India Remain Top Of ICC World Cup Super League Table Despite Loss To New Zealand | Cricket News

Hosts India continued to prime the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League standings regardless of struggling a seven-wicket defeat in opposition to New Zealand within the opening ODI however the Black Caps climbed two spots to fourth place by advantage of that win. India are on the prime with 129 factors from 19 matches, adopted by England (125 factors from 18 video games), Australia (120 factors from 18 matches), New Zealand (120 factors from 16 video games) and Bangladesh (120 factors from 18 video games). New Zealand rose within the League standings on the again of good knocks from Tom Latham and Kane Williamson within the first ODI in opposition to India in Auckland.

The win gave New Zealand 10 CWCSL factors. At the 20-over mark within the chase, it didn’t appear to be New Zealand would pull off the chase. The Black Caps have been on the backfoot after dropping three wickets for 88.

Thereafter, the sport was completely dominated by New Zealand with Latham main the cost with a fiery 104-ball 145 not out -– his highest rating in ODIs.

Williamson was comfortable to play second fiddle with a affected person 98-ball 94 not out.

The fourth-wicket stand value unbeaten 221 runs helped New Zealand pull off their second-highest chase in opposition to India in ODIs.

Each group earns 10 factors for a win, 5 for a tie/no outcome/deserted match, and 0 for a loss.

The prime eight groups will get a direct entry to the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 to be held in India.

The remaining groups should play within the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier together with 5 Associate groups.

Two groups from the qualifying match will then progress to the World Cup. India routinely certified as being match hosts.

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