Pakistan’s third position in the ICC World Cup Super League is more stable
Lahore: Pakistan’s third position in the ICC World Cup Super League has become more stable.
According to the details, the ICC Super League has the status of World Cup qualifiers, the top 7 teams will have the opportunity to directly participate in the next year’s mega event with host India, the other 5 will have to participate in the qualifying tournament.
With the victory in the third match of the ODI series against the Netherlands, Pakistan increased the number of points to 120 against Bangladesh, but it is still in the third place with a slight difference in run rate. Bangladesh (120) is on the second place, Pakistan (120) is on the third place, after the series victory against the West Indies, New Zealand came to the fourth position with 110 points, Afghanistan (100) had to go to the fifth place. India (99) sixth, West Indies (88) seventh, Australia (70) eighth, Ireland (68) ninth, Sri Lanka (62) tenth, South Africa (49) 11th, Zimbabwe (35) 12th and Netherlands (25) are at 13th place.