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Indian cricket team is virtually out of Semifinal race after losing its first two matches of ICC T20 World Cup 2021 given Afghanistan has a very good net run-rate

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BS Web Tem  |  New Delhi 

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The two Super 12 groups each feature four of the automatic qualifiers – tournament hosts India and the top seven teams on the ICC rankings at the cut-off date – and two Round 1 qualifiers. Photo: @t20worldcup

The Super 12 round of will kick-start from October 23 with Australia vs South Africa game at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi. Four teams have made to the Super 12 stage after the Qualifier round concluded on October 22. Namibia and Scotland joined India, Pakistan, New Zealand and Afghanistan in Group B while Sri Lanka and Bangladesh would be part Group A, comprises South Africa, Australia, England and West Indies.



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First Published: Fri, October 22 2021. 12:00 IST