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“They Could be a dark horse,” Wasim Akram picks his semi-finalists for the T20 World Cup 2022

The Super 12 stage of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 will begin from 22nd October.

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Former Pakistan cricketer Wasim Akram has named his semi-finalists for the T20 World Cup 2022. He said that although India, Pakistan, and Australia are favorites to qualify for the knockout stage South Africa can be the dark horse in the tournament.

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“I would like to see is Australia, India and Pakistan,” Wasim Akram on semi-finalists for the T20 World Cup 2022 

The T20 World Cup 2022 is giving fans everything to cheer about. Although, the qualifier stage is going on it has been some enthralling contests and a few upsets as well. Sri Lanka, Ireland, and Netherlands so far have qualified for the Super 12 and it gives a clear vision of what’s there in the offer and when the next stage of the event will take place.

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The Super 12 stage will begin on 22nd October and it’ll see some enthralling contests in India vs Pakistan and Australia vs England. With the tournament already off the rollicking start, there are many speculations about who will be the four teams that will qualify for the semi-final.

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Many fans and pundits have predicted their four teams for the knockout stage. India, Pakistan, England, and Australia are favorites to win the tournament but it’s fair to say any team can upset anyone on a given day.

The latest to join the bandwagon is former Pakistani pacer Wasim Akram. Speaking to the media in Dubai, he said:

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“For the semifinals, what I would like to see in Australia, India, and Pakistan. But South Africa could be a dark horse.” 

Schedule of Super 12 for the T20 World Cup 2022 

Here’s the schedule for the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup 2022.

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DATE MATCH VENUE
October 22nd  Australia vs New Zealand SCG, Sydney
October 22nd  England vs Afghanistan Optus Stadium, Perth
October 23rd  Winner Group A vs Runner-Up Group B Bellerive Oval, Hobart
October 23rd  India vs Pakistan MCG, Melbourne
October 24th  Bangladesh vs Runner-Up Group A Bellerive Oval, Hobart
October 24th  South Africa vs Winner Group B Bellerive Oval, Hobart
October 25th Australia vs Winner Group A Optus Stadium, Perth
October 26th  England vs Runner-Up Group B MCG, Melbourne
October 26th  New Zealand vs Afghanistan MCG, Melbourne
October 27th  South Africa vs Bangladesh SCG, Sydney
October 27th  India vs Runner-Up Group A SCG, Sydney
October 28th  Afghanistan vs Runner-Up Group B MCG, Melbourne
October 28th  Australia vs England MCG, Melbourne
October 29th   New Zealand vs Winner Group A SCG, Sydney
October 30th  Bangladesh vs Winner Group B The Gabba, Brisbane
October 30th  Pakistan vs Runner-Up Group A Optus Stadium, Perth
October 30th  India vs South Africa Optus Stadium, Perth
October 31st  Australia vs Runner-Up Group B The Gabba, Brisbane
November 1st  Afghanistan vs Winner Group A The Gabba, Brisbane
November 1st  England vs New Zealand The Gabba, Brisbane
November 2nd  Winner Group B vs Runner-Up Group A Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
November 2nd  India vs Bangladesh Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
November 3rd  Pakistan vs South Africa SCG, Sydney
November 4th  New Zealand vs Runner-Up Group B Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
November 4th  Australia vs Afghanistan Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
November 5th  England vs Winner Group A SCG, Sydney
November 6th  South Africa vs Runner-Up Group A Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
November 6th  Pakistan vs Bangladesh Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
November 6th  India vs Winner Group B MCG, Melbourne
November 9th  Semi-Final 1 (TBA vs TBA) SCG, Sydney
November 10th  Semi-Final 2 (TBA vs TBA) Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
November 13th  Final (TBA)  MCG, Melbourne

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