Will not be able to score big in T20 World Cup, GT batsman predicted

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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New Delhi. Big scores are being made in this season of the Indian Premier League. Sunrisers Hyderabad team broke the record of the highest score in the history of the tournament twice. South Africa and Gujarat Titans middle-order batsman David Miller does not expect high-scoring matches in the upcoming T20 World Cup to be held in the Caribbean and America. They feel that the pitches there will be slow.

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Favorable conditions and the much talked about 'Impact Player' rule have helped the batsmen to dominate the ongoing IPL. Teams like Sunrisers Hyderabad scored more than 260 on three occasions. But Miller feels that this will not happen in the T20 World Cup to be held in America and West Indies from June 2.

Miller said before the match against Delhi Capitals, “It will be difficult to say whether there will be high-scoring matches in the World Cup or not because the circumstances will be very different. Caribbean wickets can be slower than Indian wickets. It's about assessing the conditions of that day and playing accordingly.

“We are not worried about it (crossing the 200-run mark),” he said. We have played against Sunrisers and defeated them. I think it is different conditions for different grounds. We have won four out of eight matches, so we are in the competition. We don't want to get caught up in what other teams are doing. We will play according to our strengths.

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