Does Pakistan still make a comeback in this T20 World Cup 2022? The qualification stakes in the points table have started taking shape after two rounds of matches of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 Group 2, with India in the top position while neighboring Pakistan is in trouble after two consecutive defeats.
Where will Pakistan’s journey end?
But 3 matches are still to be played by all the teams as all six teams in Group 2 compete for the top two spots in the semi-finals of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022. We always take a look at the state of the game as soon as we get some trends, and tell you how Pakistan can still qualify.
Who is currently in the driving seat in the race for the semi-finals of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022?
As you know, India is at the top of Group 2 with a maximum of four points from their opening two matches and is in a strong position to qualify for the semi-finals. Whose net run rate is also +1.425 which is a strong start, and will have to make some changes to prevent Rohit Sharma’s side from the top-two spot of the group. Read Also England vs Australia match was canceled due to rain, interesting race in Group 1,
What are the standings of T20 World Cup 2022 at the moment,
The rain-interrupted no result between Zimbabwe and South Africa resulted in a 1–1 point distribution between the two teams, with both teams only one point behind India and with three games to play, all of which upset the last match. can be seen in.
Zimbabwe has given themselves a chance by beating Pakistan, but they will still need to win at least two of their three matches, or perhaps all three of their remaining matches.
South Africa has a higher RR than Zimbabwe, and that’s because their 104-run win over Bangladesh on Thursday created an unprecedented net RR of +5.200. That in itself is effectively worth an extra point at this stage.
Can Pakistan still make a comeback in this T20 World Cup 2022?
If we look at it, now it is unlikely that Pakistan will reach the last four, but it is not mathematically impossible either. After two losses, both are coming off the last ball of the matches against India and Zimbabwe, giving the Pakistan team some special innings to make it to the semi-finals.
A masterclass inning from Indian player Virat Kohli followed them with a stunning final-ball win as India snatched the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 thriller from Pakistan in the match. Read Also, Sri Lanka vs Netherlands, Highlights of the 9th match, ICC T20 World Cup
The first task for the captain, of Babar Azam’s team, to make a comeback and stay in the competition is to win their remaining three matches, starting with the Netherlands on Sunday 30 November, then South Africa on Thursday, 3 November, and ending with I will have to win against Bangladesh on Sunday, 6 November.
Although it is out of the hands of Pakistan. If either India, Zimbabwe, or South Africa win two of their remaining three matches they will end up with more than six points – the maximum that Pakistan can reach. Net RR could still be a major factor, so even a big margin of victory in at least one of the remaining games won’t hurt Pakistan.