World Cup Super League 2020-22

Latest ICC World Cup Super League 2020-2022 updates with complete schedules, time table, live score and news. The ICC has announced the Super League on ICC Test Championship Model where top 13 teams will compete in bilateral series to qualify for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. Get the most comprehensive coverage for the tournament with complete schedule and statistics. Subscribe to daily alerts for daily updates about the World Cup Super League. Last Updated: August 08, 2020

Top 13 Teams will compete in bilateral series to qualify for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.
ICC World Cup Super League 2020-22

World Cup Super League - Upcoming Series

July - August 2020 Ireland tour of England 2020
3 ODIs England
Oct 2020 - Jan 2021 India tour of Australia 2020
3 T20Is, 3 ODIs & 3 Tests Australia

World Cup Super League Points Table & Standings

Team M W L Pts RR Tie N/R
Afghanistan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Australia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bangladesh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
England 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
India 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ireland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Netherlands 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
New Zealand 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Pakistan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
South Africa 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sri Lanka 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
West Indies 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Zimbabwe 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Points table last updated: TBC vs TBC
Top 8 teams from the list will qualify for the 2023 Cricket World Cup. India, as host, qualify automatically while 7 other top teams from the points table will qualify as well. The bottom 5 teams will advance to 2022 Cricket World Cup qualifier as based on standings and points.

Teams Participating in the World Cup Super League

A total of 13 teams will be participating in the World Cup Super League 2020-22, here’s the complete list:

1. India (host – automatic qualification)
2. Australia
3. England
4. New Zealand
5. Pakistan
6. Bangladesh
7. West Indies
8. Sri Lanka
9. Afghanistan
10. South Africa
11. Ireland
12. Zimbabwe
13. Netherlands

The teams which end up in the top 8 positions (Including India) of points table will qualify for the World Cup 2023.

The remaining 5 teams will compete in the ICC World Cup qualifiers with 5 other associate nations. Among which two top teams will qualify for the ICC World Cup 2023. Hence a total of 10 teams will be a part of ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 in India.

Series & Game Requirements for the ICC World Cup Super League

● 13 teams will play eight 3-match series (bilateral series)
● 4 home series (bilateral series)
● 4 away series (bilateral series)
● 10 points for a win (per match)
● 5 points for Tie / no-result (per match)

Note: There are 13 teams but 8 series hence not all teams will play against each other. As per ICC update, India will not play bilateral series against Pakistan, Bangladesh, Ireland and Netherlands in the World Cup Super League.

What’s new in the ODI Super League:

  • Earlier there was a cut-off date by ICC for top 8 ranking teams to automatically qualify for the World Cup but now the teams have to perform well in each and every match of a bilateral series.
  • Front foot no-balls will now be checked by the 3rd Umpires rather than on-field umpires in all the matches of Super League.
  • Each team will be given two reviews per innings as opposed to just one earlier. The additional review is not just limited to the ODIs though, it now applies to T20Is as well.

2020-22 World Cup Super League FAQ

The ICC World Cup Super League will begin with the bilateral ODI series between England and Ireland in July 2020. Only bilateral series consisting at least 3-ODI matches qualify to be part of the Super League.

A total of 13 teams will participate in the event including:
 
1. India
2. Australia
3. England
4. New Zealand
5. Pakistan
6. Bangladesh
7. West Indies
8. Sri Lanka
9. Afghanistan
10. South Africa
11. Ireland
12. Zimbabwe
13. Netherlands

The teams which end up in the top 8 positions of the ICC World Cup Super League points table will qualify for the World Cup 2023. The remaining 5 teams will compete in the ICC World Cup qualifiers with 5 other associate nations. Among which two top teams will qualify for the ICC World Cup 2023. Hence a total of 10 teams will be a part of ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 in India.

The ICC World Cup Super League is based on ICC Test Championship model. A total of 13 teams will play eight 3-match series (bilateral series) as following:

● 4 home series (bilateral series)
● 4 away series (bilateral series)
● 10 points for a win (per match)
● 5 points for Tie / no-result (per match)

No, as India and Pakistan do not have bilateral ties, therefore they won’t compete with each other. The teams which India won’t play against are Pakistan, Bangladesh, Ireland and Netherlands.

You can set reminder through our match calendar which sets match timings according to your time zone. Users need to add match timing through Google Calendar (Android/Windows etc) and iCal Calendar in Apple devices.
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