The Cricket World Cup will be a massive event in October 2023, where the Indian team will be within the host nation. The competition will begin on 5 October and will conclude on 19 November 2023. India won the right to host the Cricket World Cup at the end of 2019. Officials also met at the ICC headquarters in Dubai to select the host nation. We remind you that pinupbetting-india.in accepts betting on the 2023 Men’s Cricket World Cup, and you can easily open a personal account, after which you bet in INR with a bookmaker who will have many different offers.
Sports tournaments come in different formats. In our case, there will be 10 teams participating, and it will follow the same format as the 2019 tournament, with a group stage followed by playoffs. All 10 teams will face each other once in this stage.
The top 4 teams at the end of the group stage will advance to the semi-finals. The winners of the two subsequent semi-finals will face each other in the final, where a champion will be decided.
India’s Path to the 2023 World Cup
The Indian team has earned the right to play in the 2023 World Cup by virtue of being the host nation of the competition.
The top 8 of the 13 ICC Super League teams automatically qualified for the World Cup, namely Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, and England.
Two teams – Sri Lanka and the Netherlands – qualified through the 2023 Cricket World Cup qualifiers. It should be noted that the West Indies, who failed to qualify, will not take part in the 2023 World Cup.
At the end of the selection process, New Zealand had the biggest number of points in the standings with 175: 16 wins, 5 losses, and 3 matches without a result. An impressive performance by the national team.
The host of the last World Cup 2019, the England team scored 155 points and finished second with 15 wins, 8 defeats, and 1 match without a result.
Bangladesh scored an equal number of points with England (155), but at the expense of NRR, the score was below the team from Foggy Albion and ranked third.
India, although they are the hosts of the tournament and automatically qualify for the 2023 World Cup, did not perform well in qualifying and finished fourth with 139 points.
Pakistan played 21 matches, won 13 times, and lost 8 times, a result that qualified them for a major international tournament.
Australia played 18 games, won 12 times, and lost 6 times. The result was 120 points and qualification for the 2023 World Cup.
Afghanistan played 15 matches: 11 wins, 3 losses, and 1 match without a result. One hundred fifteen points and seventh place, which allowed them to go further.
South Africa played 21 matches, 9 of which ended in wins and 10 others in losses. The African team also has two matches without a result.
West Indies, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Zimbabwe, and Netherlands were ranked 9 to 13, which resulted in them having to play in qualifying matches. Thus, five teams claimed two spots to seal a bid for the 2023 Cricket World Cup.
In the end, Sri Lanka and Netherlands bagged the final two spots through the qualifiers.
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