Vote for most disappointing World T20 team with India and West Indies struggling

Both India and West Indies are looking unlikely to qualify for the T20 World Cup semi-finals

Virat Kohli looks dejected during India’s loss to New Zealand

The T20 World Cup has already delivered a host of shocks, with both India and West Indies staring down the barrel of shock early exits from the competition.

West Indies, who have so far suffered defeats to England and South Africa before sneaking a win over Bangladesh, must beat Sri Lanka and Australia in their final two matches and hope results elsewhere go their way, including a huge turnaround in Net Run Rate.

India, who have suffered heavy defeats to Pakistan and New Zealand in their opening two games, need to win their final three matches against Scotland, Namibia and Afghanistan and hope that a series of unlikely results elsewhere go their way.

It means that it is unlikely that either country will qualify for the semi-finals, despite both being ranked among the pre-tournament favourites.

Now is your chance to have your say on which team has been the most impressive and most disappointing so far in the T20 World Cup.

Fill out our survey below to give your thoughts.

Whilst India and the West Indies undoubtedly rank among the most disappointing performances in the World Cup, there are plenty of strong contenders for most impressive.

Pakistan have delivered on their billing of being one of the pre-tournament favourites, comfortably winning all of their games to date.

England have been equally impressive, with Eoin Morgan’s side recording statement victories over West Indies and Australia alongside wins against Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

Yet is there an argument that a smaller team should perhaps be named the most impressive?

Both Scotland and Namibia recorded famous wins in the opening round of the tournament to qualify for the Super 12s, a landmark moment in the cricketing history for both countries.

Have your say in the survey above, and also give your views in the comments below.

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