England to be the Strong Contender of ICC World Cup: Harbhajan Singh
Just 4 days are left for the beginning of the ICC World Cup 2019. Till now many seniors players of various teams have predicted a strong contender from all the teams playing in the World Cup. Many Indian players have also chosen their favorite World Cup team.
Meanwhile, Harbhajan Singh, who was the member of the Indian team in the 2011 World Cup, also told about the strong contenders.
According to Harbhajan Singh, India and England are the strongest contenders of World Cup 2019.
He believes that both of these teams are quite strong and are the most deserving team to win the World Cup. Both India and England will start their tournament against South Africa. The England team will be up against South Africa on May 30 while India will play against South Africa on June 5.
Harbhajan Singh, who is running out of the Indian team, said in a statement that “I think that India and England are the strong contenders of the World Cup and one of the two Can win the World Cup. “
Not only Bhajji, but many cricket pundits of the world are considering India and England as the strongest contender for the World Cup. Everyone says that the World Cup final will be played between these two teams.
Also, Harbhajan Singh said about the pressure of expectations on the Indian team, “Yes, it is also important that with the expectations of 1 billion 35 million people, there will be pressure on the players of the Indian team somewhere.” This pressure will not only affect Virat Kohli but all Indian players.
The ICC World Cup of 2019 will be played between 10 countries. In this tournament, 48 matches will be played in 46 days. The title will be played on 14 July at Lord’s. All the 10 teams of the World Cup will play and the semi-finals will be played between the top-four teams in the points table.
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