Predicting the 2024 T20 World Cup Final is a Challenge

Chris Gayle on 2024 T20 World Cup final ‘It is going to be so hard to call’


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The West Indies superstar Chris Gayle on Saturday stated that it’s very challenging to predict the team that is going to lift the title of the T20 World Cup 2024 final. The grand World Cup is ready to take place today in Barbados.

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Chris Gayle also said that both teams have performed really well throughout the tournament. India and South Africa both team didn’t lose a single game in the tournament.

“It is going to be so hard to call – with two teams who have played clean and aggressive cricket throughout the tournament,” Gayle was quoted as saying by ICC.

“We have a final fit for the occasion,” he added.


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Gayle, who is a two-time T20 World Cup winner, also said that lifting the trophy is the most amazing feeling in the world.

“I have so many treasured items from my career but my two rings for winning (T20) World Cups are the standouts,” the former Windies batter said.

“They are like Super Bowl rings, almost physical proof that you have climbed to the top of the mountain and become champions of the world.

“When she’s older, I will give both of my rings – for being part of the West Indies sides that won the T20 World Cups in 2012 and 2016 – to my daughter and I can’t wait for that moment.


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“I will tell her to keep one, and then pass the other one down to my future grandchildren, and I’m so proud to keep them in our family for generations.

“I promise the winners, it’s the most amazing feeling in the world.”

It should be mentioned that rain could have an impact on today’s T20 World Cup 2024 final in Barbados between South Africa and India.

Rain is likely to fall at the Kensington Oval during the game, according to AccuWeather.

For the final, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has reserved a reserve day. Both sides will return to the field on Sunday if the match cannot be finished on Saturday.

According to ICC’s Playing Conditions for the reserve day, “every effort will be made to complete the match on the scheduled day with any necessary reduction in overs taking place and only if the minimum number of overs necessary to constitute a match cannot be bowled on the scheduled day will the match be completed on the reserve day.”

Only when each team has completed a minimum of ten overs will the match’s outcome be determined. On the reserve day, the match will pick up where it left off on Saturday owing to inclement weather.

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