The Points Table for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 After South Africa’s Victory Over England. After their third consecutive win in the tournament on Monday, the South African women’s cricket team climbed to second place in the latest points table.
South Africa’s women’s cricket team climbed to second place in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup points table after a three-wicket win over England in their third match at Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui. Australia holds the top spot due to a higher net-run-rate, while India has dropped one spot to third. South Africa’s all-around performance helped them defeat defending champions England, who have lost all three matches they have played so far.
Here is the most recent ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 Points Table:
- Australia (P3 W3 L0: Points 6; NRR +1.62)
- South Africa (P3 W3 L0: Points 6; NRR +0.28)
- India (P3 W2 L1: Points 4; NRR +1.33)
- New Zealand (P4 W2 L2: Points 4; NRR -0.25)
- West Indies (P3 W2 L1: Points 4; NRR -0.96)
- Bangladesh (P3 W1 L2: Points 2; NRR -0.47)
- England (P3 W0 L3: Points 0; NRR -0.15)
- Pakistan (P4 W0 L4; Points 0; NRR -0.99)
SA Women won the toss and chose to bowl, which their bowlers proved correct. With the exception of opener Tammy Beaumont (62 runs off 97 balls) and Amy Ellen Jones (53 runs off 74 balls), no other batter could stand up to an inspired South African bowling line-up.
Marizanne Kapp smashed England with a five-wicket haul.
In response, Laura Wolvaardt hit a brilliant half-century to help the team reach the 236-run target with four balls to spare.
In the other match, Bangladesh defeated Pakistan by nine runs at Seddon Park in Hamilton.
Bangladesh currently sits sixth in the points table, with England and Pakistan in seventh and eighth place, respectively.