The 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup began on October 5 with a match between defending champion England and 2019 losing finalist New Zealand in Ahmedabad.
The 50-over tournament features 10 teams, who will play each other once in a single round-robin group stage format. At the end of the 45 group stage matches, the top four teams on the points table will advance to the semifinals, which will be held on November 15 and 16. The final is scheduled for November 19 in Ahmedabad.
India continues to be in the second spot, behind New Zealand, with four wins in a row.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Points Table -
|Team||Played||Won||Lost||Points||Net Run Rate|
|1. New Zealand||4||4||0||8||+1.923|
|3. South Africa||4||3||1||6||+2.212|
|8. Sri Lanka||4||1||3||2||-1.048|
(Updated on October 21 after England vs South Africa)
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