Kevin Pietersen predicts the champions of the ongoing T20 World Cup, says Pak or AFG can beat Eng.
Former English batsman Kevin Pietersen predicted England to win the battle beating Australia or Pakistan in the Finals! New Zealand also have a tiny hope to face them in the final showdown. Today, at 12:45, he tweeted,' Only Pakistan or Afghanistan have a fair chance to pull back England from the winning streak. But, and it is a BIG BUT.....the game has to be played on a used wicket in Sharjah. Anywhere else, just hand England the trophy like Chelsea should be able to hand the EPL trophy right now!'
England is definitely dominating the show right now. Though the former player is sure enough for England to win back to back World Cups in two different formats and make a record, he is also tense looking at Babar Azam's captaincy. In an interview , he said,'It is unbelievable for India to flow away from the World Cup. It is very surprising to witness Virat Kohli saying, the confidence was down.It is really unbelievable!'
It was Kevin Pietersen, who first protested against India playing the second half of Indian Premier League in UAE, this year. He argued, if this happens, India will defy security one step high. They will know the pitch, get acquainted with the conditions and have a good practice time.
But now, he laughs out loud! It is the marketing strategy which pulled back the blues from tasting their first win. All matches are scheduled at night just for more advertisements. More people can witness the game, more profit! But, in UAE , at current times, it is very difficult to bat first in the evening. Most big teams winning the game at night desire to bat at last.
England is currently on fire! Having a good time on and off the field, Kevin Pietersen predicts England to smile the final time.
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