Points table changed due to South Africa’s victory, Bangladesh reached 10th

World Cup 2023 Points Table Update After SA vs BAN: South Africa has made a big change in the points table by defeating Bangladesh by 149 runs in the World Cup 2023. This was Africa’s fourth win in the tournament, after which they overtook New Zealand and came second in the table. Whereas losing Bangladesh slipped to the last position i.e. 10th position. Even though England moved up one place after the match, the team’s troubles have not diminished yet.

After this victory, South Africa’s net run rate has become 2.370, which is currently higher than any other team in the tournament. Even India, which is at number one, is far behind Africa in terms of run rate. After the defeat, Shakib Al Hasan led Bangladesh’s hopes of reaching the semi-finals are almost over. This was Bangladesh’s fourth defeat in five matches in the tournament. However, no team has been officially eliminated yet.

Change in top-4

South Africa has made a change in the top-4 with the win. Team India is at the top position in the list with 10 points. At the same time, South Africa has come at second position with better net run rate and New Zealand, which was at second position, has slipped to third position. After this, Australia is at fourth position with 4 points and negative -0.193 net run rate.

This is the condition of other teams

Moving towards the rest of the teams, Pakistan team is fifth with 4 points and negative -0.400 net runrate, Afghanistan is sixth with 4 points and negative -0.969 net runrate, Netherlands is seventh with 2 points and negative -0.790 net runrate, Sri Lanka is seventh with 2 points and England is at eighth position with negative -1.048 net run rate, England is at ninth position with 2 points and negative -1.248 net run rate and Bangladesh is at last i.e. 10th position with 2 points and negative -1.253 net run rate.

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