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  • DC has 3 games vs RCB (1) and RR (2). And also plays CSK, MI, and K11 
  • KKR plays MI twice, and K11 and SRH once, so its performance could make or break other teams 
  • K11 has some tough games coming up. Though could benefit by playing vs RCB at B'lore  
  • SRH plays RR and RCB. And would be facing off with K11, KKR, and MI 
  • CSK has one game vs RCB and then against teams trying to make it to the next stage 

 

If DC can make good use of its games vs RR and RCB, it has a great chance of qualifying!

 

 

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Indian Premier League

TEAM M W L T N/R PT NRR FOR AGAINST
1335974.png&h=50&w=50Chennai Super Kings 9 7 2 0 0 14 0.101 1249/174.2 1249/176.5
2335978.png&h=50&w=50Mumbai Indians 9 6 3 0 0 12 0.442 1570/179.0 1484/178.1
3335975.png&h=50&w=50Delhi Capitals 9 5 4 0 0 10 0.146 1441/177.4 1419/178.1
4335973.png&h=50&w=50Kings XI Punjab 9 5 4 0 0 10 -0.015 1558/178.3 1568/179.2
5628333.png&h=50&w=50Sunrisers Hyderabad 8 4 4 0 0 8 0.549 1243/154.2 1197/159.3
6335971.png&h=50&w=50Kolkata Knight Riders 8 4 4 0 0 8 0.35 1379/152.4 1353/155.5
7335977.png&h=50&w=50Rajasthan Royals 8 2 6 0 0 4 -0.589 1347/159.2 1382/152.5
8335970.png&h=50&w=50Royal Challengers Bangalore 8 1 7 0 0 2 -1.114 1221/159.2 1356/154.3
 

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50 minutes ago, zen said:

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  • 0% = In
  • >100% = Out

There is no possible way RCB qualifies with 7 wins and if other teams start losing? No mathematical chance?

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46 minutes ago, I6MTW said:

There is no possible way RCB qualifies with 7 wins and if other teams start losing? No mathematical chance?

It is possible theoretically. With 8 wins, you can qualify w/o worrying too much about NRR relatively speaking. As for 7 wins:

 

  • In 2015, 4 teams ended up with 7 wins (but a few games were NRs which gave the teams extra points)
  • In 2018, RR qualified with 7 wins iirc 
  • In 2010 and 2014, team(s) qualified with 7 wins
  • If we ignore 2015, only on 3 out of 9 occasions, teams have qualified with 7 wins 

 

In general, a team should target 16 points (equivalent to 8 wins) or greater than 14 points if NR (no result) come into play  

 

 

 

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  • 0% = In; >100%=Out (per criteria here) 
  • For some reason, if CSK does not make it to the next stage, it would have lost 6 games in a row to equal DC and RCB's record of most consecutive losses 
  • DC remaining games include 2 vs RR and 1 vs RCB 

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15 hours ago, diga said:

^Any thread on player availability??

 

Australia Depends on the schedule of ODI series in UAE (2 May 2019)
Bangladesh 15 April 2019
England (Only World Cup squad players) 25 April 2019
Ireland 25 April 2019
New Zealand Available full season
South Africa 10 May 2019
Sri Lanka 6 May 2019
West Indies Available for full season

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5 minutes ago, velu said:

 

Australia Depends on the schedule of ODI series in UAE (2 May 2019)
Bangladesh 15 April 2019
England (Only World Cup squad players) 25 April 2019
Ireland 25 April 2019
New Zealand Available full season
South Africa 10 May 2019
Sri Lanka 6 May 2019
West Indies Available for full season

AUs  will again play in uae?  Vs Pak?

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On 4/19/2019 at 9:09 PM, I6MTW said:

There is no possible way RCB qualifies with 7 wins and if other teams start losing? No mathematical chance?

Every team is still in the mix. 

