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Friday, May 31, 2024

T20 World Cup 2024: Nathan Lyon's big prediction, the final will be between Australia and Pakistan


Only a few days are left for the start of the T20 World Cup 2024 and meanwhile the phase of predictions has also reached its peak. Cricketers from all over the world are giving their opinion about the ICC event to be held in America and West Indies and meanwhile, Australia's great off-spinner Nathan Lyon has also named the two finalist teams of this event according to him.

Lyon believes that  the Indian team  will not reach the final and the Pakistani team   will be seen playing the final of T20 World Cup 2024 with Australia. Lyon said, 'Australia will definitely be in the final of T20 World Cup  2024 because I am a little biased towards them. I think Pakistan, I would like to go with Pakistan. In those conditions, Pakistan also has quality spin bowlers and quality batsmen like Babar Azam.'

Only time will tell how true this prediction of Lion will turn out to be, but for now, fans on social media do not agree with Lion and are trolling him. Lion may not be seeing the Indian team reaching the finals, but 6 big players have predicted that the Indian team will be the finalist of the tournament.

Actually, Star Sports has shared a video from its X account in which Brian Lara (West Indies), Paul Collingwood (England), Sunil Gavaskar (India), Matthew Hayden (Australia), Chris Morris (South Africa), and S Sreesanth (India) named their favorite finalist teams of the tournament. Out of these 6 legends, five were such who chose the Indian team as one of the two finalist teams. Brian Lara called West Indies and India the finalists of the tournament. At the same time, Sunil Gavaskar, S Sreesanth and Matthew Hayden believe that India and Australia will be the two teams between whom the final of the tournament will be played.

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