Virat Kohli To Aiden Markram: Players Who Will Be Keen To Find Form In Super 8 Stage Of T20 World Cup 2024

By: Aakash Singh | June 18, 2024

All eyes will be on Indian batting star Virat Kohli as he has had an uncharacteristic tournament so far, registering three single-figure scores. With pitches likely to improve from USA in the West Indies, fans could see an upswing in Kohli's form.

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South African opener Aiden Markram averages a woeful 7.75 in 4 matches so far in the tournament with 31 runs. With the focus shifting to the West Indies leg, Markram has hope of finding form.

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Team India all-rounder Shivam Dube played a promising knock against USA to steer their side to victory. However, he flopped against Pakistan and will need to lift his batting in the Super 8 stage.

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England seamer Chris Jordan has managed 3 wickets in as many innings in the tournament. However, he has an economy rate of 10.87 which will prove costly in the Super 8 games. As a death-overs specialist, Jordan must improve on that area.

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Australia's pace spearhead Mitchell Starc has taken only 2 scalps in 3 matches in the tournament, averaging 44. Starc will need to strike form in the Super 8 stage if Australia are to lift the trophy and is known for stepping up in crunch moments.

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Quinton de Kock has carried his below-par IPL form to the West Indies, managing only 48 runs in 4 innings at 12. With new ball being a crucial factor, De Kock's adaptability will be vital.

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Australian captain Mitchell Marsh has played cameos, but has not played a defining knock in any of the matches. He averages 25 in 4 matches with 75 runs and will be eyeing a return to form in the Super 8 stage.

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Although Najmul Hossain Shanto, the captain has been brilliant, the batter has been short of runs. The southpaw averages an abysmal 6.14 in 4 matches. While Bangladesh's bowling unit performed well in the group stage, the batting unit must step up in Super 8s

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