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    A win only just though.
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    England will definitely reach the last four if they beat Sri Lanka on Saturday and South Africa are defeated by West Indies on Friday.
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    That's the biggest **** up since South Africa in the '99 semi final.
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    (Original post by The Wavefunction)
    That's the biggest **** up since South Africa in the '99 semi final.
    Agreed. Don't know how Bangladesh lost that.

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    Completely bottled it. An Indian defeat would mean it would certainly come down to NRR between the four other sides, apart from NZ, to join the Black Caps in the SFs.

    Now, it seems the India vs Australia match is effectively a QF.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    Completely bottled it. An Indian defeat would mean it would certainly come down to NRR between the four other sides, apart from NZ, to join the Black Caps in the SFs.

    Now, it seems the India vs Australia match is effectively a QF.
    Well Pakistan have to beat Australia for India to go through ( if India beat Aus too)

    But if Aus win against Pak, then India has to win against Aus for NRR to come into play.
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    (Original post by sachinisgod)
    Well Pakistan have to beat Australia for India to go through ( if India beat Aus too)

    But if Aus win against Pak, then India has to win against Aus for NRR to come into play.
    If India beats Australia, they're through no question?


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    (Original post by sachinisgod)
    Well Pakistan have to beat Australia for India to go through ( if India beat Aus too)
    No. If India beat Australia, India go through.

    Australia have already lost to NZ, remember.
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    (Original post by Asklepios)
    If India beats Australia, they're through no question?


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    No. If India beat Australia, India go through.

    Australia have already lost to NZ, remember.
    Yes but Aus vs Pak is before Aus vs Ind. So the result of that match decides how easy it is for India to go through or not
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    (Original post by sachinisgod)
    Yes but Aus vs Pak is before Aus vs Ind. So the result of that match decides how easy it is for India to go through or not
    Yes, that's what I'm saying.

    Australia vs India is practically winner-takes-all, if everything goes to plan and (as we all expect) Australia emerge victorious against Pakistan.

    Exciting.
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    (Original post by sachinisgod)
    Yes but Aus vs Pak is before Aus vs Ind. So the result of that match decides how easy it is for India to go through or not
    Yeah but the Australia v Pakistan result is irrelevant if India beat Australia
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    (Original post by Asklepios)
    Yeah but the Australia v Pakistan result is irrelevant if India beat Australia
    This is what I'm getting at. Succinctly put. Thanks.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    This is what I'm getting at. Succinctly put. Thanks.
    Although still would be a very interesting game tomorrow. Pakistan need to win to have a chance of going through. And Australia need to win to avoid a NRR-dependent situation.
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    (Original post by Asklepios)
    Although still would be a very interesting game tomorrow. Pakistan need to win to go through. And Australia need to win to avoid a NRR-dependent situation.
    I'm sure Pakistan have no way of getting through, they're out. Hopefully Australia win.

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    (Original post by Enginerd.)
    I'm sure Pakistan have no way of getting through, they're out. Hopefully Australia win.

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    If Pakistan beat Australia, and Australia beat India, then all three teams will end up with two wins and two losses. So it would be NZ going through and whoever has the highest NRR out of Australia or Pakistan.

    (India would be out in that scenario as Pakistan's NRR must be higher than India's).
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    Shane Watson announces his retirement from international cricket. LBW enthusiasts must be gutted.
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    Well, well, well.

    Shane Watson will quit international cricket after the World T20.

    59 Tests, 190 ODIs, 56 T20 caps. World Cup winner in 2007 and 2015. Player of the World T20 in 2012. Ashes winner in 2013-14.
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    ^Cue the review jokes.

    Injuries affected him really fulfilling his career consistently but when he was in form, he was good to watch. But technical issues clearly, and at times embarrassingly, exposed.
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    (Original post by Aky786UK)
    ^Cue the review jokes.

    Injuries affected him really fulfilling his career consistently but when he was in form, he was good to watch. But technical issues clearly, and at times embarrassingly, exposed.
    Already made one in the other thread ha!
 
 
 
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