The ICC Men’s Twenty-20 World Cup tournament will kick off from the next month and Indian cricket team squad announced for the upcoming event.
One of the biggest cricket tournaments in the history of game which takes place in the UAE (United Arab Emirates).
Most of the countries announced their likely squad for the upcoming T-20 World Cup event and one of the biggest boards in the cricket world BCCI (Board of Cricket Council in India) also announced their 15 members squad for the mega event.
The World Cup tournament which was scheduled to take place in the previous year was postponed due to the deadly Coronavirus disease and now this year India has to host the T-20 World Cup but due to the big bio secure bubble arrangement of all teams, the venue was shifted to UAE.
Everyone is wondering who will get the opportunity and who are the big ones who have to miss the squad for this year World Cup tournament and everyone is expecting some new faces in the team as they do pretty well for their respective IPL franchise.
India T-20 World Cup 2021 Squad Announced
These are the names announced by BCCI for the world cup tournament.
|Openers||Middle Order||Wicket Keepers||All-Rounders||Spinners||Fast Bowlers|
|Rohit Sharma||Virat Kohli (Captain)||Rishabh Pant||Hardik Pandya||Ravichandran Ashwin||Jasprit Bumrah|
|KL Rahul||Suryakumar Yadav||Ishan Kishan||Ravindra Jadeja||Axar Patel||Mohammad Shami|
|Rahul Chahar||Bhubneshwar Kumar|
Stand by players list:
- Shreyas Iyer
- Shardul Thakur
- Deepak Chahar
Coach: Ravi Shastri
Mentor: Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Big Names misses out the T-20 World Cup 2021 Squad
I want to remind you that India will kick off their T-20 campaign against the arch rivals Pakistan on 24th October 2021.
The deadline by the ICC to announce the squad for the upcoming World Cup tournament is before 10th October 2021. ICC will allow a squad strength of 30, instead of 23 in earlier editions, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The number is inclusive of the support staff.
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