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T20 World Cup seeding explained: Why Australia could’ve ended 2nd, and still been in same group as India in Super 8 | Cricket News

T20 World Cup seeding explained: Why Australia could’ve ended 2nd, and still been in same group as India in Super 8 | Cricket News

T20 World Cup Super 8 explainer: The ongoing World T20 will enter its business end when only eight teams remain in the fray from Wednesday onwards, when the Super 8 stage starts.

The Super 8 stage will see the eight teams pooled in two separate groups where they will play the remaining three teams in their group one time. So each team will play three more matches against their new group-mates.

The top two teams from both the groups will determine the semi-finalists.

What are the Super 8 groups at the T20 World Cup?

In Group A, there are India, Australia, Afghanistan with Bangladesh and the Netherlands fighting for the fourth spot. In Group B, the USA are joined by England, West Indies and South Africa.

How did India and Australia find themselves in the same group at the T20 World Cup?

One of the idiosyncrasies of the ongoing T20 World Cup is that the Super 8 stage is also being…

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