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Nothing matches Pakistan-India rivalry, says Australian great Hayden

  • Hayden is serving a short stint as Pakistan's batting consultant

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DUBAI: Former Australian opener Matthew Hayden admitted hostile cricket rivalry between Pakistan and India is unmatched and will test the two teams when they play a high voltage game in the Twenty20 World Cup in Dubai on Sunday.

Hayden is serving a short stint as Pakistan's batting consultant and transferring his vast experience on how to tackle pressure in as intense a rivalry as the Ashes between Australia and England.

"For Australia, England is their old guard as they would say, as at various stages we have been ruled by the Kingdom of the UK and cricket wouldn't be on our shores if it hadn't been the case," Hayden told a virtual media conference.

"But nothing also, that I have ever seen throughout various elements of the game that I have been part of, ever matches the rivalry between India and Pakistan."
 

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Mahmudullah, Shakib help Bangladesh to 181-7 against PNG

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MUSCAT: Attacking knocks from skipper Mahmudullah Riyad and Shakib Al Hasan helped Bangladesh to 181 for seven against Papua New Guinea in a key Twenty20 World Cup clash on Thursday.

Shakib smashed 46 and Mahmudullah hit 50 off 28 balls in Muscat after Bangladesh elected to bat first in their bid to enter the Super 12 stage.

Afif Hossain's quickfire 21 and an unbeaten 19 off 6 balls from Mohammad Saifuddin, who finished the innings with two sixes and a four, fired Bangladesh to the highest total of the tournament so far.

They lost Mohammad Naim for nought on the second ball of the innings and the wickets of Liton Das, for 29, and Mushfiqur Rahim, for five, as they slipped to 72-3.

The left-handed Shakib, who starred with bat and ball in the team's previous win over Oman, hit back in baking hot conditions with three sixes in his 47-ball knock.

But an attempted fourth big hit got him caught at long-on off skipper Assad Vala, who returned figures of 2-26 with his off-spin bowling.

Mahmudullah kept up the charge and raced to his 50 with three six and three fours in 27 balls.

He then departed in controversial circumstances as he was caught by Chad Soper at deep square leg off what appeared to be a waist-high no ball from Damien Ravu.

Third umpire Chris Gaffaney initially gave the Bangladesh captain not out before changing his decision on the big screen.

Bangladesh will go through to the next round if they win and Scotland beat Oman in the day's second match. A loss, though, would then bring it down to net rate.
 

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Not just cricket

October 21, 2021


THE qualifying round might have already started but the first major cricket tournament since the pandemic struck begins in earnest this weekend with the Super-12 round of the Twenty20 World Cup.

Pushed back a year due to Covid-19 and being held in the Middle East instead of India as originally planned, the tournament will be the first of two World Cups of the shortest format of the game in two years. It effectively means that the champions of this edition will have the shortest reign — just a year before they begin their title defence in Australia, which was due to host the 2020 edition. Compare that to defending champions West Indies who won in 2016.

They will meet England in their opener on Saturday. But arguably the biggest game of the Super-12 will come a day later when arch-rivals Pakistan and India clash in Dubai.

Pakistan’s preparations for the World Cup were hit by both New Zealand and England cancelling their tours to the country. But despite a bumpy ride including several changes made to the original World Cup squad, there are signs that the team is rising to the occasion.

A thumping win in a warm-up against a similarly mercurial West Indies signals hope for the match against India. Indian captain Virat Kohli has tried his best to downplay the significance of the game. But there is a lot riding on it especially given the political tensions between Pakistan and India. In fact, several Indian ministers have called for the match to be cancelled.

India-Pakistan matches have been restricted to international tournaments with the two countries not having played a bilateral series since 2013. The last two games were evenly divided with Pakistan winning the Champions Trophy final in 2017 and India later maintaining their record of not losing to their rivals in a World Cup match in 2019.

The hype surrounding the contest — sold out as soon as tickets sales opened, with stadium capacity restricted to 70pc — has overshadowed the other games, as well as other teams. England, the ODI world champions, and New Zealand, the world’s Test champions, head into the tournament as minor favourites in a format where any team can win on its day.

