India is Micheal Vaughan’s apparent favorite for the 2023 World Cup

India is Michael Vaughan’s apparent favorite for the 2023 World Cup. In each of the last three ICC Cricket World Cups, the host nation has come out on top. It all began when India won the World Cup in 2011, followed by victories for Australia in 2015 and England in 2019. India is one of the strong favorites to win their third World Cup championship and will be hosting the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup in 2023. Michael Vaughan, a former captain of England, makes a bold prediction about team India going into the 2023 World Cup.

Former English captain Michael Vaughan projected that the 2023 World Cup champion will be the squad that defeated India. “It’s quite obvious to me… whoever beats Team India will win the World Cup,” he wrote in a tweet. 

The batting order for India on Indian pitches is absurd. Additionally, they cover every bowling alternative. Only the weight of the burden could put an end to them. Many cricket enthusiasts believe that team India has a fantastic opportunity to end their 10-year ICC title drought at this point.

With home field advantage, there will be a lot riding on this tournament. In every league game they play, team India will enter a venue that is at capacity. In the competition, they will travel to 9 different locations to play their league-round games. 

The Indian squad is the favorite to win the championship if they are able to handle the pressure on their home field properly. Before the major competition starts on October 5 in Ahmedabad, the Indian team is in excellent shape. 

Team India defeated co-host Sri Lanka in the championship match to claim the 2023 Asia Cup. In a three-match ODI series against out-of-sorts Australians, they also earned two significant victories. In Rajkot, the series still has one game left. In Indore, the Indian batting lineup outscored Australia by a whopping 399 runs, with all of their hitters contributing sizable runs. 

In the just finished Asia Cup, Indian bowlers displayed excellent performances. India’s World Cup campaign will get underway against Australia on October 8 at Chennai’s Chepauk Stadium.

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