T20 World Cup Group Stage points table: Sri Lanka, Namibia, Scotland and Bangladesh seal Super 12 spots

T20 World Cup Group Stage points table: Namibia, Scotland have qualified to Group 2 of the Super 12s, while Bangladesh and Sri Lanka joined Group 1.

Former South Africa star David Wiese has played a crucial role in Namibia's fortunes at the T20 World Cup.   -  REUTERS

The T20 World Cup Group Stages involving eight teams in two groups got underway on October 17 in the UAE.

Former champion Sri Lanka topped Group A with three wins. Namibia finished second in the group with wins over Ireland and Netherlands.  On the other hand, Scotland topped Group B with six points. Bangladesh finished second with wins over co-host Oman and Papua New Guinea.

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Bangladesh and Sri Lanka moved to Group 1 of the Super 12 stage alongside England, South Africa, West Indies and Australia. Scotland and Namibia will feature in Group 2 that comprises India, Pakistan, New Zealand and Afghanistan.

The Super12 stage will begins in the UAE on October 23.

Here's a look at the Group Stage points table standings

Group A

TeamsPWLNRPointsNRR
Sri Lanka (Q)33006+3.754
Namibia (Q)32104-0.523
Ireland31202-0.853
Netherlands30300-2.460


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Group B

TeamsPWLNRPointsNRR
Scotland (Q)33006+0.775
Bangladesh (Q)32104+1.733
Oman31202-0.025
Papua New Guinea30300-2.655

 

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