Twenty20 world cup 2012 latest news, Sept 12
With just 6 days left for the Twenty20 Cricket World Cup, today’s rumours have it that Kevin Pietersen, who has been dropped from the squad, will bid for employment in the World Twenty20 as a commentator for ESPN Star Sports.
Over to India where Yuvraj Singh has made a triumphant return to India’s 30 man T20 World Cup squad after his battle with cancer. This entire series will be a chance for Yuvraj to face the biggest challenge of his life post treatment.
With confident players like Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo and Sunil Narine, the West Indian Team has left to Sri Lanka for the ICC World Twenty20 tournament. Meanwhile, India’s arch rival Pakistan has used their Mascot Wasim Akram to predict their victory at the world cup final.
The most promising team for this year’s World Cup arguably has to be West Indies. With players like Dwayne Bravo, Kieron Pollard and Sunil Narine in the team, the chances for them to score the biggest comeback in the history of the game seem valid. Although the captain of the team Darren Sammy humbly said that in-spite of them being a tough contender for the game, they are keeping a low profile and want to go with the flow.
Twenty20 world cup 2012 host Sri Lanka will have two new faces Akhila Dhananjaya and Dilshan Munaweera in their squad. Sri Lankan spinner Ajantha Mendis is looking forward to getting back to international action after being out of the game since January 2012 on account of a back injury.
With all the changes being made in the last moment of the games it seems that the host country is up for a fire cracker of an event