It has been 8 years since Indian fans are waiting for an ICC Title. India has lost 3 semi-finals and 3 finals in the last 8 years after the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy-winning campaign. Recently India lost the WTC final against New Zealand, which shattered millions of Indians fans across the globe. India will be looking to end an 8-year long wait for Indians fans in the 2021 T20 World Cup.
India always starts almost every tournament as a favorite but has been unlucky in the last few years. One dropped catch or one bad session has costed a whole tournament for the Indian team in recent ICC events. Luck might be all that India needs to finally win a major trophy after 2013.
Sometimes a weird superstition or a stat can help to get luck on their side. Who can forget the 2010 FIFA World Cup’s Spain lucky charm “Paul the Octopus.” The Octopus predicted the whole tournament correctly and shocked the world. Surely such instances excite fans, and we at Kheltalk have brought you some statistical theories that prove Team India will win this year’s T20 World Cup. So relax Indian fans. The luck is on our side this time around.
#1. T20 World Cup is happening in winter’s first time since India’s winning campaign in 2007
Suppose you recall the incredible India campaign from the 2007 T20 World Cup. In that case, you will remember those cold late-night matches we used to watch staying under the blanket. After the inaugural season in 2007, World T20 was always scheduled in summers.
2007 edition took place in the month of September, while all the other World T20’s were held in either April, June, or July. Although the 2012 edition was held in September till then, Indian winter started coming late. The Winter season mainly comes in October, November, and this year’s World T20 is happening in the same month.
The Winter season might bring luck to India to celebrate the T20 World Cup win after 14 years of wait.
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