World Test Championship 2021-23 point table: West Indies top with one wicket win, Pakistan open account

The International Cricket Council (ICC) World Test Championships have started in 2021-23 and four teams have played one match each. The World Test Championship 2021-23 begins with a five-Test series between India and England and is part of a two-Test series between the West Indies and Pakistan. The West Indies defeated Pakistan by one wicket on the fourth day of the first Test and recorded their first victory in the 2021-23 season of the World Test Championship. With this win, the West Indies topped the World Test Championship points list. With this win, West Indies secured 100 per cent points. The ranking is based solely on the percentage of points.

This time, the ICC has made some major changes to the Points system, such as equal points for each win. In the first Test of the World Test Championships, each series had equal points. There were a total of 120 points in a series, so 60 points for a two-game series win, 40 points for a three-game series win, 30 points for a four-game series win and a five-game series win. Given these 24 points.

Team PCT Pt P.O. W L D NR
West Indies 100 12 1 0 0 0
England 16.67 2 2 0 0 1 0
India 16.67 2 2 0 0 1 0
Pakistan 0 0 0 1 0 0
Australia
New Zealand
The. Africa
Sri Lanka
Bangladesh

PCT: The percentage of points
P: Scores
PO: The fines are over
W: Winning
L: Necklace
D: Draw
NR: There is no result

The team is ranked according to percentage of points. 12 points for win, six points for tie, four points for draw and no points for defeat. There will be 100 per cent off points for the win, 50 per cent for the tie, 33.33 per cent discount for the draw and a 0 per cent discount for the draw.

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