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ICC Cricket World Cup 2023: Points Table and Analysis

Check out the latest points table and analysis of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 in India. Find out which teams are leading, trailing and competing for the semi-finals.

icc world cup points table 2023

The ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 is underway in India, with 10 teams competing for the coveted trophy. The tournament is being played in a round-robin format, where each team plays nine matches against the other nine teams. The top four teams at the end of the league stage will qualify for the semi-finals, followed by the final on November 26.

India Tops the Table with Three Wins

As of October 15, 2023, India is leading the points table with three wins out of three matches. They have defeated South Africa, Netherlands and Pakistan convincingly, with captain Rohit Sharma scoring a brilliant 86 against Pakistan in Ahmedabad. India has a net run rate (NRR) of +1.821, which is the difference between the average runs per over scored by them and the average runs per over scored against them.

New Zealand Follows Closely with Three Wins

New Zealand is at the second spot with three wins out of three matches as well. They have beaten Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and England, with opener Devon Conway scoring 229 runs in the tournament so far. New Zealand has a NRR of +1.604, which is slightly lower than India’s.

South Africa and Pakistan Complete the Top Four

South Africa is at the third position with two wins out of two matches. They have defeated Australia and Bangladesh, with wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock scoring 209 runs in two innings. South Africa has a NRR of +2.360, which is the highest among all the teams.

Pakistan is at the fourth place with two wins and one loss out of three matches. They have beaten Bangladesh and Australia, but lost to India by seven wickets. Pakistan has a NRR of -0.137, which is the only negative NRR among the top four teams.

England, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Netherlands, Australia and Afghanistan Trail Behind

England is at the fifth spot with one win and one loss out of two matches. They have defeated Afghanistan, but lost to New Zealand by five wickets. England has a NRR of +0.553, which is better than Pakistan’s.

Bangladesh is at the sixth position with one win and two losses out of three matches. They have beaten Afghanistan, but lost to Pakistan and South Africa. Bangladesh has a NRR of -0.699, which is worse than England’s.

Sri Lanka is at the seventh place with no wins and two losses out of two matches. They have lost to New Zealand and Netherlands. Sri Lanka has a NRR of -1.161, which is lower than Bangladesh’s.

Netherlands is at the eighth spot with no wins and two losses out of two matches. They have lost to India and Sri Lanka. Netherlands has a NRR of -1.800, which is lower than Sri Lanka’s.

Australia is at the ninth position with no wins and two losses out of two matches. They have lost to South Africa and Pakistan. Australia has a NRR of -1.846, which is lower than Netherlands’.

Afghanistan is at the bottom of the table with no wins and two losses out of two matches. They have lost to England and Bangladesh. Afghanistan has a NRR of -1.907, which is the lowest among all the teams.

Points Table as of October 15, 2023

TeamMatchesWinsLossesPointsNRR
India3306+1.821
New Zealand3306+1.604
South Africa2204+2.360
Pakistan3214-0.137
England2112+0.553
Bangladesh3122-0.699
Sri Lanka2020-1.161
Netherlands2020-1.800
Australia2020-1.846
Afghanistan2020-1.907

 

The points table can change drastically as the tournament progresses, as each team still has six more matches to play. The teams will be aiming to improve their performances and secure their spots in the semi-finals. The fans can expect some thrilling contests and high-quality cricket in the coming days.

 

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