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Latest ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table: In a historic victory at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi, Pat Cummins-led Australia thrashed Netherlands by a colossal 309 runs on October 25. The 309-run win aided Australia in overcoming the poor net run rate it had due to its shallow performance in the first few matches.

After winning the flip of the coin against Scott Edwards, Australia went on to plunder 399 runs in their innings. Southpaw David Warner scored a 93-ball 104 while Glenn Maxwell played a historic innings of 106 runs in just 44 deliveries and became the fastest batter to score a century in the ODI World Cup. He completed his 100 runs in just 40 deliveries against the Netherlands.

Meanwhile, Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne also contributed to the 399 run total with their knocks of 71 and 62 runs respectively.

The Netherlands had a very big task to manage and they required a few healthy partnerships to threaten the total posted by Australia, which they couldn’t do as they lost wickets on the trot. Opener Vikramjeet Singh was the highest run scorer for his team with a total of 25 runs while the remaining batters couldn’t even cross the 15-run mark.

Eventually, Australia dismissed the Netherlands at 90 runs in just 21 overs and registered a 309 run win, which is also the biggest win ever recorded in the history of the ICC World Cup.

Changes in ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table Standing

Latest ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table: India at NO 1, Australia at 4 | ICC World Cup 2023 Standing
Australia defeated Netherlands by 309 runs | Image: AFP/Getty Image

The big win against Netherlands helped Australia resurrect their net run-rate which had taken a deep dive following Australia’s two early losses in the tournament. As of October 25, Australia’s net run rate stands at +1.142 and are placed fourth in the ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table with three wins and two losses in five games.

The Netherlands, on the other hand, is at the bottom of the World Cup standings following their dismal show. The Dutch players have only managed to win a solitary fixture in the ongoing World Cup 2023, which was against South Africa.

The top place in the ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table Standing is held by Team India with five wins and no losses in its campaign. India remains the top side in the tournament even as we head to the next phase of it.

South Africa, with four wins and one loss, has taken up the second spot in the ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table. Their only loss came against the Netherlands at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) Stadium in Dharmshala.

New Zealand is placed in third place with the same win/loss figures as South Africa, but a way lesser net-run rate as compared to them. While New Zealand’s net run rate stands at +1.481, South Africa’s stands at a whopping +2.370, the highest in the ODI World Cup 2023.

Australia is at number 4 followed by Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, England, Bangladesh and Netherlands.

Below is the complete ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table which is updated after Australia defeated the Netherlands in Delhi.

Latest ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table

TEAMSMatWinLossTieN/RPTNRRSeries FormNext
INDIA55000101.353WWWWWvs ENG
SOUTH AFRICA5410082.370WWLWWvs PAK
NEW ZEALAND5410081.481LWWWWvs AUS
AUSTRALIA5320061.142WWWLLvs NZ
PAKISTAN523004-0.400LLLWWvs SA
AFGHANISTAN523004-0.969WLWLLvs SL
SRI LANKA413002-1.048WLLLvs ENG
ENGLAND413002-1.248LLWLvs SL
BANGLADESH514002-1.253LLLLWvs NED
NETHERLANDS514002-1.902LLWLLvs BAN
*Updated after AUS vs NED Fixure.

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