World Cup Semi Final Scenario: Semi-final race becomes interesting due to Australia’s victory, South Africa…

World Cup Points Table: As the league matches of the World Cup are coming to an end, the race for the semi-finals is becoming interesting. Apart from India, South Africa has qualified for the semi-finals. At the same time, Australia’s claim as the third team is the strongest. Australia has 10 points in 7 matches, which means Kangaroo team has 2 league matches left. But the most interesting battle is for the fourth place.

The fight for fourth place is very interesting…

Apart from Pakistan, New Zealand and Afghanistan are contenders for the fourth place. Although, at present New Zealand is at fourth position, Pakistan is at fifth position and Afghanistan is at sixth position in the points table, but these three teams have equal 8-8 points.

Which teams are where in the points table…

Australia has 10 points in 7 matches, this team is at third position in the points table. Australia’s net run rate is +0.924. New Zealand, ranked fourth, has 8 points in 8 matches, while the net run rate is +0.398. Pakistan, ranked fifth, has 8 points in 8 matches, while the net run rate is +0.036. Apart from this, Afghanistan, ranked at sixth position, has 8 points in 7 matches, net run rate is -0.330. However, Afghanistan has played 1 match less than Pakistan and New Zealand.

England is officially out of the tournament

After losing to Australia today, defending champion England is officially out of the tournament. England became the second team after Bangladesh to be eliminated. At the same time, Sri Lanka, which is ranked seventh in the points table, has 4 points in 7 matches. Whereas the net run rate of this team is -1.162. Netherlands, ranked eighth, has 4 points in 7 matches, while the net run rate is -1.398.

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