2022 T20 World Cup: These eight teams including Bangladesh directly reach Super 12, West Indies will have to play qualifying round
The teams of Sri Lanka and West Indies have not been able to directly qualify for next year’s World Cup.
T20 World Cup 2022: 8 teams including India have qualified directly for next year’s T20 World Cup. These are the teams that are currently included in the top-8 in the ICC rankings. West Indies and Sri Lanka are not included in these eight teams. It is like a double whammy for West Indies and Sri Lanka. Both the teams have not been able to show any special performance in this World Cup as well. They have had to be out in the group stage itself and now both the teams will have to play qualifying rounds to be included in the T20 World Cup to be played in Australia next year.
Which teams had to get direct tickets
The teams which remain in the top-8 in the T20 rankings till November 15, were to be given direct qualification for next year’s T20 World Cup. At present, England, Pakistan, India, New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, Afghanistan, Bangladesh are included in the top-8. On the other hand, Sri Lanka and West Indies are ranked 9th and 10th. There are no other matches of these teams before November 15. In such a situation, it is not possible to change the ranking of these teams. That’s why these 2 teams have been directly out of the qualification facility.
Big achievement for Afghanistan
On the basis of its strong performance in the T20 World Cup, Afghanistan is at 7th position in the T20 rankings, beating the legendary teams like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and West Indies. Now he has got its fruit too. The team will not have to play the qualification rounds.
Australia and New Zealand series came in handy for Bangladesh
Bangladesh, which has lost all its matches in the T20 World Cup, has also got a direct ticket for the next World Cup. Recently Bangladesh won the home series against Australia and New Zealand. This proved sufficient for Bangladesh’s World Cup qualification.
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West Indies and Sri Lanka could not qualify for the T20 World Cup 2022. Both these teams will now have to take part in the qualifier matches.
New Delhi. The Indian team is out of the T20 World Cup 2021 without playing the last match. Due to this there is a huge disappointment among the Indian cricket lovers. There is good news for such disappointed fans. India has qualified for next year’s T20 World Cup. Two-time world champions West Indies and Sri Lanka could not qualify for the T20 World Cup 2022. Both these teams will now have to take part in the qualifier matches.
T20 World Cup 2021 was not good for the Indian cricket team. Indian team led by Virat Kohli lost their first match badly to Pakistan. After this he had to face defeat from New Zealand. After two defeats, the Indian team returned in color but by then it was too late. The team was entangled in ifs and buts in the race for the semi-finals. The if-but hope was also shattered when New Zealand defeated Afghanistan to secure a place in the semi-finals. India’s last hope was also shattered as soon as New Zealand won. Now India will take on Namibia on Monday, but the loss or victory of this match will not affect the race for the semi-finals or the final.
Meanwhile, it has been decided who will be the top-8 teams of the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia in 2022. These 8 teams will be given direct entry in the Super-12 round (T20 World cup Super 12). According to the ICC, the champion and runner up of the T20 World Cup 2021 will get direct entry into next year’s World Cup. Apart from these, the next 6 top teams in the T20 rankings on the cut-off date will directly qualify for the Super-12 round of the 2022 T20 World Cup. The ICC has fixed the cut-off date as the deadline of November 15.
T20 World Cup 2022: These eight teams reached directly in Super 12, West Indies-Sri Lanka will have to play qualifier match
Eight teams qualified directly in the Super 12 for the T20 World Cup 2022 to be played in Australia. At the same time, Sri Lanka and West Indies will have to play the first round matches. During this, four qualifier teams will also play with them.
West Indies’ journey in the World Cup came to an end after a disappointing performance against Australia in the ICC T20 World Cup on Saturday. Kangaroo team defeated Windies by eight wickets in the match held at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. After this defeat, West Indies could not directly qualify for the Super-12 for the T20 Cup match to be held in Australia next year. Now he will have to play qualifier matches to enter the Super 12 in the T20 World Cup to be played in the year 2022. Apart from this, Sri Lanka’s team has also not been able to qualify for Super 12, they will also have to play qualifier matches in the upcoming T20 World Cup.
These eight teams made it to the Super 12
In 2022 after the match played between Australia and West Indies
Eight teams were announced for the Super 12 of the T20 World Cup to be played. All these 8 teams have directly made it to the Super 12 which includes teams from Australia, England, Pakistan, India New Zealand, South Africa, Afghanistan and Bangladesh. While Sri Lanka, West Indies, Scotland and Namibia will play the first round matches. During this, four qualifier teams will also play matches with these two big teams.
15 November is the last date for cut off
The International Cricket Council (ICC) had fixed 15 November 2021 as the last date for the cut off. On 15 November, the teams ranked eighth in the ICC T20 rankings directly entered the main draw in the T20 World Cup 2022 to be played in Australia. Whereas the rest of the teams will be given a place in the last 12 only after playing the qualification round. Bangladesh team did not win a single match in T20 World Cup 2021 but got a direct entry in next year’s World Cup. The reason for this is that she is ranked eighth in the ICC T20 rankings and she will remain at the same rank till November 15. At the same time, Sri Lanka and West Indies have suffered a lot in this case. Both these teams will remain in the ninth and tenth positions in the ICC T20 rankings till November 15.