## GROUP A = GROUP B

### GROUP A = GROUP B

at the beginning of the tournament people were saying that Group A is
stronger than Group B.  but look at the point table -> except for the
NRR column all other columns are identical.

rg

P.S.  only india has NRR >>>> all other teams.  do NRR also carry into
the super six round?  or there is another stupid rule which says only
the NRR against the teams going into the super six will carry forward?

it seems zimbabwe and new zealand will be out after the super six round
and the four strong teams will fight it out.

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### GROUP A = GROUP B

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> at the beginning of the tournament people were saying that Group A is
> stronger than Group B.  but look at the point table -> except for the
> NRR column all other columns are identical.

> rg

> P.S.  only india has NRR >>>> all other teams.  do NRR also carry into
> the super six round?  or there is another stupid rule which says only
> the NRR against the teams going into the super six will carry forward?

> it seems zimbabwe and new zealand will be out after the super six round
> and the four strong teams will fight it out.

Since Aus and India have to play each other and presently have 0 points it's
hard to see that they will both make the semis (unless there game is a tie
or abandoned).

Phil.

### GROUP A = GROUP B

Quote:

>at the beginning of the tournament people were saying that Group A is
>stronger than Group B.  but look at the point table -> except for the
>NRR column all other columns are identical.

>rg

>P.S.  only india has NRR >>>> all other teams.  do NRR also carry into
>the super six round?  or there is another stupid rule which says only
>the NRR against the teams going into the super six will carry forward?

Why is it stupid? If the only points you take through are the ones
scored against other qualifying teams, it would be particularly daft to
count runs scored against any other teams.

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>it seems zimbabwe and new zealand will be out after the super six round
>and the four strong teams will fight it out.

Ha ha!. The way it's looking at the moment, India will have to thrash
the pants off NZ and Pakistan to get through, or hope that Zimbabwe and
Australia/NZ lose ignominiously to everyone.

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