Pakistan have been urged to avenge the heartache caused by the two sides cancelling their long-awaited tours on the pitch and they will have a chance to do that against New Zealand first when they face them in a group game in the Super-12 stage. A match against England, bracketed with the other group, can only come at the finals stage. To get that far though, Pakistan will have to negotiate a tough group — which also comprises Afghanistan and two qualifiers — one of which could be Bangladesh. And a win against India on Sunday could help them set an early marker during the tournament.

Published in Dawn, October 21st, 2021
 

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Scotland 123 for 2 (Coetzer 41, Berrington 31*) beat Oman 122 (Ilyas 37, Maqsood 34, Davey 3-25, Leask 2-13) by eight wickets

Qualifying heartbreaks have been a recurring theme for Scotland at big events in the recent past. It happened at the 2016 T20 World Cup, it happened at the 2019 World Cup Qualifiers. But they turned it around in style on Thursday, not allowing a similar theme to recur at the 2021 T20 World Cup.

They have now won three in three to make it to the Super 12s in the most emphatic fashion by beating Oman, whose off day with the bat made this a one-way traffic. Scotland now top Group B, and are bunched alongside India, Pakistan, New Zealand, Afghanistan and one of Namibia or Ireland in the next round.

Scotland strike early


Pressure can do strange things. Jatinder Singh, who smashed the ball with abandon in the first two games to make 73* and 40, was run out trying to steal a single to mid-on, off the second ball of the match. Once Aqib Ilyas, his opening partner, turned his back on him, Jatinder had nowhere to go. In the second over, Safyaan Sharif benefited from hitting the hard length as Kashyap Prajapati was rushed into a pull he was in no position to play as he skewed a simple catch to mid-off. At 13 for 2 in the third over, it was a nightmare of a start for Oman.

Ilyas counters before holing out


Trying to make amends for the run-out gaffe, Ilyas began by flicking Brad Wheal over fine leg off the fifth ball of the match and continued to take the attack to the other bowlers. He picked boundaries off the pads and straight down the ground, accounting for 29 of Oman's 37 runs in the powerplay. It wasn't all blemish free for Scotland, though. First, Chris Greaves overran the ball to concede a boundary to a slog sweep in the ninth over off Ilyas. Two balls later, Wheal mistimed his jump at short fine leg to reprieve Ilyas on 36. But even before Scotland began to wonder if it had cost them, Ilyas would pick out long-off to give Michael Leask a wicket off his third delivery, in the 10th over.

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We must chase against India otherwise no chance. India will chase even 250 in Dubai. Batting paradise pitches. Our Bowlers aren't good enough to take wickets. Useless shaheen shah and Vice captain(shadab) lol, has no place in the squad but still playing. Muhmammad nawaz, another big parchi player. No chance if batting first for Pakistan. No amir. Useless bowlers.
 

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Kohli is not nervous ahead of India-Pakistan T20 World Cup match

India and Pakistan lock horns Sunday in the T20 World Cup


October 21, 2021



Indian skipper Virat Kohli during a press conference. Photo: AFP


Indian skipper Virat Kohli during a press conference. Photo: AFP

Indian skipper Virat Kohli has said that he is not nervous ahead of India's blockbuster clash against Pakistan, scheduled to be held this Sunday in Dubai.

Cricket legends from both sides of the border, analysts and pundits have always said that whichever side absorbs pressure better during an India-Pakistan match, ends up winning it.

Indian skipper Kohli took to Twitter to state he is not nervous heading into India's opening match against Pakistan.

In a tweet promoting the Indian clothing brand Wrogn, Kohli tweeted:
"People: Big match on Sunday. You're nervous, right?
Me:"


The Indian captain used the name of the brand, wrogn, as if he was saying "wrong" and social media users were quick to notice.

'Just another game of cricket' for Kohli

A few days earlier, the Indian skipper remained unmoved by all the hype surrounding the India-Pakistan World Cup clash.

"I have always approached this game as just another game of cricket," he said.

