Fans want to see the cousin teams compete again in the World Cup. And is there a chance? That means yes. If all goes well, the two teams are likely to meet again only in the final.
In the match against Pakistan at the Melbourne venue, Team India got a thrilling victory on the last ball. They continued their winning streak against Daiyadi in ICC events by winning by four wickets. Meanwhile, the match held in Melbourne gave real fun to the fans of India and Pakistan as well as the cricket fans all over the world. About 90,000 people watched this match live.. Due to the match, the TRP rating of TV channels increased immensely. As the match progresses, the number of viewers on Disney Plus Hotstar continues to increase. In this context, the fans want to see the cousin teams compete again in the World Cup. And is there a chance? That means yes. If all goes well, the two teams are likely to meet again only in the final. Currently Super-12 matches are going on. India and Pakistan in Group-B will have to defeat the teams of South Africa, Bangladesh, Zimbabwe and Netherlands in the same group. The top two will qualify directly for the semis. Then they will compete against the top-2 teams from Group-A in the semi-knockout group. But there are strong teams like Australia, England and New Zealand in that group. If India and Pakistan defeat the two teams that reached the semis, there is a chance to watch the battle of the cousins again.
That means.. India and Pakistan teams should be at the top of the table in the group matches. And if they defeat their opponents in the semi-finals, these two teams have a chance to compete in the final. Meanwhile, India will face the Netherlands in its next match. The match will be played at Sydney on Thursday at 12.30 pm. The Pakistani team will face Zimbabwe at 4.30 pm on the same day. This match will be held at Perth ground. Experts say that it will not be a big problem for Team India to reach the semis with a win against Pakistan. Excluding the South African team in the group, the teams of Bangladesh, Zimbabwe and the Netherlands are still weak. So reaching the knockout stage is not a big problem for India.
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