The 8th edition of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 is scheduled to be played in Australia from Oct 16 to Nov 13. A total of 16 teams will fight it out for the title. The top 8 teams from the previous edition have already qualified. The other four teams, which are: Namibia, Scotland, Sri Lanka, and West Indies, have made it through from the previous tournament. Four more teams, Ireland, UAE, Zimbabwe, and the Netherlands, have recently qualified for the tournament from the ICC T20 World Cup group qualifier round.

The World Cup, which is played every two years, has garnered fans of cricket all over the world watching the sport and betting on reputable sites like, where there are a lot of completely safe sportsbooks for Chinese bettors. As fans are looking forward to the 2022 World Cup, who are the contenders for the title?


Australia, champions of the ICC 2021 World Cup, will look to defend their title as firm contenders in 2022. They have one of the finest batting lineups in the world with a strong squad of outstanding players. Any opponent’s bowling attack may be destroyed by Australia’s bowling attack, especially the fast bowlers. The fact that the competition will be held in their own country, where Australia has historically triumphed, will be their largest advantage.


Despite the fact that England are currently in a terrible state after losing matches against South Africa and India at home and losing in the West Indies, they are still contenders for the title. They have bowlers who can strike the deck hard and add extra bounce from the Australian wickets, as they bat quite deep. The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 can be won by England if they perform to their full ability, as they currently are the squad with the highest value. 


The men in blue were unable to advance to the knockout round in the last edition after suffering losses to arch-rivals Pakistan and another defeat to New Zealand. India has now defeated England on the road and tied South Africa, as they have enjoyed six bilateral T20I series victories. If they win the Asia Cup, they can as well go into the 2022 T20 World Cup undefeated. 

South Africa

Due to a lower net run rate than England and Australia, South Africa missed the semi-finals last year even though all three teams won four out of five games. This year, they have a good chance of beating Pakistan, who is grouped with South Africa and India, and reaching the last four. With their collective ability, they should be strong contenders for the title.