ICC World Cup Point Table 2023: Welcome to the most comprehensive and up-to-date source of information on the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup. As India plays host to this highly anticipated event, we bring you all the essential details, from the schedule to the current point standings.
13th Edition of ICC World Cup
The 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, now in its 13th edition, promises cricket enthusiasts worldwide a spectacular display of talent, competition, and sportsmanship. Ten teams are set to compete in a total of 48 matches, each facing off against the other nine. This extensive tournament runs from October 5 to November 19, 2023, ensuring an action-packed month for all cricket lovers.
ICC World Cup 2023 Schedule Highlights
Here’s a glimpse of the fixtures and schedule:
|England vs New Zealand||October 5, 2023|
|Pakistan vs Netherlands||October 6, 2023|
|Bangladesh vs Afghanistan||October 7, 2023|
|South Africa vs Sri Lanka||October 7, 2023|
|India vs Australia||October 8, 2023|
|New Zealand vs Netherlands||October 9, 2023|
|England vs Bangladesh||October 10, 2023|
|Pakistan vs Sri Lanka||October 10, 2023|
|India vs Afghanistan||October 11, 2023|
|Australia vs South Africa||October 12, 2023|
|New Zealand vs Bangladesh||October 13, 2023|
|India vs Pakistan||October 14, 2023|
|England vs Afghanistan||October 15, 2023|
With such a packed schedule, fans can look forward to thrilling matches day after day. The grand final will take place on November 19, after the semi-finals on November 15 and 16.
ICC World Cup Point Table 2023
As of October 13, 2023, we have witnessed 11 matches in the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup. The current point table stands as follows:
|Team||Matches Played||Wins||Losses||Net Run Rate (NRR)||Points|
This point table reflects the teams’ performance in the competition, showcasing their wins, losses, and overall standings. New Zealand currently leads the table following their victory against Bangladesh.
ICC World Cup 2023 Prize Money
The 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup boasts a total prize fund of $10 million, equivalent to 74 crores and 15 lakhs in Indian rupees. The World Cup champion will secure $4 million, the runner-up receives $2 million, and the semi-finalists each earn $800,000. Even teams that don’t advance past the league stage will take home $100,000 for their efforts. Additionally, teams receive $40,000 for each match they win during the league stage.