CWC Super League: India remain top despite 1st ODI defeat, NewZealand jump to fourth as race to 2023 World Cup begins – Check full table

CWC Super League: India CWC Super League – Hosts India continued to top the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League standings…

CWC Super League: India CWC Super League – Hosts India continued to top the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League standings despite suffering a seven-wicket defeat against New Zealand in the opening ODI but the Black Caps climbed two spots to fourth position by virtue of that win. Follow ICC ODI Rankings 2022 updates with InsideSport.IN.

India are at the top with 129 points from 19 matches, followed by England (125 points from 18 games), Australia (120 points from 18 matches), New Zealand (120 points from 16 games) and Bangladesh (120 points from 18
games).

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CWC Super League: India remain top despite 1st ODI defeat, NewZealand jump to fourth as race to 2023 World Cup begins – Check full table

New Zealand rose in the League standings on the back of brilliant knocks from Tom Latham and Kane Williamson in the first ODI against India in Auckland. The win gave New Zealand 10 CWCSL points.

At the 20-over mark in the chase, it did not look like New Zealand would pull off the chase. The Black Caps were on the backfoot after losing three wickets for 88. Thereafter, the game was totally dominated by New Zealand with Latham leading the charge with a fiery 104-ball 145 not out -– his highest score in ODIs.

Williamson was happy to play second fiddle with a patient 98-ball 94 not out. The fourth-wicket stand worth unbeaten 221 runs helped New Zealand pull off their second-highest chase against India in ODIs.

ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League – Standings

Rank Team Matches Won Lost Tied No result Points NRR Penalty Overs
1 India (hosts) (Q) 19 13 6 0 0 129 +0.782 1
2 England 18 12 5 0 1 125 +1.219
3 Australia 18 12 6 0 0 120 +0.785
4 New Zealand 16 12 4 0 0 120 +0.731
5 Bangladesh 18 12 6 0 0 120 +0.384
6 Pakistan 18 12 6 0 0 120 +0.217
7 Afghanistan 12 10 2 0 0 100 +0.563
8 West Indies 24 9 15 0 0 88 -0.738 2
9 Ireland 21 6 13 0 2 68 -0.382 2
10 Sri Lanka 18 6 11 0 1 62 -0.031 3
11 South Africa 16 5 9 0 2 59 -0.458 1
12 Zimbabwe 21 4 16 0 1 45 -1.141
13 Netherlands 19 2 16 0 1 25 -1.163

Each team earns 10 points for a win, five for a tie/no result/abandoned match, and zero for a loss. The top eight teams will get a direct entry to the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 to be held in India.

The remaining teams will have to play in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier along with five Associate teams.
Two teams from the qualifying tournament will then progress to the World Cup. India automatically qualified as tournament hosts.

CWC Super League: India remain top despite 1st ODI defeat, NewZealand jump to fourth as race to 2023 World Cup begins – Check full table

Follow ICC ODI Rankings 2022 updates with InsideSport.IN.

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