Commenting on the expensive tickets for the match, the Indian skipper acknowledged that the hype created for this particular match was a massive one.

The Babar Azam-led Pakistan squad beat West Indies by seven wickets through an all-out team effort in their warm-up match for the ICC T20 World Cup in Dubai on Monday.

However, Pakistan lost to South Africa Wednesday in a match that went down to the last ball. Pakistani openers Rizwan and skipper Babar Azam both failed to score impressively in the match.

However, Fakhar Zaman and Asif Ali pitched in with valuable contributions.


India, on the other hand, have won both their warm-up matches against England and Australia, convincingly.
 

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A look at the first meetings of Pak vs India cricket rivalry

Five years after the partition, India and Pakistan met for the first time to play a Test match in New Delhi in October 1952.

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India and Pakistan clash at the T20 World Cup in Dubai on Sunday in the latest instalment of one of cricket's biggest rivalries.

AFP Sport looks at the first meetings of the two nations in the sport's three formats:



First Test — October 16-18, 1952

Five years after the Partition, India and Pakistan met for the first time.

Pakistan were actually playing their maiden Test match when they took to the field at New Delhi's Feroz Shah Kotla ground.


A glimpse of the second Test between Pakistan and India on Oct 26, 1952, in Lucknow which the former won by an innings and 43 runs. — Picture courtesy: Twitter/ICC


A glimpse of the second Test between Pakistan and India on Oct 26, 1952, in Lucknow which the former won by an innings and 43 runs. — Picture courtesy: Twitter/ICC

In their ranks were Abdul Kardar and Amir Elahi who had both played Test cricket for India.
India won the toss, batted and piled up 372 with Hemu Adhikari top-scoring with 81 and last man Ghulam Ahmed hitting 50 in a 10th wicket partnership of 109.

In reply, legendary opener and skipper Hanif Mohammad made 51 before Pakistan collapsed from 64-1 to 150 all out with slow left-arm orthodox Vinoo Mankad famously taking 8-52.

Mankad then picked up 5-79 as Pakistan, following on, were dismissed for 152 handing India victory by an innings and 70 runs.



First ODI — October 1, 1978

After Pakistan had won the Test series 2-0, the teams met for a three-game ODI series, the first between the two nations.

The opener was held in Quetta as India, who gave Kapil Dev his debut, made 170-7 in 40 overs with Mohinder Armanath top-scoring 51.


India’s batting mainstays Sunny Gavasakar and G. Vishwanath at a stadium during the 1978 Pak-India ODI series in Pakistan. — Dawn/File



India’s batting mainstays Sunny Gavasakar and G. Vishwanath at a stadium during the 1978 Pak-India ODI series in Pakistan. — Dawn/File

Pakistan were comfortable at 82-1 at one stage before slipping to 166-8 to lose by just four runs. Majid Khan stroked a half-century.

Pakistan then levelled the series with an eight-wicket win at Sialkot before the third game in Sahiwal ended in controversy.

In sight of victory, India skipper Bishan Bedi was furious that Sarfraz Nawaz bowled four successive bouncers which were not called wide.

In protest, Bedi conceded the match.



First T20I — September 14, 2007

The rivals met in a T20 International for the first time at the 2007 World Cup in Durban.

The group match ended in a tie after both sides made 141 which meant a 'bowl-out' was used to decide the winner.


India celebrates after Pakistan misses its three attempts at the stumps in a bowl-out. — AFP/File


India celebrates after Pakistan misses its three attempts at the stumps in a bowl-out. — AFP/File

Mohammad Asif had taken 4-18 and Pakistan, who had already made sure of their place in the next round, looked set to win the match but Misbah-ul-Haq (53) was run out off the last ball.

In the bowl-out, Virender Sehwag, Harbhajan Singh and Robin Uthappa all hit the stumps but Pakistan's Yasir Arafat, Umar Gul and Shahid Afridi missed.

The two sides were to meet also in the final at Johannesburg with India claiming a five-run win. Meanwhile, Pakistan went to claim the 2009 title.
 

