Captains of all teams in the T20 World Cup 2024

Captains of all teams in the T20 World Cup 2024

Take a look at all the 20 captains who are all set to lead their respective teams in the ICC T20 World Cup 2024, which is all set to take place in the USA and West Indies

Everyone is gearing up as the T20 World Cup is right around the bend, with the USA and West Indies jointly hosting the biggest cricket tournament for the first time. With only a few days left, lots of teams have already announced their 15-member squads and sent them to the ICC. Since the occasion is big, there has been a lot of pressure on all the 20 skippers who are going to take charge of their respective teams.

Let’s have a look at all the captains gearing up with their star-studded teams for this 20-over tournament.

Captains in T20 World Cup 2024

Rohit SharmaIndia
Mitchell MarshAustralia
Jos ButtlerEngland
Aiden MarkramSouth Africa
Babar AzamPakistan
Kane WillamsonNew Zealand
Rovman PowellWest Indies
Wanindu Hasaranga Sri Lanka
Rashid Khan Afghanistan 
Najmul Hossain ShantoBangladesh
Aqib IlyasOman 
Saad Bin ZafarCanada 
Monank PatelUnited States
Richie Berrington Scotland 
Brian Masaba Uganda 
Paul StirlingIreland 
Rohit Paudel Nepal
Gerhard ErasmusNamibia 
Scott EdwardsNetherlands 
Assadollah ValaPapua New Guinea 

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Rohit once again all set to lead India!

India’s great Rohit Sharma is once again set to captain the men in blue in the upcoming World Cup. If we look at the situation, he is probably under more pressure than any other skipper due to various reasons. First, it might be his last big ICC tournament, not just as a captain but also as a player, although this is just speculation.

Secondly, Rohit will look to overcome all the scars of the 2022 T20 World Cup, where they lost in the semi-finals against England by 10 wickets. It will surely be interesting to see if Rohit can lead his team to their second T20 World Cup title or not.


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