In the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 being played in Australia, now two semi-final matches are to be played. In which the first match will be played between New Zealand and Pakistan on 9 November, while the second match is to be played between India and England on 10 November. But in the midst of all this, former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has predicted which team will win the India-England semi-final match and whose percentage will be higher. This prediction of Afridi will surely disappoint the Indian cricket lovers. So let’s know what Shahid Afridi has said in this article, which will leave Indian cricket lovers disappointed.
Let us tell you that in the T20 World Cup 2022, England has qualified for the semi-finals from Group A, she has been at the number two position in her group, while the Indian team is doing the number one position in Group B. In this both the teams qualified in the semi-finals. In such a situation, in this debate, who would show you the better game and which team would be favourite, former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi declared his prediction and told which team will win and whose percentage will be higher.
Former Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi while talking on Pakistani TV channel Sama TV said, “Both the teams are equally balanced and are performing well in the tournament. Their past performances have also been good, but in my opinion, I would put England 60-65 per cent above India. However, this is a big match and the team which will make less mistakes, and the team in which all the eleven players will put in 100 per cent effort That team will win.”
According to this former Pakistan all-rounder, the England team will enter the semi-finals with a chance of winning 60-65%, leaving the Indian team with only 35-40% chances of winning. Still, it is difficult to say that the Indian team can lose the match. Because she has been on the top position in her group. While England’s team has secured its place in the finals since the struggle. The rest of this match is likely to be quite a struggle. But the team that plays better will win.