T20 World Cup permutations: What England, India, Australia and others need to reach Super 8s

Remaining fixtures (all times BST): South Africa v Bangladesh (10 June, 15:30), Sri Lanka v Nepal (12 June, 00:30), Bangladesh v Netherlands (13 June, 15:30), South Africa v Nepal (15 June 00:30), Bangladesh v Nepal (17 June, 00:30), Sri Lanka v Netherlands (17 June, 01:30).

South Africa are all but certain of a place in the next round if they beat Bangladesh on Monday, barring an unlikely set of results elsewhere.

If Bangladesh win, the Tigers will be certain of qualification if victorious in their remaining two games.

The Netherlands need at least one win from their remaining two games and other results to go in their favour to have a chance. Their game against Bangladesh may decide who progresses.

Nepal likely need to win at least two of their remaining games to have a chance of progression, with three wins securing their place in the last eight.

Sri Lanka need to win both their remaining games and hope other results go their way to progress. Even then they are likely to need a net run-rate swing.

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