Find the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League points table here. The ODI league will run from June 2020 to March 2023 and determine the teams that directly qualify for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.
India, being the hosts, qualify automatically for the event. The Super League will rank 13 teams – 12 Full Members of the ICC and the Netherlands. The Netherlands qualified for the Super League by winning the ICC World Cricket League Championship in 2017.
Here is the points table for the 2020-2022/23 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League:
The teams that finish in the top seven of the standings, excluding India, will qualify for the 2023 World Cup. This is a round-robin tournament, where each side will play 24 games: 12 at home and 12 away.
Teams will receive 10 points for a win, while games that are abandoned or end in no result will give five points to both sides. There are no points for a loss.
Each side will take on eight opponents across the competition, which means they will not face four teams. Here are the teams each side won’t meet:
Afghanistan: England, New Zealand, South Africa, West Indies
Australia: Bangladesh, Ireland, Netherlands, Sri Lanka
Bangladesh: Australia, India, Netherlands, Pakistan
England: Afghanistan, New Zealand, West Indies, Zimbabwe
India: Bangladesh, Ireland, Netherlands, Pakistan
Ireland: Australia, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
Netherlands: Australia, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka
New Zealand: Afghanistan, England, South Africa, Zimbabwe
Pakistan: Bangladesh, India, Ireland, Sri Lanka
South Africa: Afghanistan, New Zealand, West Indies, Zimbabwe
Sri Lanka: Australia, Ireland, Netherlands, Pakistan
West Indies: Afghanistan, England, South Africa, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe: England, New Zealand, South Africa, West Indies
The first series of the tournament was played between Ireland and England. England won the series 2-1.
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