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Originally Posted by Zunaid
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 = 15.95 = (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.