Today's India-Namibia match is just a formality, both teams are out of the tournament

New Delhi: The Super 12 round of the T20 World Cup has now reached its final stage. The final match of super12 will be played between India and Namibia (India vs Namibia) on Monday. The match is now just a formality as both teams are out of the semi-finals. England and Australia from Group 1 and Pakistan and New Zealand from the second group have reached the semi-finals.

In this match, Team India will try to make some satisfactory ends to their campaign with a win. India's journey in the T20 World Cup has been disappointing. Virat Brigade was defeated by Pakistan in the first match while New Zealand defeated them in the second match. India then beat Scotland and Afghanistan, but New Zealand won all their remaining matches to advance to the semi-finals and knocked Team India out of the race.

The performance of the Indian bowlers has been extremely disappointing in this tournament. In a press conference the day before the match, bowling coach Bharat Arun, when asked about the performance of the bowlers during the World Cup, said, "I would not like to make any excuses, but the team that won the toss at the Dubai Stadium in this World Cup benefited. Because it was difficult to bowl in the second innings. We had a chance to defend in the first match, but we didn't."

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