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Pakistan look to break World Cup jinx against India

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DUBAI: Babar Azam's Pakistan will look to end their losing streak against India at the Twenty20 World Cup when the two rivals begin their title race in a Sunday blockbuster.
India have beaten Pakistan in all of their 12 matches at the T20 and 50-over World Cups.

However, Pakistan come into the Super 12s contest with 10 wins in a row in the United Arab Emirates and former Pakistan all-rounder Mudassar Nazar believes the team has struck the right balance to challenge Virat Kohli's India.

"A week ago I had apprehensions about the team but now they have made certain changes and they look a decent, well-balanced side now," Nazar told AFP.

"Pakistan stand a very good chance as they have experienced players who have played a lot against India. India start as favourites and they have all the areas covered but in T20 anybody could beat anybody on their day."


Azam, who is in top form with two T20 centuries this year, believes his team can break the World Cup jinx.
"Definitely we have played a lot of cricket in the UAE," Babar said when asked about his team's dismal 0-5 record against India in T20 World Cup clashes.

"These conditions suit us and we know how to play here. We need to keep things simple in all the departments."

The two teams last met in the 2019 ODI World Cup in England as India only plays Pakistan in multi-nation events after cutting off bilateral cricket ties with their neighbours.

India last hosted their neighbours in a bilateral series in 2013 during a brief thaw in their rivalry.


Boycott v ticket sales

There have been protests in India with calls to boycott the match.

But fans from both the nations have shown immense interest in watching Sunday's game in Dubai as tickets for the key contest were sold out hours after they went on sale early this month.

Kohli, though, has downplayed the hype around the encounter, saying "it's just another game" of cricket.
"I have always approached this game as just another game of cricket. I know there is a lot of hype created around this game more so with ticket sales and the demands for tickets," said Kohli.

"Yes, the environment, you can say, is different. From the fans' point of view, it is definitely louder. From the players' point of view, we stay as professional as we can."

India's two-time World Cup-winning skipper M.S. Dhoni is with the team as mentor and Kohli said the icon's presence in the dressing room will further "boost" their morale.

Dhoni led India to the inaugural T20 World Cup crown in 2007, beating Pakistan in the final, and hold a 7-1 advantage in the shortest format.

Pakistan's only win came in a bilateral series which ended 1-1.

India head into the contest with two big wins against England and Australia in their warm-up matches with openers KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma scoring big runs.

Pakistan will depend on the experience of Mohammad Hafeez and Shoaib Malik while Babar, Mohammad Rizwan and Fakhar Zaman hold the key at the top of the order.

The bowling, led by Shaheen Shah Afridi and Hasan Ali, looks potent to trouble any opposition in the Super 12 stage.
 

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Wiese, Erasmus the heroes as Namibia qualify for the Super 12s

The eight-wicket win over Ireland also guaranteed them a spot in next year's T20 World Cup


Namibia brush off Irish challenge to make history, qualify for Super 12s

Namibia brush off Irish challenge to make history (5:13)

Namibia 126 for 2 (Erasmus 53*, Wiese 28*, Campher 2-14) beat Ireland 125 for 8 (Stirling 38, O'Brien 25, Frylinck 3-21) by eight wickets
Gerhard Erasmus' anchoring half-century and David Wiese's whirlwind 28* off 14 balls steered Namibia into the Super 12s of the 2021 T20 World Cup. This eight-wicket win over Ireland also meant Namibia have booked their spot in next year's edition as well, which will be played in Australia.

Sign up for ESPN+ in the US and catch all the action from the Men's T20 World Cup. Match highlights of Namibia's historic victory is available here in English, and here in Hindi (US only).

Batting first in a virtual knockout, Paul Stirling and Kevin O'Brien laid the foundation by adding 62 in 7.2 overs but the incoming batters failed to capitalise on that. Ireland were 55 for 0 at the end of the powerplay but could score only 70 in the next 14 overs. Apart from their top three, no one else reached the double figures.

