Points Table, Most Run Scorers, and Most Wicket-Takers

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In the 42nd match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, South Africa delivered a commanding victory over Afghanistan, shattering the Afghan team’s dreams of a semi-final berth. The Proteas now stand poised to clash with Australia in the upcoming second semi-final on November 16. Meanwhile, New Zealand’s impressive triumph over Sri Lanka on the previous day has significantly bolstered their chances of reaching the semi-finals, leaving Pakistan with a formidable challenge to secure their own spot in the semis.

Sri Lanka faced a significant setback, missing out on direct qualification for the Champions Trophy 2025. In contrast, England displayed a strong resurgence, defeating the Netherlands and securing their second win in the tournament, edging closer to a confirmed spot in the Champions Trophy 2025. However, their semi-final aspirations could be at risk if they falter against Pakistan this Saturday. The Men In Green, in turn, must achieve a resounding victory against England to keep their own semi-final hopes alive.

Sitting at the fifth spot in the standings with eight points earned from an equal number of matches, Pakistan faces an uphill battle. Their upcoming clash against England in Kolkata demands an impressive performance – a victory by a margin of 287 runs if they bat first or by achieving it with 284 balls to spare, equivalent to over 47 overs if they chase. The odds are stacked against Pakistan, making it likely that New Zealand will face India in the first semi-final at the Wankhede Stadium on November 15.

ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table:

Position Team Played Won Lost Points NRR
1 India 8 8 0 16 2.456
2 South Africa 9 7 2 14 1.376
3 Australia 8 6 2 12 0.861
4 New Zealand 9 5 4 10 +0.922
5 Pakistan 8 4 4 8 0.036
6 Afghanistan 8 4 4 8 -0.338
7 England 8 2 6 4 -0.855
8 Bangladesh 8 2 6 4 -1.142
9 Sri Lanka 9 2 7 4 -1.419
10 Netherlands 8 2 6 4 -1.635

Players who are leading the Most’s charts 

Most runs in World Cup 2023:

The young sensation from New Zealand, Rachin Ravindra is topping the charts for the most runs in the World Cup 2023. Looking at his form and the way he has been batting in the middle, it comes as a surprise to many that this is his first-ever World Cup outing. He has amassed 565 runs at an average of 70.62, following him is South African wicket-keeper batter Quinton de Kock with 550 runs. The other batter with a close proximity is India’s star player Virat Kohli with 543 runs to his name.

  Rank Batter  Country  Matches  Runs  Average  Strike Rate
  1 Rachin Ravindra  New Zealand 9 565 70.62 108.45
  2 Quinton de Kock  South Africa 8 550 68.75 111.34
  3 Virat Kohli India 8 543 108.60 88.29
  4 David Warner Australia 8 446 55.75     108.25
  5 Rohit Sharma India  8 442 55.25 122.78    

Most Wickets in World Cup 2023:

Though Sri Lanka failed to make a mark in the tournament, they have one good reason to smile. Their pace sensation Dilshan Madhushanka is well ahead of the charts for the most wickets with 21 scalps to his name at an average of 24.62. Adam Zampa could dethrone him anytime as he is breathing down on his neck with 20 wickets to his name. Marco Jansen who is positioned at the third spot needs to produce one heck of a spell to overtake these bowlers, as he is on 17 wickets.

  Rank  Bowler  Country  Matches  Overs  Wickets  Average 
  1 Dilshan Madushanka Sri Lanka 8 78.2 21 24.62
  2 Adam Zampa Australia  8 69.0 20 19.20    
  3 Marco Jansen South Africa 8 64.4 17 24.41    
  4 Mohammed Shami India 4 26.0 16 7.00
  5 Shaheen Afridi Pakistan  8 71.0 16 25.56

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