View Full Version : Can anyone tell me if Khulna or Dhaka lose, is there still any chance that they can through semi-final ?

azifbd12

February 26, 2012, 11:39 AM

Can anyone tell me please if Khulna or Dhaka both lost their next match, is there still any chance that they can go to semi-final ? If yes then do you guys know how ? I know the net run rate but I dont exactly know how does it...

playmaker

February 26, 2012, 11:59 AM

sure there is

Khulna and dhaka needs to lose by such a margin that their N.R.R decrease by 0.2.

MohammedC

February 26, 2012, 12:01 PM

If they take one hell of a beating from their opponent then CTG King may have chance

CTG King have RR +0.08 If either DG or KRB loose very badly then there is a possibility.

lamisa

February 26, 2012, 12:53 PM

fingers crossed for khulna!

Zunaid

February 26, 2012, 08:10 PM

sure there is

Khulna and dhaka needs to lose by such a margin that their N.R.R decrease by 0.2.

So how badly can they lose and still make it? Let's get our spreadsheets out and show off.

Raynman

February 26, 2012, 08:47 PM

CTG is 0.078 in 10 matches so total of .78

KHL is .277 in 9 so total of 2.493. They will have to lose by a net RR of 1.713 or 35 runs.

For DHK its 37 runs. NRR is 1.803.

if they lose in setting the target, the opponent will have to chase down in 14-16 overs

ialbd

February 26, 2012, 09:00 PM

^^^ if the numbers are correct, its very much possible tbh....

when I heard KRB or DG needs to lose 'badly' for CK to be through, I thought it has to be some almost impossible margin like a 100 run defeat or sth...

but these can very well happen as we have seen in the tournament... and I dont see why DR (would certainly want to keep the winning momentum) and SR (needs to restore more pride) wont push for it....

Raynman

February 26, 2012, 09:29 PM

^^ not impossible but their opponents have no incentive to win big either like Barisal had to do today

playmaker

February 26, 2012, 09:41 PM

Its not 100 run win

Its more like DG or KRB gets 120 in 20 overs(Not all out, just playing out the 20 overs). Then If their opponents beat them withing 15 overs..then CTG has a chance

I dont think Dhaka are in threat because there is a slime chance for rajshahi to thrash Dhaka..and they have no interest. But I think Sylhet might do it because they are in marauding mood and they dont care abt any teams..They are pretty much in the mood to take a revenge...be it a win of 50 or 100 runs

Zunaid

February 26, 2012, 10:51 PM

CTG is 0.078 in 10 matches so total of .78

KHL is .277 in 9 so total of 2.493. They will have to lose by a net RR of 1.713 or 35 runs.

For DHK its 37 runs. NRR is 1.803.

if they lose in setting the target, the opponent will have to chase down in 14-16 overs

Here's something I have been trying to grasp. Suppose KHL scores 120 in 20 overs and DHK is all out for 20 in 3 overs, DHK's nrr is still > CTG.

Is the implication then for DHK is to go gung ho, even if they are all out well before the 30 overs if their rr is high? For example better to score 100 all out in 10 overs at rr of 9 than 150 for 6 in 20 overs with rr of 7.5?

Naimul_Hd

February 27, 2012, 01:28 AM

Here's something I have been trying to grasp. Suppose KHL scores 120 in 20 overs and DHK is all out for 20 in 3 overs, DHK's nrr is still > CTG.

Is the implication then for DHK is to go gung ho, even if they are all out well before the 30 overs if their rr is high? For example better to score 100 all out in 10 overs at rr of 9 than 150 for 6 in 20 overs with rr of 7.5?

If the team bats 2nd and Loses the match within allocated overs, to calculate NRR, it always considers that the losing team played full quota of the overs. So, based on your assumption, if DHK scores 20/3 in 3 overs chasing 120 runs (suppose KHL scored 119/4, 20 overs)

DHK's NRR will be:

For => 20/20 =1

Against => 119/20 = 5.95

So, DHK's NRR = 1-5.95 = (minus) - 4.95

Scenario 2:

If both teams get out within their allocated overs, (suppose KHL bowled out at 17 overs and DHK bowed out at 16 overs) then to calculate NRR, it has to consider that both team played 20 overs.

firstlane

February 27, 2012, 01:33 AM

If the team bats 2nd and Loses the match, to calculate RR, it always considers that the losing team played full quota of the overs. So, based on your assumption, if DHK scores 20/3 in 3 overs chasing 120 runs (suppose KHL scored 119/4, 20 overs)

DHK's RR will be:

For => 20/20 =1

Against => 119/20 = 5.95

So, DHK's RR = 1-5.95 = (minus) - 4.95

are bhai apne fire ashcen? aami to ekta thread khulte jassilam apnake firiye anar jonno. jaak valoi holo. welcome back. bissed ta nishchoi onek koshter cilo.

Naimul_Hd

February 27, 2012, 01:39 AM

are bhai apne fire ashcen? aami to ekta thread khulte jassilam apnake firiye anar jonno. jaak valoi holo. welcome back. bissed ta nishchoi onek koshter cilo.

Thanks bhai.

Its always painful to be away from your friends :)

firstlane

February 27, 2012, 01:42 AM

Thanks bhai.

Its always painful to be away from your friends :)

bhai apnake chara barisal er match thread e dhukte kemon jeno oporadhi oporadhi laagto lol

Zunaid

February 27, 2012, 02:07 AM

If the team bats 2nd and Loses the match within allocated overs, to calculate NRR, it always considers that the losing team played full quota of the overs. So, based on your assumption, if DHK scores 20/3 in 3 overs chasing 120 runs (suppose KHL scored 119/4, 20 overs)

DHK's NRR will be:

For => 20/20 =1

Against => 119/20 = 5.95

So, DHK's NRR = 1-5.95 = (minus) - 4.95

Scenario 2:

If both teams get out within their allocated overs, (suppose KHL bowled out at 17 overs and DHK bowed out at 16 overs) then to calculate NRR, it has to consider that both team played 20 overs.

Thanks Rinku. It's the 20 overs part that makes sense. Otherwise ..... dhum dharakka maro ar out how...

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