- The two great consecutive victories of the Indian team
- Big advantage for the India team in Net-Runrate
T20 WC, Ind Vs Sco: Team India has made a tremendous comeback in the T20 World Cup. After defeating Afghanistan, now India has also won a great victory over Scotland. The net performance of the India team has also improved after two big victories, in such a situation now the semi-final hopes have started to reignite. But this path is so easy, you also have to understand it.
Team India held Scotland all out for just 85 runs. India had to cross the finish line on 53 balls to beat New Zealand’s net run rate, 43 balls to beat Afghanistan’s net run rate. Team India did the same and did it in just 7 overs.
With Team India’s victory over Scotland, it has reached number three in the Group 2 points table. What’s special is that India’s net execution rate is now even better than Afghanistan and New Zealand. That is, if it is the net run rate to reach the semi-finals, the Indian team can benefit a lot.
Best net run rate in Group 2, but still needs a miracle …
With tremendous victories over Afghanistan and Scotland, India has 4 points, while its net running rate has risen to +1,619. India’s net execution rate has now become the best in Group 2. However, it is still at number three. Also, in terms of points, they are 2 points behind New Zealand.
Now, if the Indian team is to reach the semi-finals, they will also have to beat Namibia by a large margin. But with this New Zealand will also have to lose their match. If Afghanistan somehow beats New Zealand, then the India team can get a lot of help through the net execution fee.
How is it possible for India to reach the semi-finals?
- Team India beat Namibia by a large margin
- Afghanistan beat New Zealand in the next match
- If this happens, all three teams will have 6 points.
- Then the net run rate work will start, in such situation, India will benefit.
Team India bowlers were seen in full color against Scotland, which is why Scotland was out of the game for just 85 runs. Jasprit Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin and Mohammed Shami played well. The India team achieved the goal of just 86 runs, which was completed in just 39 balls based on the explosive hitting of Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul.