T20 World Cup: Varunudu who became the villain for the host team.. Kangaroos can only reach the semis.

Varuna has become the villain of the T20 World Cup in Australia. He is giving shocks after shocks to the top teams who are considered to be the favorites of the tournament by constantly obstructing him. Varuna’s effect was especially good on the Australian team, which entered the ring as the defending champions.

Varuna has become the villain of the T20 World Cup in Australia. He is giving shocks after shocks to the top teams who are considered to be the favorites of the tournament by constantly obstructing him. Varuna’s effect was especially good on the Australian team, which entered the ring as the defending champions. Since the start of the Super 12 round, every match has been threatened with rain. Two matches scheduled to be played in Melbourne on Friday were canceled due to rain. With this, four teams shared one point each. Meanwhile, the crucial match between Australia and England in Group-1 was canceled due to rain. Due to rain, not a single ball was bowled in this match. The umpires announced the cancellation of the match without a toss as the ground became swampy. So far, 3 out of 5 matches in the Super 12 stage have been canceled due to rain. In another match, the England team, which was on the verge of victory, had to lose by 5 runs to Ireland under the Duckworth-Lewis rule. Also, despite being on the verge of victory against Zimbabwe, South Africa had to share points due to rain.

A threat to kangaroos?

If the match is called off due to rain, both teams will be awarded one point as per the Duckworth-Lewis rule. Thus, all the teams are under pressure to win the matches they have the opportunity to play in order to reach the semis. It is also important to beat the opponent team by a huge margin in this victory. Meanwhile, two matches scheduled to be held on Friday were canceled without result. So New Zealand, England, Ireland, Australia now have 3 points. But the New Zealand team is at the top because of the high net run rate. Defending champions Australia are fourth with a run rate of -1.555. In order to reach the Aussie semis, it is necessary to win all the remaining matches in the Super 12. Also, England or New Zealand should lose the rest of the matches. Only then will the host team reach the knockout race. Where are the other teams in the points table?

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