India not favourites! Which team has most chances to win T20 World Cup 2024?

India not favourites! Which team has most chances to win T20 World Cup 2024?

Who will win the T20 World Cup 2024? What are the chances of India lifting the trophy after 2007? Let's see in this article.

Cricket fans all throughout the world are gathering with excitement as the T20 World Cup 2024 draws closer, wondering which team will win this highly competitive competition. Predicting the winners is difficult because there is a wide pool of skilled teams, each bringing special skills and strategies to the table. This article calculates the chances of the leading contenders winning the coveted prize by analyzing the form, important players, and recent performances. We examine the odds of every team, from the defending champions to the dark horses.

Chances of winning T20 World 2024 in percentage

  • England (80%)
  • India (70%)
  • Australia (70%)
  • New Zealand (65%)
  • West Indies (60%)
  • South Africa (50%)
  • Pakistan (35%)
  • Sri Lanka (18 %)
  • Afghanistan (15%)
  • Bangladesh (5%)

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Defending champions England to lift trophy again?

The defending champions, England, have the highest chance of winning the trophy twice in two consecutive years. They will become the only team to lift the trophy thrice in the history of the tournament. They have an 80% chance, with Jos Buttler leading a side of T20 format specialists like Phil Salt, Harry Brook, Reece Topley, and many others.

Not first, India second favorite

India are not the favorites to win the trophy. They have a 70% chance of winning the T20 World Cup 2024. India have the highest winning percentage in the tournament, but their conversion rate is not good, as they have won only one title, which was in the inaugural season. Australia also have the same chances as India.


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