If the West Indies team loses against Australia, it will be out of the Super 12 in the next World Cup

T20 WC 2021: In the ICC T20 World Cup (ICC T20 WC), the match is being played between Australia (AUS) and West Indies (WI) at Sheikh Zayed Stadium today. By winning this match, Australia’s team will try to make it to the semi-finals, so a lot is at stake for the West Indies team in this match. If the West Indies team loses in today’s match, then it will be out of the Super 12 group of next year’s T20 World Cup. To avoid this situation, West Indies will have to win this match at any cost.

West Indies is at number eight in ICC rankings

If the West Indies team loses in this match against Australia, then it will have to play in the qualifying rounds to reach the Super 12 stage in next year’s T20 World Cup. This year the teams of Sri Lanka and Bangladesh made it to the Super 12s by playing the qualifying rounds. In fact, the top 8 teams in the World Cup qualify directly, while other teams have to play qualifying matches.

At present, the West Indies team is at the eighth position and this year it was directly included in the Super 12. If she loses the match against Australia, then her rank will be 9 and she will not get a place in the Super 12 in the next World Cup. Bangladesh team is currently at number nine. West Indies are currently out of the ongoing T20 World Cup and they would like to win today’s match and retain their ranking next.

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Shivam Bangwal

Shivam Bangwal is an Indian based entrepreneur who is a tech, travel and coding enthusiast with a post graduation degree on Master's of Computer Applications. He is a founder of Youthistaan, People News Chronicle, Hitchhike TV, Branding Panther and many more.

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