The International Cricket Council (ICC) on 27 July reported the dispatch of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League, which will start with the ODI arrangement among England and Ireland on 30 July. The league is the new capability pathway for teams for the men’s World Cup in 2023 in India.
Which teams will be participating?
An aggregate of 13 groups will be taking part in the competition, including 12 full individuals. The Netherlands, who qualified by winning the 2015-17 ICC World Cricket League, will be the thirteenth group.
What will be the format?
Each group plays a three-series ODI arrangement with eight of the other 12 groups. Likewise, each group will play four series at home and four away, in light of the fact that ICC needs to ensure groups play a variety of oppositions, at various venues and there is an equivalent home advantage for every team.
What is the qualification process?
It is to be noticed that the host country consequently fits the bill for the World Cup. Along these lines, India has just equipped for the 2023 World Cup. An aggregate of 8 groups will qualify. Along these lines, the opposition will be for the staying 7 spots. The groups who snatch the initial seven spots on the points table will play the World Cup 2023. While the other five groups will play in ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2023, with five Associate countries. Just two groups from the Qualifier will have the option to make it to the World Cup.
How will the points system work?
The triumphant group will get 10 focuses while five focuses will be included group’s count for a tie or no outcome or surrender. There will be no focuses for a misfortune. The alliance rankings will be chosen by the point framework. The ICC, in its announcement, said that ‘there are standards set up to isolate at least two groups on equivalent focuses’ if such a case emerges.
Are all ODI matches part of the Super League?
Actually no, not all matches are a piece of the Super League. Just those matches which are distinguished as a major aspect of it will be counted.