Michael Vaughan Predicts ICC 2023 World Cup Winner After Rohit Sharma’s And Shubman Gill’s Carnage vs New Zealand In Indore. Former England captain Michael Vaughan believes that the Men in Blue will be the favorites for the forthcoming World Cup scheduled to be contested in India between October and November. Vaughan has previously been quite critical of India’s strategy in white-ball cricket.
Vaughan believes that India’s aggressive style of play in ODI cricket makes them heavy favorites for the major competition.
In the third ODI against New Zealand, Rohit Sharma and Shubhman Gill got off to a scorching start, and Vaughan turned to Twitter to voice his opinions.
India has come out swinging in the current one-day international series against New Zealand and has taken an extremely aggressive style, which was again on display during their final match at the Holkar Stadium in Indore.
Rohit Sharma and Shubhman Gill, India’s opening pair, gave the team a steady start, and as they recognized the pitch’s flatness, they began sending New Zealand bowlers flying to all four corners of the ground. As the runs began to pour out of their bat, they made a fantastic pairing.
In the face of their blazing strokeplay, none of the New Zealand bowlers had any strategies. Gill and Rohit both made a century before falling shortly after.
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“India finally committing to playing One Day Cricket in the aggressive way makes them Red hot favorites to win the men’s World Cup this year,” Vaughan wrote.
India finally committing to playing One day cricket the aggressive way makes them Red hot favourites to win the men’s World Cup this year .. #INDvNZ
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) January 24, 2023
However, a strong assault on the New Zealand bowlers in the final 20 overs might come from players like Virat Kohli, Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav, and Hardik Pandya.
India had reached 247/2 at the conclusion of the 31st over when the article was posted, with Virat Kohli and Ishan Kishan at the crease.
Since India began the pattern in 2011 and hosted the 50-over World Cup, host nations have triumphed. After that, Australia and England won the coveted championship in 2015 and 2019, respectively.