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  • 1. T20 World Cup: Players Who Could Win It for Their Team by Cricket today in Sports (submitted 2014-03-18) The fifth edition of the T20 World Cup has started with players geared up to take the world by storm. We have seen some individual performances in the past, which won the title for their respective teams. Here are the players who could prove decisive for their teams in the title race. David Warner, Australia His recent problems have made him more mature and committed to the team's cause. The left hand batsman is batting with more responsibility these days, which has helped him in accumulating lots of runs against some of the best teams. David Warner has a tendency of destroying any bowling attack in span of few overs and if he gets going in the T20 World Cup, the Aussies have a chance of landing their first T20 World Cup Trophy. Virat Kohli, India The best thing about the Indian vice captain is that he can score runs by playing proper cricketing shots. The right hand batsman is in the form of his life since years, who likes to dictate terms with his willow. Virat Kohli has all the shots in his batting arsenal, which are must to score runs at a brisk pace in the shortest format of the game.

2. Let's hope he give us a run feast in Bangladesh as the whole nation is hoping to see their team regain the title of T20 World Champions. Brendon McCullum, New Zealand He showed his intention by scoring a half century against Pakistan in the first warm-up game. The captain of the New Zealand team is an explosive batsman, who is tailor made for the shortest format of the game. Brendon McCullum has played numerous match winning knocks for his team and the same is expected from him in Bangladesh. He can clear any ground in the world with the long sixes. Saeed Ajmal, Pakistan The best spinner in the world at the moment is the most difficult to score against. His variations can fox any batter from across the globe. The googlies, doosra's and others are his stock weapon's, which has resulted in wickets in every game. He is going to be a star performer in the T20 World Cup. Jayawardene & Sangakkara, Sri Lanka The two Sri Lankan legends have announced that they will retire from the international T20s after the world cup. They got everything in them to make their appearance count in a tournament which their team hasn't won despite playing competitive cricket in the previous editions. 3. These two are big match players and who knows they come out with flying colors in the end. Eoin Morgan, England It was Kevin Pietersen in 2010 who won the T20 World Cup for the English team. Eoin Morgan has all the firepower in his batting to lead England to their second title. His orthodox cricketing shots have become a headache for the bowlers. The left hand batsman can bat against all sort of bowlers with ease and his form will be crucial for his team in Bangladesh. Chris Gayle, West Indies I know they have Sunil Narine in their rank but there is no one who can match Chris Gayle's stature in the T20s. He is the best batsman in the shortest format who can win matches from any situation. The whole world is waiting eagerly to watch him in full flow in Bangladesh. AB de Villiers, South Africa There is no denying the fact that AB de Villiers in an exceptional batsman in a team who is known for habit of crumbling under pressure. He can dismantle any bowling unit in a blink of an eye and his batting will be very important in Bangladesh. Watch out for him in the T20 World Cup. About the Author 4. cricket today magazine is a Expert Writer Of Cricket Match, crictoday india and also write Present Running series india versus new zealand series future match in Asia Cup india pakistan super fight 2 march at banladesh and more about cricket new,update,records etc. Follow me On Social Plugging- https://plus.Google.com/b/105739714270029777766/105 739714270029777766/posts Submitted By-Cricket Today Source By- http://goarticles.com/article/T20-World-Cup- Players-Who-Could-Win-It-for-Their-Team/8656435/ Website- http://www.crictoday.com