ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2022: Full Squad Lists Revealed

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The anticipation for the ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2022 is reaching fever pitch. With teams from around the globe preparing for this thrilling cricket extravaganza, the squad lists have finally been unveiled. Let's take...

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The anticipation for the ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2022 is reaching fever pitch. With teams from around the globe preparing for this thrilling cricket extravaganza, the squad lists have finally been unveiled. Let's take a closer look at the Super 12 Group A and Group B teams and the players who will be representing their nations on the grandest stage of T20 cricket.

Super 12 Group A

ENGLAND

  • Reece Topley has been replaced on 19 October.

The England T20 World Cup squad has received a boost with the addition of Alex Hales. The explosive batsman will be a valuable asset to the team as they seek to dominate the competition.

AUSTRALIA

The Australian squad is brimming with talent and experience. Led by captain Aaron Finch, the team includes renowned players like Pat Cummins, Glenn Maxwell, and David Warner. With a formidable lineup, Australia is set to make a strong bid for the title.

NEW ZEALAND

Kane Williamson will lead the New Zealand team, which boasts a fine balance of youth and experience. Players like Trent Boult, Martin Guptill, and Jimmy Neesham will play pivotal roles in the team's quest for glory.

AFGHANISTAN

Under the leadership of Mohammad Nabi, Afghanistan will be looking to make their mark on the T20 World Cup. With the likes of Rashid Khan and Mujeeb ur Rahman in their squad, they have the potential to cause upsets and surprise many.

IRELAND

Andrew Balbirnie will marshal the Irish troops in their pursuit of success in the T20 World Cup. The team comprises talented individuals like Paul Stirling and Mark Adair, who will be eager to make a name for themselves on the global stage.

SRI LANKA

Dasun Shanaka will lead the Sri Lankan team, which includes experienced players like Dhananjaya de Silva and Lahiru Kumara. With a good mix of youth and established stars, Sri Lanka aims to deliver a strong performance in the tournament.

Super 12 Group B

INDIA

  • Jasprit Bumrah has been replaced on 14 October.

India, led by Rohit Sharma, is a force to be reckoned with. With star players like Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya in their ranks, they will be looking to add another trophy to their illustrious cricketing history.

NETHERLANDS

The Netherlands team, captained by Scott Edwards, will be eager to make an impact. With players like Max O'Dowd and Roelof van der Merwe, they possess the talent to challenge their more established opponents.

PAKISTAN

Babar Azam will spearhead the Pakistani team's campaign in the T20 World Cup. With a combination of experienced campaigners and exciting young talents, Pakistan is a team that should not be underestimated.

SOUTH AFRICA

Led by Temba Bavuma, South Africa will aim to display their trademark brand of fearless cricket. With world-class players like Quinton de Kock and Kagiso Rabada, they have the potential to go all the way in the tournament.

BANGLADESH

Shakib Al Hasan will be at the helm for Bangladesh as they vie for success in the T20 World Cup. With players like Mustafizur Rahman and Liton Das, Bangladesh will be seeking to cause upsets and make a strong statement.

ZIMBABWE

Craig Ervine will lead the Zimbabwean team, which is determined to make its mark on the global stage. With players like Sikandar Raza and Sean Williams, Zimbabwe will be hoping to surprise their opponents and create memorable moments.

The squads for the ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2022 are filled with talent and promise. As cricket fans eagerly await the tournament, the teams are gearing up to deliver a spectacle of skill, passion, and excitement. Let the games begin!

Disclaimer: The information in this article is accurate at the time of publication. Any replacements or changes may occur as per the team's requirements and regulations.

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