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T20 World Cup 2022: How can Pakistan still qualify for semi-finals?



After two rounds of matches the qualification stakes in Group 2 are beginning to take shape, with India in pole position and Pakistan in a heap of trouble Who’s in the driving seat to reach the semi-finals?

India are top of the group with a maximum four points from their opening two games and are in a prime position to qualify for the semi-finals.

A Net Run Rate of +1.425 is a strong start too, and it will take some turnaround for Rohit Sharma’s side to be prevented from a top-two spot.

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The rain-interrupted no result between South Africa and Zimbabwe has both teams just a point behind India with three games to play, and that could make all the difference come the final standings.

Zimbabwe’s stunning win over Pakistan has given them a chance, but they will likely still need to win at least two and maybe all three of their remaining fixtures.

South Africa have the edge over Zimbabwe thanks to a phenomenal Net RR of +5.200, created by the crushing 104-run win over Bangladesh on Thursday.

That in itself is effectively worth an extra point at this stage 2022 Can Pakistan still make it?

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Two defeats, both coming on the final ball of matches against India and Zimbabwe, have left Pakistan needing something special to make it to the semi-finals.

It is now unlikely that Pakistan will reach the final four, but not mathematically impossible


The first task for Babar Azam’s side is to win all three of their remaining matches, starting with Netherlands on Sunday, then South Africa on Thursday, 3 November and finally against Bangladesh on Sunday, 6 November.

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It is out of Pakistan’s hands however. If any two of India, Zimbabwe or South Africa win two of their remaining three matches then they will finish with more than six points – the maximum that Pakistan can reach.

It is out of Pakistan’s hands however. If any two of India, Zimbabwe or South Africa win two of their remaining three matches then they will finish with more than six points – the maximum that Pakistan can reach.

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