Why this edition of the T20 World Cup is turning out to be pretty boring?

There is a pattern in all the matches of the T20 World Cup conducted as skipper you are aiming to win the toss and deciding to field first and the match is yours and it is because of the dew factor in UAE conditions. Out of 13 matches conducted in the marquee event, 12 matches have been won by that side who batted second and one by the side who batted first.

The matches are turning out to be one-sided and the recent example is the India-Pakistan match which was completely dominated by Men in Green who bamboozled India by 10 wickets due to the individual brilliance of Shaheen Shah Afridi, Babar Azam, and Mohammad Rizwan. In Group 1, England has dominated in both games they have played so far and they will be next locking horns against Australia who are also undefeated side in the marquee event.

ICC had to do something for dew factors some sort of equipment should be brought into consideration as if these things will not be taken care of team batting second will boost more morale against the one who batted first as no score is secure whether it is 180 runs scored by Bangladesh which was easily chased by Sri Lanka.

ICC has tried everything in this ongoing edition of the T20 World Cup by granting two DRS each to both sides per innings also allowing 70 percent crowd but still, the matches are turning out to be one-sided and pretty boring to watch as fans.

Afghanistan and Bangladesh are the only two sides in the ongoing marquee event who have taken risk of batting first after winning the toss where the former have defeated Scotland by a huge margin of 130 runs but rest aside nothing seem to be working for the side who have batted first.