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Cricket: World Cup standings

By AFP

November 1, 2023 09:07 PM


 

Cricket World Cup standings after Wednesday's match (played, won, lost, tied, no result, points, net run rate):

 

South Africa    7 6 1 0 0 12   2.290

India               6 6 0 0 0 12   1.405

Australia         6 4 2 0 0  8   0.970

New Zealand  7 4 3 0 0  8   0.484

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Pakistan        7 3 4 0 0  6  -0.024

Afghanistan   6 3 3 0 0  6  -0.718

Sri Lanka       6 2 4 0 0  4  -0.275

Netherlands   6 2 4 0 0  4  -1.277

Bangladesh    7 1 6 0 0  2  -1.446

England          6 1 5 0 0  2  -1.652

 

Note: Top four teams qualify for the semi-finals


AFP


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