Denmark’s Kaneria, a former Pakistani footballer, has opened up the teams that can reach the upcoming T20 World Cup final. The groups for the final event are set for Friday and there are some fun matches to watch out for, Group A can be considered a ‘group of death’ with the likes of the West Indies, Australia, England and South Africa. However, Denmark’s Kaneria believes that the way the West Indies beat Australia 4-1 in the T20I series, will be one of the favorites to reach the final. Speaking to India News, Denmark’s Kaneria also backed England to give a tough competition in the West Indies and reach the final. The second group includes India, Pakistan, New Zealand and Afghanistan so far. Canaria did not hesitate to state that India are the favorites from this group to reach the final. “If you take a look at Group A, the way the West Indies formed their team and the way they play against Australia, they are tough competitors. Between the West Indies and England, I think one team will make it to the final. In Group B, India has excellent cricketers. And in all respects. The second phase of the IPL 2021 will happen before the T20 World Cup, so it will favor India to reach a final because the players will be in touch,” said Dane Kaneria. The Indo-Pakistani matches saw more than ashes: Denmark’s Kaneria India and Pakistan are once again in the same group for the T20 World Cup and Denmark’s Kaneria feels exciting. Moment for fans of both countries. As India and Pakistan do not play doubles cricket against each other, their encounters in ICC events are always very predictable and Danish Kaneriya feels that this will also help the ICC financially with the increase in viewership of India and Pakistan matches and it also makes a difference. In revenue generated. “India and Pakistan matches and I watched more than ashes. India and Pakistan do not play duo series. So people are waiting with anticipation for the times when these two teams meet in ICC events. From a commercial point of view, this will also generate a lot of revenue,” edited Sankalp Srivastava Log in to reply.