Given the sluggish nature of the Sharjah pitch, a target of 126 wasn't an easy one, especially with Namibia playing a batter short. They could manage only 27 for 1 in the powerplay, and needed 49 off 36 balls at one point. Wiese then smashed back-to-back sixes off Craig Young in the 15th over to bring the asking rate down.

With 19 required off 17 balls, Erasmus, who had hit only two fours in his first 44 balls, skipped down the track to Simi Singh and launched him for a straight six. That all but sealed the game for Namibia. When Wiese hit the winning boundary, there were still nine balls left in the game.

Stirling, O'Brien give Ireland brisk start

It took Stirling and O'Brien a couple of overs to get used to the pace and bounce of the pitch but once they did that, boundaries came frequently. Stirling was the more aggressive of the two but he gained better rewards when he focused on timing and placement than power.

In the third over of the innings, he punched JJ Smit over long-on for a six before hitting three fours off left-arm spinner Bernard Scholtz in the next over.

O'Brien, who was 9 off 12 balls at one stage, took a leaf out of Stirling's book and struck two fours off Jan Frylinck in the sixth over to bring up the fifty stand. Stirling and O'Brien now have 13 stands of 50 or more in T20Is, the most by any pair.

Scholtz eventually ended the opening stand when Stirling holed out to long-on for a 24-ball 38. In the next over, O'Brien (25 off 24) picked out deep square leg off Frylinck to leave the side 67 for 2.


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The Sharjah slowdown

As was the case during IPL 2021, scoring runs became difficult once the ball softened and the field spread out. The first six overs of Ireland's innings featured seven fours and a six; the next six had just one four.

Andy Balbirnie struggled for timing on a slowing track. He was on 5 when Aleem Dar denied an lbw appeal off Pikky Ya France. Namibia chose not to review it but replays showed Balbirnie was lucky to survive.

The reprieve, however, didn't hurt Namibia much. Their seamers kept peppering the good length in the line of the stumps and kept the Ireland batters quiet.

Wiese put Gareth Delany out of his misery by castling him with a slower ball in the 15th over. Two overs later, Frylinck dismissed Balbirnie and Curtis Campher to jolt Ireland further as the innings petered out.

Ireland win the powerplay battle

In IPL 2021, nine out of ten games in Sharjah were won by the team that scored more runs in the powerplay. That should have been extra incentive for Namibia to go hard in the first six overs. But even with the Ireland seamers missing their lines and lengths every now and then, Craig Williams and Zane Green failed to take advantage of the field restrictions.



When Campher started the sixth over, Namibia were 25 for 0. The first ball of the over was right in the slot for Williams, who tried to go over mid-on but couldn't get the desired elevation. O'Brien, right at the edge of the circle, timed his jump to perfection to hold on to an overhead catch. Namibia ended the powerplay with just 27 on the board, 28 fewer than what Ireland had managed.



No luck for the Irish
It was all going according to plan for Ireland. But a couple of incidents in the seventh over, bowled by Mark Adair, proved to be decisive in the end. With his third ball, Adair pinged Erasmus on the pads but umpire Chris Brown ignored the lbw appeal. Ireland chose not to review it but replays showed Erasmus was out. The Namibia captain was on 2 at that time.



After the ball, Adair looked in discomfort with what looked like a side strain. He could bowl only one more delivery in the over before walking off the field. His absence would come to haunt Ireland in the death overs.

In the 15th over, with Erasmus on 32, Young breached his defence and the ball brushed the off stump on its way to the wicketkeeper. But the bails didn't come off.

Erasmus, Wiese take Namibia into Super 12s

Green and Erasmus kept chipping at the target with ones and twos. In fact, Namibia didn't score a single boundary between overs 8 and 12. With the required rate crossing eight, Erasmus ended the drought with two fours off Josh Little in the 13th over.

In the next over, Campher and O'Brien combined once again to send Green back, and that brought Wiese to the crease, with Namibia needing 53 off 40 balls.

While Erasmus held one end, Wiese took the attack to the bowlers and turned the game in Namibia's favour. With Adair still off the field, Balbirnie had to use Simi in the 18th over, which produced 12 runs. With nine needed from 12 balls, Erasmus lofted Young over extra cover to bring up his half-century off 48 balls. Two balls later, Wiese wrapped up the game.
 

