ODI World Cup Super League Points Table: The newly launched ICC ODI World Cup Super League will take place over 2 years of duration. A total of 13 teams are taking part in the ODI World Cup Super League competition. These are the 12 Full Member nations, along with the Netherlands.
The Netherlands earned their place as the 13th team by winning the ICC World Cricket League Championship back in 2017.
ODI World Cup Super League Points Table
In its first edition of the ODI World Cup Super League, the Super League points table will decide which teams will feature in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 in India.
Hosts India and the next top seven teams in the Super League will automatically qualify for the World Cup 2023. As a hosting nation, India will automatically qualify for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.
Q – Qualified for ICC Cricket World Cup 2023
ODI World Cup Super League Points Table Format
Men’s ODI World Cup Cup League will follow a partial round-robin format and will stretch over two years. Each participating team will play eight other opponents as four at home and four away, in a series consisting of three ODI matches.
Notably, the given team will not face all other opponents in their group, but all teams will play the same number of matches ( i.e., 12 matches at home and 12 matches away).
Men’s ODI World Cup Super League Points Format
- Win – 10 points
- No result or abandoned – 5 points
- Loss – 0 points
If a match is abandoned and the pitch or outfield is declared unfit by the ICC Pitch and Outfield Monitoring Process, then the match will be awarded to the visiting team.
A team that is behind the required over-rate at the end of a match will have one competition point deducted for each over it is behind.
Tied matches will be decided by a Super Over. If a Super Over is a tie, subsequent Super Overs shall be played until there is a winner.
What if two teams have the same points in ODI World Cup Super League Points Table?
If more than one the team has same points in ODI World Cup Super League Points Table the following tie-breaking protocols will be used:
- The team that has won a greater number of matches will be placed higher.
- If still equal, the team with the higher NRR will be placed higher.
- If still equal, the team that is ranked in the higher position in the ICC Men’s ODI Team Rankings on 1 July 2020 shall be placed higher.