If CSK & MI go on a winning spree and RCB/RR win their respective games, the RR/RCB clash will likely be the difference on who progresses. Of course a bunch of results need to go in favour of both RR & RCB, but they aren't out just yet. 

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I don't understand how MI lost twice to worst team in IPL RR??

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7 minutes ago, velu said:

@zen  both lara and mayanti are still sure that :rcb: can make it with 14 points 

real turnaround candidates 

It can if some of the other teams fail to reach 8 wins. And it is a probable scenario, as to win 8 games:

 

  • SRH have to win 75% of its games
  • K11 and KKR, a 100% 

 

Also, those competing for spots play against each other 

  • K11 plays SRH, which plays RCB 
  • K11 plays KKR 

 

The key takeaway is that these teams have to keep winning. Some teams may have a margin for 1 loss only 

 

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Cannot just upload excel info from the computer 

 

  • KKR cannot get to 8 wins
  • Now will compete with RR and RCB to try to get to 7 wins and hope for the best 

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  • K11 and SRH are on 5 wins w/ 3 games remaining. However, one game is against the other, therefore only of them can make it to 8 wins if it wins all their remaining 3 matches (which could be difficult) 
  • RCB and RR have one game vs. each other so one of them will not make it to 7 wins, assuming they win their other matches 
  • KKR can make it to 7 wins as well if it wins its remaining 3 games

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Matches remaining:

  • CSK -> DC and K11
  • DC -> RCB, CSK, and RR
  • K11 -> SRH, KKR, and CSK 
  • KKR -> MI, K11, and MI
  • MI -> KKR, SRH, and KKR
  • RCB -> DC, RR, and SRH 
  • RR -> RCB and DC
  • SRH -> K11, MI, and RCB

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25 minutes ago, zen said:
  • DC qualifies
  • RCB practically out apart from some mathematical scenario  

We need to figure out exactly what keeps RCB alive in the tournament. They do it in NFL and other professional sports in America. this will be an interesting tidbit for fans when teams are jostling for playoff spots

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1 minute ago, Real McCoy said:

We need to figure out exactly what keeps RCB alive in the tournament. They do it in NFL and other professional sports in America. this will be an interesting tidbit for fans when teams are jostling for playoff spots

At this point, a waste of time as 3 teams have 7 or more wins .... and some of the other teams are likely to reach 7 wins 

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2 minutes ago, zen said:

At this point, a waste of time as 3 teams have 7 or more wins .... and some of the other teams are likely to reach 7 wins 

We don't promote IPL in the right way. Strong teams from past season should play each other in weekends. Its rubbish to see RR or RCB play in the weekends. Also some of these technological innovations would be a good addition like the one I mentioned above.

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15 hours ago, Real McCoy said:

We don't promote IPL in the right way. Strong teams from past season should play each other in weekends. Its rubbish to see RR or RCB play in the weekends. Also some of these technological innovations would be a good addition like the one I mentioned above.

 

match between two equally rubbish teams will be even more entertaining :lol:

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1 minute ago, zen said:
  • K11 cannot reach to 8 wins. Will have to aim for 7 and hope for the best 

There is a way Punjab can qualify. Finish with 7 wins. KKR SRH, and RR must finish with 6 wins or less. Punjab will qualify directly because of 7 wins. Or win the remaining 2 wins by huge margins , and boost their NRR onto the positives. Either way is difficult.

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1 minute ago, Real McCoy said:

anyway for RR pink flamingos to enter

srh lose last game

kxip,kkr lose one game

gulabi gang win last one?

 

 

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KXIP vs KKR (elminator) loser goes home

DC vs RR - rr need to win to stay alive, hope results go their way

RCB vs SRH - srh win, they qualify with NRR, the BIG game

KXIP vs CSK - kxip need to win considering they won the first one vs KKR, hope srh lose

KKR vs MI - KKR need to win considering they won the first one vs KXIP, hope srh lose

Edited by PBN

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