On first look, the ones to experience to the fundamental phase of the ICC World T20 are no brainers. Bangladesh and Zimbabwe. Test countries. More experience. Better players. More advantageous possibilities. Twenty20s (T20s), in any case, levels the playing field to a vast degree. A decent period of play could end up being sufficient for an underdog to leave a top side stuck in an unfortunate situation. This will be a monstrous driving variable for the six different groups included in the qualifying period of the World T20, which will occur in Dharamsala andNagpur throughout the following six days.
Bangladesh would be overpowering top choices in Group A, particularly considering their late exhibitions, and quality in comparative conditions. Bunch B, notwithstanding, gives no straight replies. Scotland and Afghanistan are fit for pulling off the unforeseen, while Hong Kong would be excited about not finishing with the wooden spoon.
Afghanistan vs Zimbabwe 9th Match Prediction 12th March 2016
Zimbabwe Will Win
In 2007, Zimbabwe made a defeating so as to stagger begin to their World T20 battle forceful Australia. Their slide from that point forward has been fantastic. Without any semblance of Brendan Taylor, who a year ago say farewell to universal cricket, Zimbabwe take after a really feeble outfit. They, be that as it may, have in their positions any semblance of Hamilton Masakadza, Sean Williams and Malcolm Waller among others to represent a critical danger.
Zimbabwe’s presentation in universal cricket ought to hold them in great stead and see them end up as the winner in Group B. They additionally have an accomplished and enormously fruitful mentor in Dav Whatmore, yet they will need to guarantee they don’t offer into lack of concern come the qualifiers.
With a shocking 11 wins in 13 diversions since the World T20 in 2014, Afghanistan come into the competition with their trusts taking off. That they likewise blanked Zimbabwe 2-0 not long ago ought to underline their advancement as a cricketing country. Their diversion against Zimbabwe could be one that chooses who experiences to the principle stage.
Pace rocking the bowling alley is Afghanistan’s greatest quality. In Dawlat Zadran, Hamid Hassan and Shapoor Zadran, they gloat of a troika that can hit some genuine pace and inconvenience the batsmen. Add to this any semblance of wicketkeeper Mohammad Shahzad, who as of late pummeled a tremendous 118, Asghar Stanikzai, their chief, Mohammad Nabi, and Afghanistan have a squad fit for making the top spot in the qualifiers their own.