Given that India have a young squad squad at their disposal, the hunger to win the T20 World Cup will be plenty, but do we hope?
Four-time world champions, Australia have a chance to bag an unprecedented fifth world title this time around.
The new-look England squad travel Down Under for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup as runners-up and one of the contenders for the title. The squad is well-balanced with experience and youth amongst it.
West Indies have been bolstered by the return of Dottin Dottin and Stafanie Taylor for the T20 World Cup as they aim for a 2016 repeat
For a full-strength South Africa that will turn up at the T20 World Cup 2020, anything less than a top four finish would be a disappointment.
In recent times, New Zealand have had a poor run in World Cups. Will they be able to turn that form around in the 2020 edition?
With a blend of youth and experience Pakistan skipper Bismah Maroof is confident of putting up a good show in the T20 World Cup in Australia.
Sri Lanka haven’t really set the stage on fire in T20 World Cups, but with the current bunch, they can hope of leaving a mark.
The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 will be Bangladesh’s fourth, but they are yet to make their presence felt in the competition.
Not expected to win by any matches, underdogs Thailand have a settled looking line-up going in to their first ever T20 World Cup.