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England scored big goals ahead of South Africa

Waiting for the end, the Twenty20 World Cup cricket tournament has rolled out. Hosts England and South Africa face the opening match After losing the toss at the Oval, the start of the England innings was not good, but eventually made a big start. Hosts scored 311 runs for eight wickets in the stipulated overs.

In the match at the Oval, England lost the opening opener Jonny Bairstow to the second in the first over of the day. Spinner Imran returned him out. In this push, the hosts finally made big collections.

Ben Stokes, playing in the middle order, played a major role in making England a bigger one. He scored 89 runs of 79 balls. Besides, Jason Rai (54), Root (51) and Morgan (57) played a lot of innings.

Imran Tahir (61) and Rasad (66) took two wickets each. And Lungi got three wickets for 66 runs.

This year 10 teams participate in the World Cup. Eight teams including Bangladesh are taking part directly. And West Indies and Afghanistan came to play in the main event after passing through the qualifying.

A total of 48 matches will be played in 10 venues. The tournament will be played on July 6. The best four teams will play in the semi-finals. The first semi-final will be played on July 9 and the second semifinal on 11 July. The final will be held on July 14 at the londurs.

This is considered as the most preferred form of the tournament in England. They were left out of Bangladesh after losing the last World Cup to Bangladesh. Apart from this, India and present champion Australia are being considered as one of the favorites. Apart from this, South Africa, New Zealand and Pakistan can also be burnt.

Many people are hopeful about the Bangladesh team. Mashrafeera, who won the World Cup in the quarter-finals for the first time in the World Cup, was the first to reach the quarter-finals. Bangladesh could get bigger success in this year's World Cup.

Each of the league-based tournaments will face each other once and the top four teams will take part in the semi-finals. The idea is to be the most competitive World Cup in the history of cricket.

Bangladesh will start World Cup campaign against South Africa in Oval on 2 June. Then on June 5 in New Zealand, England on 8 June, Sri Lanka on June 11, West Indies on June 17, Australia on June 20, Afghanistan on June 24, and India on July 2, and Lal-green will face Pakistan on July 5.
                

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