Women’s T20 World Cup Updated Points Table: Women’s T20 World Cup is on its first leg currently. Commenced on February 10, this edition of the World Cup is hosted by South Africa and eight matches have been played till now in the Group stage.
The highlights of the week were Australia vs New Zealand in Group 1 and India vs. Pakistan in Group 2.
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In contrast, New Zealand surprisingly executed very poorly with both the bat and the ball against Australia, and Australia won the match by a huge margin of 97 runs, which undoubtedly helped Australia’s Net Run Rate at the start of the tournament. India reigned in a nail-biting match against Pakistan and won the match by 7 wickets.
Australia topped the Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 Group-1 points table. Meg Lanning and co. upset Sri Lanka by 10 wickets on February 16 (Thursday) at St. George’s Park in Gqeberha.
Bangladesh dropped to fourth place in the standings with their second consecutive defeat with a net run rate of -0.720, but New Zealand has had the most trouble throughout the tournament. The team of Sophie Devine has lost both of its games, and with a net run rate of -4.050, it ranks last out of the 10 teams.
England stand at the top in Group-2 with two victories in 2 matches and maintain a Net Run Rate of around +2.500. India stands second on the tally with a Net Run Rate of +0.497. India have won both of their first two matches of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023.
Women’s T20 World Cup Updated Points Table
- Group 1
- Group 2
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