Virat Kohli and the launch seem to be talking in different directions. Virat Kohli has never been known to win the draw. Especially in T20, this year Sikka seems to be upset with him.
He has lost five consecutive pitches, three against England and two against Pakistan and New Zealand in the T20 World Cup. The role of the draw in this T20 World Cup can be measured by the fact that Virat Kohli was disappointed after losing the draw for the last time.
However, even if you win the toss today, you will still have to hit first. India will have to hit first in all three games. In the last two matches, India lost by hitting first, but now, even after winning the toss, India will have to choose to hit first. Otherwise, the margin of victory in the next match will be higher. Even if the opposing team hit first and India chased the target early, the net run rate would not increase as fast as India ran first and then scored.
The 8 wicket loss margin against New Zealand also means that India’s net run rate has declined, reaching the semi-finals depending on the results of other teams. A look at the equation of Afghanistan, New Zealand and India, the three teams competing for second place in the semifinals.
New Zealand: New Zealand’s net execution rate has risen to 0.765 after India chased the target by 14.3 overs. If he wins all his remaining matches, he will advance to the semi-finals. Their toughest match in their last three matches will be against Afghanistan, where defeat will only add to the difficulties for them.
Furthermore, the schedule for the next three matches is not going to be easy either – they have to play the matches of the day on three different pitches with one day off – against Scotland on November 3 in Dubai, on November 5 in Namibia. Against Afghanistan in Sharjah and on November 7 in Abu Dhabi against Afghanistan.
Afghanistan:Afghanistan made the most of their matches, playing well against Namibia and Scotland. This is the reason why its net execution rate has reached 3,097. His two remaining matches are against two great teams in the form of India and New Zealand. If they win both games, they will qualify. If they lose to India and beat New Zealand, it will go down to the execution rate. They can also benefit from their schedule: they beat Namibia in Abu Dhabi, and their last two matches will be played on this field.
India: Despite the massive defeat against New Zealand, India now has only one chance to win the remaining three matches. At the same time, he has to hope that Afghanistan and New Zealand lose at least one match. If this happens, it will come down to the net execution rate, but in that case also India is far behind at the moment.