Biggest wins for England (by wickets) in T20 World Cups

In the T20 World Cup 2024 Super 8 stage, England decimated co-hosts West Indies in a dominant eight-wicket win in St. Lucia. After restricting the Windies to 180, Phil Salt smashed a blister 87 in 43 balls, including a 30-run over against Romario Shepherd which helped the Three Lions clinch the win in 17.3 overs. After this incredible performance, let’s look at England’s biggest wins in T20 World Cup history.

Biggest wins for Engl and ( by wickets ) in T20 World Cups

By 10 wickets vs India, Adelaide, 2022 SF

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Topping the list is England’s destructive 10-wicket win against India in the T20 World Cup 2022 semi-final in Adelaide. Bowling first, England restricted the Men in Blue to 168 on the back of Chris Jordan’s 3-43. Then with the bat, the opening pair of Jos Buttler and Alex Hales were enough as the pair stitched up a 170-run stand to seal the game in 16 overs.

By 8 wickets vs Oman, North Sound, 2024

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England annihilated Oman in one of the most one-sided games in T20 history during the ongoing T20 World Cup 2024. After a no-result against Scotland and a defeat to Australia, the Three Lions were under pressure and destroyed Oman by bundling them out for 47 with Adil Rashid picking a 4-fer. Then with the bat, England chased down the 48-run target in only 3.1 overs.


By 8 wickets vs Australia, Dubai, 2021 

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During the T20 World Cup in 2021, England put forth a few incredible performances including a dominant victory against arch-rivals Australia. Chris Jordan showed off his class to pick up 3-17 and helped bundle out the Aussies at 124. Chasing this total, Jos Buttler had a blistering 71 to help England win the game in  11.4 overs.

By 8 wickets vs Bangladesh, Abu Dhabi, 2021

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In the same T20 World Cup 2021, England took down Bangladesh in an eight-wicket victory. Starting with the ball, the Three Lions restricted the Bangla Tigers to 124-9 in 20 overs with Tymal Mills picking up three wickets. In the second innings,  Jason Roy scored a 38-ball 61 to finish the game in 14.1 overs.

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