Pakistan’s team can still reach the semi-finals, know what the equation says

Two defeats by the shortest margin have put Pakistan on the verge of being eliminated from the semi-finals of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. But the journey of Pakistan team is not over yet. After losing to Zimbabwe in the Super 12 stage, skipper Babar Azam admitted that it is difficult for Pakistan to qualify right now. But Pakistan still has a glimmer of hope to reach the knockout stage. First they have to beat South Africa on 3 November. If they do so they will still have a chance to go into the final round matches, Pakistan will again need to be kind to the season with victories over the Netherlands, Zimbabwe.

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India on top, Pakistan at number five

India has played 4 matches so far in the T20 World Cup, in which Rohit’s brigade has scored 6 points with 3 wins. India is currently at the top of its group. South Africa, on the other hand, have won 2 after playing 3 matches, while one match was canceled due to rain. South Africa is second with 5 points. Bangladesh has secured the third position with 2 wins. Zimbabwe’s team has won 1 out of 4 matches, while one match was washed out due to rain. Fourth place Zimbabwe has 3 points. Pakistan are at number five in the group and have scored 2 points from 3 matches after 1 win and 2 losses.

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Equation of Pakistan reaching the semi-finals
Babar and his team can now score a maximum of six points. For this it will be necessary to defeat South Africa. Pakistan has to win over Bangladesh. After this, he will have to pray that South Africa becomes a victim of upset in the match with the Netherlands. Pakistan will have 6 points from 3 wins while South Africa will be left on 5 points due to 2 wins and 1 canceled match. South Africa’s last match is the only way Pakistan can keep its hopes alive through net run rate. Pakistan play in Adelaide later the same day, so they will know exactly what they need to overtake the Proteas at Net RR.
Pakistan’s remaining matches
03 November: Pakistan v South Africa, SCG, Sydney
06 November: Pakistan v Bangladesh, Adelaide Oval

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