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  1. Slowly but surely (and have to say a bit unexpectedly as I have followed tons of such events), the T20 world cup excitement is catching on ... Anyways, let's look at the past major multi-team events in Aus (and Aus-NZ where applicable): 1985 World Championship of Cricket (ODI) SF1: Ind v NZ, winner Ind SF2: Pak v WI, winner Pak F: Ind v Pak, winner Ind * The team chasing won all the knockout games. 1992 ODI World Cup SF1: NZ v Pak, winner Pak SF2: Eng v SA, winner Eng F: Eng v Pak, winner Pak * The team batting first won 2 out of 3 knockout games. Pak chase v NZ in SF1 was made possible by a brilliant knock by Inzamam. 2015 ODI World Cup SF1: NZ v SA, winner NZ SF2: Aus v Ind, winner Aus F: Aus v NZ, winner Aus * The team chasing won 2 out of 3 knockout games. Aus posted a mammoth total versus Ind, which couldn't compete. Notes: NZ made it to all the knockouts Ind, Pak, & SA made it to 2 knockouts 3 different winners Aus started off badly in the first event of each competition that it hosted, while winning the 2nd event (2nd ODI WC hosted in 2015) Key Thoughts/Questions Opportunity for NZ to enter its 4th knockout in a row in Aus (and Aus-NZ where applicable) Will the pattern of Aus doing badly in the first event it hosts continue? (This is the first T20 world cup in Aus) Chance for a first time winner in Oceania (Ind, Pak, & Aus have already won on this continent) Should be interesting
  2. Top world cricketers are playing at these tournaments to give themselves huge amounts of income. The following is the countdown of the top 10 richest cricketers in the world 2020 Virat Kohli, the current Indian captain and one of the best batsmen in the world, is today and the most marketable cricketer. In 2020, Virat Kohli net worth is around $92 million(₹ 644 crores) and is the richest cricketer in India in 2020. has promoted brands like Gulf Oil, Reebok, TVS Motors, Red Bus, Sony Bravia, Lays, Amrapali, Snickers, GoDaddy, Colgate, Orient, and many others. For nearly 7-8 years, he was also Reebok’s brand ambassador & was among the highest-paid athlete in 2018 by Forbes. . Sachin Tendulkar Net Worth approximately $115 million and He is the highest run-scorer of all time in International cricket. Who else than ‘the God’ himself covers the list of the top 10 richest cricketers in the World. Click here to know more
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