Australia (Points 2; NRR +0.108)
Australia came in as one of the favorites of the tournament but after two matches their old problem on turning tracks seems to have resurfaced. They have two sub-continent teams to play – India and Pakistan so there is a lot to accomplish for the Kangaroos.
Australia vs. Pakistan, Mohali- 25 March 2016
Australia vs. India, Mohali- 27 March 2016
- If they win both their matches, they qualify.
- If they beat Pakistan and lose to India, they will get eliminated if India beats Bangladesh. Else they will end in a tie with India or both India and Bangladesh depending upon the result of New Zealand – Bangladesh game.
- If they lose to Pakistan and beat India, they will end in a two-way tie with Pakistan or three-way tie with Pakistan and India/ Bangladesh depending upon the results of India – Bangladesh and New Zealand – Bangladesh matches.
- If they lose both matches, they stand eliminated.
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