T20 World Cup 2021: “I see New Zealand win the title this time”

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Former New Zeland batter Peter Fulton predicted that the kiwis will prevail Australia In the T20 World Cup 2021 final Sunday in Dubai. Fulton expects the final to come down to the last couple of overs, but has proclaimed that New Zealand “won’t spare Australia this time around”.

New Zealand have yet to beat Australia in an ICC knockout match. The last time these two teams met in an ICC final was during the 2015 World Cup, when Australia crushed the kiwis by seven wickets.

A preview of the final, said Fulton TimesofIndia.com that the game will be close, with New Zealand emerging triumphant in the end. He has declared:

“It’s going to be a pretty close match. New Zealand played Australia in a five-game streak earlier this year and won 3-2. I think it’s going to be a very close match. New Zealand will win. All. ‘last couple of overs. The team that has any luck will probably win the game. I see New Zealand win the title this time around. This time they won’t spare Australia. “

Fulton, who took part in 23 tests, 49 ODI and 12 T20I for New Zealand, pointed out that kiwis have been very consistent across formats over the past three years. According to him, this success will give them a lot of confidence ahead of the 2021 T20 World Cup final. The 42-year-old added:

“We lost the final in 2015 and 2019. We then won the Test championship and now the T20 World Cup final is here. New Zealand will be the favorite to win the title. They have really been at their best in the last three years. . They have “

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New Zealand defeated tournament favorites England by five wickets in the semi-finals to book their place in the top match. They have not lost a single match in the 2021 T20 World Cup since going to Pakistan in the first match of the tournament.


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30-year-old Conway scored a decisive 46 in the semi-final against England before being knocked out of Liam Livingstone’s bowling alley. According to media reports, Seifert is the likely candidate to replace him as a hitter-keeper for the 2021 T20 World Cup final.



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