Champions Trophy: As things stand

Sportstar takes a look at the points table and the final standings...

England and Bangladesh qualified from Group A. In Group B, India and Pakistan made it to the last four.   -  Reuters

Sarfraz Ahmed produced a superb captain's innings following a top-order collapse to see Pakistan into the semifinals of the Champions Trophy with a three-wicket win over Sri Lanka at Cardiff on Monday. With the captain leading his team to the semfinals, the line-up was completed with England and Bangladesh qualifying from Group A. In Group B, India and Pakistan made it to the last four.

Sportstar takes a look at the points table and the final standings...

 

                                                     Group A
Teams   Played  won lost, tied, no result, points, net run-rate
England  3               3     0      0         0            6          +1.04 -- into semifinals
Bangladesh 3           1     1      0         1            3            0.00 -- into semifinals
Australia    3            0      1     0          2           2            -0.99 – eliminated
New Zealand 3         0      2    0           1           1            -1.05 -- eliminated

 

Results

June 1: The Oval: England bt Bangladesh by 8 wkts

June 2: Edgbaston: Australia v New Zealand, no result

June 5: The Oval: Australia v Bangladesh, no result

June 6: Cardiff: England bt New Zealand by 87 runs

June 9: Cardiff: Bangladesh bt New Zealand by 5 wkts

June 10: Edgbaston: England bt Australia by 40 runs (DLS)

 

                                                            Group B
Teams   Played  won lost, tied, no result, points, net run-rate
India     3            2       1     0          0             4          +1.37 -- into semifinals
Pakistan 3           2       1     0         0             4           -0.68 -- into semifinals
S Africa 3           1       2     0         0             2            +0.16 -- eliminated
Sri Lanka 3         1       2     0         0             2            -0.79 -- eliminated

 

Results

June 3: The Oval: South Africa bt Sri Lanka by 96 runs

June 4: Edgbaston: India bt Pakistan by 124 runs (DLS)

June 7: Edgbaston: Pakistan bt South Africa by 19 runs (DLS)

June 8: The Oval: Sri Lanka bt India by 7 wkts

June 11: The Oval: India bt South Africa by 8 wkts

June 12: Cardiff: Pakistan bt Sri Lanka by 3 wkts

 

Semifinals

June 14: England v Pakistan, Cardiff

June 15: Bangladesh v India, Edgbaston

 

Final

June 18: The Oval

 

With inputs from AFP

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