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ICC WTC Points Table: Australia placed second after 4-0 win, last-placed England’s hope dim in World Test Championships

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ICC WTC Points Table: Australia placed second after 4-0 win- Pat Cummins & Co have surged to 2nd in the latest ICC WTC Points Table. They now have 52 points from 5 Tests with a win percentage of 86.66. On the other hand, England’s hope has now dimmed after slipping to the bottom of the World Test Championship Points Table. Australia have emerged as the favourite to enter the final. They are currently placed below table-toppers Sri Lanka. Follow all the LIVE updates on InsideSport.IN

Note: Teams will be ranked on percentage of points won

ICC WTC Points Table: Australia placed second after 4-0 win, last-placed England’s hope dim

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Australia defeated England by 146 runs in the fifth & final Test at Hobart. The visitors go 4-0 in the test series. England got out all out for just 124 runs in response to the 271 runs target set by Australia on Day 3. Pat Cummins, Scott Boland and Chris Green shared three wickets each. England’s opening partnership of 68 runs between Rory Burns & Zak Craley emerged as the only positive. England prevented a whitewash as they survived the 4th Test at Sydney in a last-ball thriller.

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ICC WTC Points Table: Australia placed second after 4-0 win, last-placed England’s hope dim

Meanwhile, South Africa have risen to 4th in the latest rankings while India has slipped to 5th in the WTC table after India vs SA Test series. The Proteas beat India 2-1 in 3-match Test series. On the other hand, the WTC champions New Zealand, Bangladesh and West Indies are also placed in the bottom half.

ICC World Test Championship 2021-23 – Points distribution

Points available per match Percentage of points*
Win 12 100
Tie 6 50
Draw 4 33.33
Loss 0 0

 

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