Exciting matches for the T20 World Cup are continuing. Qualifier matches are currently being played. UAE defeated Namibia in Group A match today. With this Namibia is now out of the competition. But despite losing, the Netherlands team has reached the Super-12. Apart from this, the Sri Lankan team has also reached the Super 12. Sri Lanka and Netherlands were in Group A. Sri Lanka topped Group A while the Netherlands finished second. This is the reason why Sri Lanka’s team has reached Group K in Super 12. Whereas Netherlands has entered in Group 2 with India.
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Apart from India in Group 2, there are teams from Pakistan, South Africa and Bangladesh. Now it has been included on the Netherlands. According to the schedule so far, India will face the Netherlands on October 27. Apart from this, there will be another team’s entry in Group II, whose decision will be taken on October 21. In Group A, Sri Lanka’s team finished on top, due to which it has reached Group One. Teams from Australia, England, New Zealand and Afghanistan are already included in this. On October 21, another team will join this group. India has to play its first match against Pakistan on 23 October.
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India would like to make a good start to the World Cup by performing brilliantly in the match against Pakistan at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 23 October. Apart from this, India also has a good chance of taking revenge by defeating Pakistan in the World Cup. In the 2021 T20 World Cup, the Indian team was defeated by Pakistan. Talking about India’s matches, it will be with New Zealand on 27 October while the matches will be played against South Africa on 30 October. On November 2, there will be a match with Bangladesh, while on November 6, the Indian team will also be with the winner of Group B.