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Pakistan Victory Cricket World Cup
Pakistan Victory Cricket World Cup, as the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 reaches its knockout round, the qualifying possibilities in Group 2 are starting to take form.
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Pakistan Victory Cricket World Cup defeated South Africa comprehensively in Sydney, keeping them in contention for a semi-final position. The outcome also assures that everything is on the line in the last round of Group 2 games. We take a look at the current condition of play.
Who is the favorite to advance to the semi-finals?
India’s close and nail-biting victory over Bangladesh has propelled them to the top of the group with six points from four games, and they are now well-positioned to win the group if they defeat Zimbabwe in their last encounter. On the other hand, if Zimbabwe wins their last match, they might still be caught.
South Africa had an opportunity to formally cement their place in the top two with a victory against Pakistan on Thursday, but they fell well short of the DLS mark and now have to beat the Netherlands in order to advance to the semi-finals. If the Netherlands pulls off an upset, it will allow either Pakistan or Bangladesh, who play in the second game on Sunday, to win and go to the final four.
How can Pakistan possibly survive?
Other outcomes will determine Pakistan’s chances of reaching the semi-finals. If the Netherlands or Zimbabwe defeat South Africa or India, respectively, Babar Azam’s men will have a chance. But, first and foremost, they must win their game against Bangladesh at the Pakistan Victory Cricket World Cup.
If the Netherlands defeats the Proteas, Pakistan will overtake South Africa to six points, while Bavuma’s side would stay on five. If Zimbabwe defeats India, Pakistan might tie India on points. Given that both sides have the same amount of victories, the determining factor will be the net run rate, which Pakistan (+1.117) presently leads India (+0.730).
If all of the other matches go Pakistan’s way, Babar Azam’s team may possibly win Group 2, which appeared exceedingly difficult after losing their first two matches to India and Zimbabwe.
However, as things are, both India and South Africa control their own futures. If they win their respective matches, they will advance to the semi-finals.
Zimbabwe has squandered a chance on Pakistan Victory Cricket World Cup.
The Netherlands’ victory against Zimbabwe on Wednesday officially eliminated them from contention for an improbable top-two finish at the Pakistan Victory Cricket World Cup betting. If Sikandar Raza had spurred his side to victory against the Dutch – and he did his best with scant aid – Zimbabwe may have pulled off one of the greatest upsets in tournament history.