Pakistan and Nz strengthened their likelihood of direct qualification for that ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 on Sunday, however the West Indies will need to depend on other results if they’re to prevent next year’s Qualifier.
Babar Azam’s side registered a narrow nine-run overcome a gallant Netherlands in Rotterdam and moved equal on points with second-placed Bangladesh because of the victory.
Only net run rate separates Pakistan from Bangladesh now, with England leading all teams on 125 points using their 18 matches performed.
New Zealand’s thrilling five-wicket make an impression on West Indies also saw them obtain a crucial 10 Cricket World Cup Super League points because they maintained 4th put on the standings with as many as 110 points.
The end result in the series decider in Barbados wasn’t kind for West Indies though, who’ve now completed all 24 of the Super League matches and sit seventh around the current standings.
Just the top eight teams will qualify directly for next year’s 50-over World Cup in India, and West Indies would want a number of other results go their way when they would remain within that top eight in the finish from the qualification period.
While qualifying directly as 2023 World Cup hosts, India have the opportunity to jump before fifth-placed Afghanistan once they undertake Zimbabwe within the third and final ODI of the series in Harare on Monday.
Should West Indies finish outdoors the very best eight around the standings they’ll be forced in to the Qualifier in Zimbabwe the coming year, plus the remaining teams and five Affiliate sides simply to earn their ticket to next year’s 50-over showcase.
West Indies possess a wealthy history within the Men’s World Cup, getting won the tournament two times in 1975 and 1979 as well as finished runner in 1983.