ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 Updated Points Table: England Reach Semis, What It Means For India


Heading into the ICC Women’s World Cup contest against Bangladesh, England found themselves in a must-win situation and the defending champions had to register a victory to qualify for the semi-finals. England showed their class against Bangladesh and the side went on to win the contest by 100 runs at Basin Reserve in Wellington on Sunday. Bangladesh barely managed to lay a glove on England, and in the end, the defending champions went on to register a comfortable win. This victory has now ensured that nothing less than a victory for India against South Africa would be enough for them to qualify for the semi-finals.

England had lost their opening three games but the side went on to win four back-to-back matches to seal their last-four berth.

Here is the updated points table after New Zealand Women vs Pakistan Women match:

1. Australia (P7 W7 L0; Points 14; NRR +1.283)

2. South Africa (P6 W4 L1; Points 9; NRR +0.092)

3. England (P7 W4 L3; Points 7; NRR +0.94)

4. West Indies (P7 W3 L3, NR1; Points 7; NRR -0.89)

5. India (P6 W3 L3; Points 6; NRR +0.768)

6. New Zealand (P7 W3 L4; Points 6; NRR +0.027)

7. Bangladesh (P7 W1 L6; Points 2; NRR -0.99)

8. Pakistan (P7 W1 L6; Points 2; NRR -1.313)

In the match between England and Bangladesh, the former won the toss and opted to bat. Sophia Dunkley, batting at No.6 scored 67 runs to help England post 234/6 in the allotted 50 overs. Natalie Sciver also chipped in with a 40-run knock.


Sophie Ecclestone and Charlotte Dean then took three wickets each to bundle out Bangladesh for 134 in 48 overs.

Talking about India, the Mithali Raj-led side posted 274/7 against South Africa. India need to defend this score if they want to seal a semi-final berth. If they fail to do so, West Indies will be the fourth team to qualify for the semi-finals apart from Australia, South Africa, and England. If India restricts South Africa to 173 or below, then they will finish at the third spot in the points table.

Topics mentioned in this article


Source link

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *