India and New Zealand begin battle to become number one on points table, read full report

Jun 25 2019 01:54 PM
India and New Zealand begin battle to become number one on points table, read full report

New Zealand team, which has not lost a single match in the World Cup with its strenuous performance at the moment tops the points table. Like New Zealand, India has not lost a single match so far. Australia is also making a comeback in the fight. Bangladesh batsman Shakib Al Hasan is the No. 1 batsman in the tournament. England's Jofra Archer and Australia's Mitchell Turk and Pakistan's Mohammad Amir are joint first in the bowlers' list. India's performance in the upcoming matches will ensure its place in the mark.

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For your information, New Zealand have become the number one team with 11 points in the 12th World Cup in England. New Zealand have not lost a single match so far. He has won 5 in 6 games, while one match was cancelled due to rain. India is third in the list and is facing a tough challenge for New Zealand for number one. India have won all four matches so far, while one match has been cancelled due to rain.New Zealand and India are the only teams that have not lost a single match in this World Cup. India is third in the points table with 9 points. Australia is second with 10 points in 6 games with 5 wins and 1 defeat. Hosts England, who have been the number one team till the last matches, have now slipped to the fourth position. Bangladesh beat Afghanistan in the last match to improve their place in the points table to no. 5.

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India's batsmen are not in the list to score the most runs in the World Cup. Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan became the top batsman with 476 runs. Australia's David Warner is at the crease with 447 runs. Warner continues to be the No. 1 batsman in terms of most individual runs. Hosts England batsman Joe Root is third with 424 runs.

India have no bowlers in the first five places in the list of highest wicket bowlers in this World Cup. The first ever World Cup score is the first of three bowlers to win the world cup, with England's Jofra Archer, Australia's Mitchell Turk and Pakistan's Mohammad Amir 15-15. New Zealand's Locky Ferguson is second with 14 wickets. 

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