Pakistan wins against the Netherlands, boosting their World Cup Super League ranking has taken the internet by storm. The Super League, the ICC’s new one-day international tournament, operates for two years and features high-stakes, bilateral 50-over matches. The Super League’s debut season will determine which teams compete in India’s ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup in 2023. Competing in the CWC Super League is a significant step forward for teams on the Road to 2023.
Also, it all boils down to the Super League final standings. India will host the World Cup in 2023, and the top eight teams will automatically qualify. The bottom five clubs will compete in a qualifying competition. As will the top teams from the lower levels. Consider the World Cup as a stairway down to the Super League, the CWC League 2, and the CWC Challenge League. Because every point counts, there will be no meaningless games, and all teams will play to win.
Pakistan wins against the Netherlands, boosting their World Cup Super League ranking
Ultimately, Pakistan jumped Afghanistan for third place in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League after a streak of victories against the Netherlands. Consequently, Pakistan defeated the Netherlands 2-0 in Rotterdam, with the third and final match. It was scheduled on August 20. Also, Pakistan has 110 points and a net run rate of +0.221 after 17 games in the current cycle, owing to two consecutive triumphs.
Babar Azam’s team has a record of 11 wins and 6 losses so far. England is in first place with 125 points, 120 points behind Bangladesh. And 89 points behind India in seventh place after losing four of their nine matches.
The winning team earns 10 points for a victory; for a tie, no result, or if the match is abandoned, the sides receive 5 points; and for a defeat, they receive no points. If Pakistan wins the current series 3-0 against the Netherlands, its point total will rise to 120, ensuring a spot in next year’s main event regardless of the outcome of their remaining two series against New Zealand and Afghanistan.