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T20 World Cup: USA will reach the semi-finals despite losing two consecutive matches! Know how to do it

Ritul Pandey

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Group 2 of the Super 8 round of the T20 World Cup consists of USA, South Africa, West Indies and England. Each team has played two matches from this group. South Africa is at the top of the group by winning two out of two matches. However, the calculation of the semi-finals is still not over. West Indies and England will have a chance if they win the last match. Because both these teams have won one match out of two and if they win the last match, then the math can be solved on the basis of net run rate. But if we think beyond this, then even after losing two consecutive games, America has a chance. You will wonder how this is possible. But mathematically, America has the same chance as South Africa, England and West Indies. A strange math is needed for that. Let’s know how this equation works

The last match of this group is between South Africa vs West Indies and USA vs England. If we think from America’s point of view, then it is important for South Africa to beat West Indies by a big margin. Due to this, West Indies are left with only two points. Also, the net run rate will also be affected and the ranking will also go down. At the same time, America should beat England by a big margin. Due to this, America will get two points and there will be a big difference in the net run rate as well.

Looking at the above equation, South Africa will win three out of three matches to reach the semi-finals. While America, England and West Indies will have two points each. In such a situation, the other team will reach the semi-finals on the basis of net run rate. If America beats the net run rate in this equation, then it will definitely reach the semi-finals. According to sports lovers, this math is not going to be solved. But you never know what will happen. Because this tournament has already seen big upsets.

United States Team: Steven Taylor, Andries Goss (wicketkeeper), Nitish Kumar, Aaron Jones (captain), Corey Anderson, Shayan Jahangir, Harmeet Singh, Jasdeep Singh, Notsh Kenjige, Ali Khan, Saurabh Netravalkar, Monank Patel, Milind Kumar, Nisarg Patel, Shedley van Schalkwyk

Ritul Pandey

Ritul Pandey

I am Ritul Pandey, a content creator focused on delivering entertaining and engaging news from the worlds of entertainment and sports

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