Sports Desk: After defeating the Netherlands twice, the Pakistani side has moved up to third place in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League.
Pakistan has 110 points after playing 17 games in the current cycle, according to the most recent ICC report, with a net run rate of +0.221. Pakistan has so far won 11 games while dropping six.
Bangladesh is ranked second with 120 points, while England is first with 125 points.
India has 89 points and is ranked 7 on the rankings after losing four of its nine games.
Each side receives ten points for a victory, five for a draw, no outcome, or abandoned game, and zero for a defeat.
In the event that Pakistan sweeps the Netherlands in the current series, it will raise their points total to 120 and guarantee them a spot in the main competition for next year, regardless of how their last two series against New Zealand and Afghanistan turn out.