Afghanistan (Points 0; NRR -1.248)
Afghanistan has had two tough losses despite showcasing a strong hand with the bat in both games. A semi-final qualification looks highly unlikely unless a miracle happens. However, their win can seriously dent the chances of other teams rising up to the next stage.
Afghanistan vs. England, Delhi- 23 Mar 2016
Afghanistan vs. West Indies, Nagpur- 27 Mar 2016
- They get eliminated if they lose at least one of their two remaining games.
- If they win both their remaining matches by huge margins and South Africa beat West Indies, England beat Sri Lanka and Sri Lanka beat South Africa, there will be a five-way tie and net run rate will be the decider. Their net run rate of -1.248 doesnt inspire much confidence.
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