The victory of the second team in the T20 World Cup will decide India’s chance of reaching the semi-finals.


India SemiFinal Hope : Team India won the second consecutive victory by defeating Scotland in the Group-2 match on Friday. The team defeated Scholland by a big margin and improving the net run rate. In such a situation, the hope of reaching the semi-finals of the team still remains. However, to reach the semi-finals, the team will have to depend on its performance as well as the results of the other team in the group. India’s access to the semi-finals from Group 2 will depend on two things.

  1. Afghanistan beat New Zealand by a small margin India’s hope of reaching the semi-finals now rests mostly on the performance of Afghanistan. If the Afghanistan team beats New Zealand in the match played on Sunday, then the way for Team India to reach the semi-finals will be opened. However, for this it is necessary that Afghanistan register this victory by a very small margin. So that his run rate cannot go above that of India. India will reach the semi-finals if the run rate is higher. On the other hand, if New Zealand wins this match, then both India and Afghanistan will be out of the semi-final race.
  2. Namibia will have to be defeated by all means – Apart from the formula to reach the semi-finals with Afghanistan’s victory, India will also need to register a win in Monday’s match against Namibia to join the race ahead. Only after this win, India will be able to have 6 points.

Team India is seen in color in the last 2 matches

Let us tell you that in both their last matches, Team India has been seen in color. The team has performed brilliantly in batting. Apart from this, the bowlers have also done their job well. Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah have come in rhythm, while Ravindra Jadeja is doing wonders in spin.

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