ICC WTC Points Table (Updated) after England vs New Zealand test series
ICC WTC Points Table (Updated) after England vs New Zealand test series.

ICC WTC Points Table (Updated) and India’s Qualification Scenario for WTC final 2021-23: Two matches of the Border Gavaskar trophy have been played till now, and the hosts won both with commanding positions all over. Visitors Australia were already lacking in the batting sector and now with their skipper ruled out of the third test, the bowling too looks fragile. In this article, we will glance at the WTC points table and India’s qualification scenario for the WTC final.

India closing in on the number-one position yet another time and this demonstrates the dominance of India in the world of Red ball cricket. India are one win away from cementing their place in the WTC final. India will be qualifying for the consecutive second time.

India won the first test within 3 days by an inning and 132 runs in Nagpur and won the second test under 3 days by 6 wickets. Ravindra Jadeja blew the Australian side in his wind in both matches when he took two 5-wicket hauls in two test matches.

ICC WTC Points Table

3SRI LANKA53.336454150
4SOUTH AFRICA48.727666150
6WEST INDIES40.91544525-2
8NEW ZEALAND27.273626350

India’s WTC final qualification scenario

The Indians will feel a small sense of comfort as they seek just one more win to secure a spot in the ICC WTC 2021–23 Final, which will take place from June 7–11 at The Oval in London. India will top the WTC points table with 147 points total and a 67.43 win% if it sweeps Australia in the current four-match test series between India and Australia.

On the other hand, Australia is in dire need of a win or a tie in one of the final two matches in the Border Gavaskar trophy to eliminate Sri Lanka from the competition. Sri Lanka will have a chance to squeak in and win a spot in the ICC WTC 2021–23 Final if Australia fails to secure a draw or victory in the next two tests.

India, in the best-case scenario, could reach 67.43 win% if they unilaterally win the series and could end up at 60.6 win% if lose both next tests.

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