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ICC WTC Points Table Updated (after NZ vs SL 1st test): India and Australia into the WTC Final! | ICC WTC 2021-23

WTC Updated (after NZ vs SL) Points Table: India and Australia into the WTC Final: Australia defeated India at the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore on Friday (March 3), cementing their slot for the World Test Championship (WTC) 2023 title match. India’s entry into the WTC final has already been secured after New Zealand’s victory against Sri Lanka in the first test.

ICC WTC Points Table Updated (after NZ vs SL 1st test): India and Australia into the WTC Final! | ICC WTC 2021-23
ICC WTC Points Table Updated (after NZ vs SL 1st test)

Sri Lanka’s aspirations of reaching the World Test Championship final were dashed after New Zealand defeated them in the first Test. New Zealand vs Sri Lanka’s 1st test turned into a real nailbiter when New Zealand needed 20 runs in 18 balls and Sri Lanka needed 5 wickets. Back-to-back falls of wickets and boundaries made things exciting at the end. Skipper Kane Williamson’s ton counted on the winning purpose finally and New Zealand upsets Sri Lanka by 2 wickets.

ICC WTC Points Table Updated (after NZ vs SL 1st test): India and Australia into the WTC Final! | ICC WTC 2021-23
NZ upsets SL and clinched a narrow victory by 2 wickets.

This defeat of Sri Lanka ensures India’s spot in the championship final. Now, India will square off against Australia in the final of the ICC World Test Championship 2021-23 starting 7 June 2023. The WTC final is set to be held at The Ovals, England at the neutral venue.

ICC WTC Points Table Updated

POSTEAMPCT (%)PTSWLDSERPEN
1AUSTRALIA68.52148113460
2INDIA60.2912310526-5
3SOUTH AFRICA55.5610086160
4SRI LANKA48.486455160
5ENGLAND46.9712410846-12
6PAKISTAN38.16446460
7WEST INDIES34.62544726-2
8NEW ZEALAND33.334836360
9BANGLADESH11.111611016

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