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This African country qualified for ICC T20 World Cup 2024, Zimbabwe got disappointed

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ICC T20 World Cup will be organized in the month of June in the year 2024. It will be played jointly between West Indies and the US from June 3 to June 30. A total of 20 teams will participate in this mega event in which Ugandan team has qualified as the last team from the African region. Two teams from the African region were to qualify for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 being played in Namibia, in which Namibia secured its place as the first team, while Uganda team was able to secure its place as the second and last team. It has been successful. Zimbabwe team was also participating in this qualifier and like the ODI World Cup, it had to return empty handed from here too.

Uganda also defeated Zimbabwe

Qualifier rounds were played between seven teams for the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 from the African region, in which Namibia’s team is currently at the first position in the points table, while Uganda’s team is at second position with five wins in 6 matches. Is. Uganda has also registered one of these 5 wins against Zimbabwe, in which they won the match by five wickets. At the same time, it is decided that Zimbabwe team will finish third on the points table. Uganda and Namibia finished with 10 points each but due to better net run rate, Namibia’s team is in first place.

These 20 teams qualified for T20 World Cup 2024

For the first time, 20 teams will participate in the T20 World Cup to be hosted by West Indies and US. Being the hosts, West Indies and America have already confirmed their places. Apart from this, teams from Australia, England, India, Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Ireland, Scotland, Papua New Guinea, Canada, Nepal, Oman, Namibia and Uganda are included.

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