 14 – South Africa vs Nepal, St Vincent
  32. Friday, June 14 – New Zealand v Uganda, Trinidad
  33. Saturday, June 15 – India vs Canada, Florida
  34. Saturday, June 15 – Namibia vs England, Antigua
  35. Saturday, June 15 – Australia v Scotland, St Lucia
  36. Sunday, June 16 – Pakistan vs Ireland, Florida
  37. Sunday, June 16 – Bangladesh vs Nepal, St Vincent
  38. Sunday, June 16 – Sri Lanka vs Netherlands, St Lucia
  39. Monday, June 17 – New Zealand vs Papua New Guinea, Trinidad
  40. Monday, June 17 – West Indies v Afghanistan, St Lucia
  41. Wednesday, June 19 – A2 vs D1, Antigua
  42. Wednesday, June 19 – B1 vs C2, St Lucia
  43. Thursday, June 20 – C1 vs A1, Barbados
  44. Thursday, June 20 – B2 vs D2, Antigua
  45. Friday, June 21 – B1 vs D1, St Lucia
  46. Friday, June 21 – A2 vs C2, Barbados
  47. Saturday, June 22 – A1 vs D2, Antigua
  48. Saturday, June 22 – C1 vs B2, St Vincent
  49. Sunday, June 23 – A2 vs B1, Barbados
  50. Sunday, June 23 – C2 vs D1, Antigua
  51. Monday, June 24 – B2 vs A1, St Lucia
  52. Monday, June 24 – C1 vs D2, St Vincent
  53. Wednesday, June 26 – Semi 1, Guyana
  54. Thursday, June 27 – Semi 2, Trinidad
  55. Saturday, June 29 – Final, Barbados

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