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‘I’m going towards England in that respect’: Ex-India opener makes bold prediction ahead of T20 WC semis

The match will probably be performed on the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi at 7:30 PM IST on Wednesday. 

Former India cricketer Aakash Chopra handed some bold predictions ahead of the primary semi-final conflict between England and New Zealand on the ongoing T20 World Cup in UAE. 

Chopra instructed that the England opening pair could have extra impression on the competition as in comparison with their Kiwi counterpart. 

“England openers to make more runs than the New Zealand ones. Who will open for England along with Buttler? But whoever opens, I feel Jonny Bairstow but we shall find out, Dawid Malan can also open, Liam Livingstone can also go up the order. In the opposing team, Daryll Mitchell will be there with Martin Guptill, both have played one-one good knock in this tournament. I am going towards England in that respect,” Chopra famous on his YouTube channel.  

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The match will probably be performed on the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi at 7:30 PM IST on Wednesday. 

Chopra additionally backed the England batters to hit extra boundaries in comparability to New Zealand. 

“England to hit more fours and sixes. Not because the result is going to be decided by fours and sixes. Here, you will have Super Over after Super Over but it might not go till there. But the team which hits more fours and sixes, that is of course England and they are going to hit more is what I feel,” mentioned the ex-India opener.  

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Eoin Morgan-led England dictated the proceedings in the Super 12 stage of the match, profitable 4 out of the 5 matches the workforce performed and emerged because the desk toppers from Group 1. 

New Zealand, alternatively, kicked-off their marketing campaign with a five-wicket defeat towards Babar Azam’s Pakistan however returned again to profitable methods, ending Group 2 second, ahead of Virat Kohli’s India to seal the semi-final berth.  

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