The T20 World Cup is scheduled to begin on October 17 and the final match of the tournament will be played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on November 14. A total of 8 teams have directly entered the T20 World Cup by their performance. In which Group 1 includes England, Australia, West Indies and South Africa, while Group 2 includes India, Pakistan, New Zealand and Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, all the teams have also announced their players for this event. However, there are many big names in all the teams who have been dropped from the 15-man squad. In this article, we will try to make up the strongest playing XI of such players who missed out on a place in their respective teams for the upcoming T20 World Cup.
These players are included in this playing XI
1. Alex Hales
England batsman Alexander Daniel Hales has been consistently performing in T20 leagues around the world and is one of the most prolific batsmen in the T20 format of the game, although he is yet to find a place in the England national cricket team. Hales has so far managed to score 1644 runs in T20 Internationals at a strike rate of 136.65 and a total of 8733 runs in T20Is at a strike rate of 145.93.
Hales bats very fast in T20 cricket. His strike rate is always very high. However, due to some issues between the England and Wales Cricket Board, Alex Hales has not been selected despite his excellent form.