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Lahiru Kumara and spinners combine as ruthless Sri Lanka thump clueless Netherlands

Wanindu Hasaranga and Maheesh Theekshana shared five wickets, as Netherlands folded for the second-lowest total in T20 World Cups

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Wanindu Hasaranga had the Netherlands batters tied up in knots ICC via Getty

This was the first dead rubber of the World Cup, and aptly enough, Sri Lanka were ruthless with their execution. Seven years after they had skittled Netherlands out for 39, the lowest T20 World Cup total, Sri Lanka condemned the same opposition to the second-lowest total too, running through them for 44 in ten overs.

The chase was more batting practice than anything else, and the top order, which had misfired until now in the tournament, for the first time faced no pressure whatsoever. Even so, Pathum Nissanka and Charith Asalanka fell cheaply, as Sri Lanka still finished the game off in just over seven overs, giving their own confidence a nice fillip ahead of the Super 12s round, they could barely have wished for a smoother evening's work.

You can watch highlights of Sri Lanka's win over Netherlands in English and in Hindi.

Netherlands collapse

There was little of substance to play for as far as Netherlands were concerned, and the moment Dasun Shanaka put them in to bat, Sri Lanka looked like they meant business. Off the fourth ball, when Max O'Dowd set off for a risky single, the captain effected a direct hit at the non-striker's end to send the top-scoring Netherlands batter at the competition back cheaply. From thereon, it was a procession led by carrom-bowling revelation Maheesh Theekshana and legspinner Wanindu Hasaranga.

Theekshana sent Ben Cooper and Stephan Myburgh back to the pavilion after rattling their middle stumps with carrom balls neither could read, while Hasaranga honed in on the pads with wrong'uns that appeared impossible for the opposition to pick. Colin Ackermann, Bas de Leede and Pieter Seelaar all failed to get their pads out of the way of the googly, and by the time a remarkable powerplay concluded, Netherlands were reduced to 37 for 6.

As if that wasn't destructive enough, Sri Lanka brought back Dushmantha Chameera and Lahiru Kumara for the lower order to face deliveries regularly north of 145kph. One struck Scott Edwards on the head that brought the physio out for a concussion test, before Kumara put him out of his misery by pitching one up into his pads. It began an over that saw him remove the final three Netherlands batters inside six balls to put paid to the innings inside ten overs, and set his batters up with a canter of a chase.

Sri Lanka stroll

Ideally, Sri Lanka would have wished to see the top order run this down without the loss of a wicket to assuage concerns about an underperforming top order. However, Nissanka holed out at mid-off for a duck, while Asalanka couldn't take advantage of his opportunity at No. 3. But Sri Lanka were in little hurry to force the issue, running the target down at a canter.

Kusal Perera had time enough for a cameo that should help his confidence deeper into the tournament, an unbeaten 33 off 24 balls offering a glimpse of his belligerence in the top order. Avishka Fernando knocked off the winning runs, but for Sri Lanka today, it was all about the bowling.
 

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FIRST ROUND GROUP A

TEAMSMWLN/RPTNRRFORAGAINST
1
SL
330063.754316/40.4241/60.0
2
NAM
32104-0.523388/57.3389/53.3
3
IRE
31202-0.853333/55.1403/58.3
4
NL
30300-2.460314/60.0318/41.2


FIRST ROUND GROUP B

TEAMSMWLN/RPTNRRFORAGAINST
1
SCOT
330060.775428/57.0404/60.0
2
BAN
321041.733468/60.0364/60.0
3
OMAN
31202-0.025380/53.4405/57.0
4
PNG
30300-2.655374/60.0477/53.4


GROUP 1

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GROUP 2

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Standings are updated with the completion of each game


M:The number of matches played.
W:The number of matches won.
L:The number of matches lost.
N/R:The number of matches abandoned.
PT:Number of points awarded.
NRR:Net Run Rate.
 

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