Originally Posted by NLBwell
This shows the silliness of the system. It was not possible for your friend's team to win if it came down to that match. If he wins, even closely, he is DQ'ed and the team loses. If he loses, the team of course loses.
The only possibility of the team winning would be to throw the match badly and hope it would be a third strike against the opponent. The opponent would be DQed and your friend's team would win.
A sorry Catch-22.
Probably a good reason that you can't see your (or your opponent's) DNTRP before a match. Yes, I would assume that no matter who won that match would have cost their team the overall win. Funny how that worked.