England, on Saturday, became the latest team to qualify for the Champions Trophy 2025, scheduled to be held in Pakistan, after a 93-run win over Pakistan at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.
The four teams qualified for the semifinals of the 2023 World Cup — India, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand qualified for the Champions Trophy along with host Pakistan and sixth-placed Afghanistan.
Bangladesh has made the cut for the eight-team tournament in 2025 being ranked eighth in the points table with four points.
Sri Lanka and the Netherlands failed to qualify for the Champions Trophy after finishing ninth and tenth, respectively.
Champions Trophy qualified teams
|Team||Played||Won||Lost||Points||Net Run Rate|
|1. India (Q)||9||9||0||18||+2.570|
|2. South Africa (Q)||9||7||2||14||+1.261|
|4. New Zealand (Q)||9||5||4||10||+0.743|
|5. Pakistan (E)||9||4||5||8||-0.199|
|6. Afghanistan (E)||9||4||5||8||-0.336|
|7. England (E)||9||3||6||6||-0.572|
|8. Bangladesh (E)||9||2||7||4||-1.084|
|9. Sri Lanka (E)||9||2||7||4||-1.419|
|10. Netherlands (E)||9||2||7||4||-1.825|
(Updated on November 12 after India vs Netherlands)
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