WTC Points Table 2023-25 Update: The fight is going on between 9 teams to reach the final of the World Test Championship 2023-25. Just before the WTC final, the top 2 teams in the points table will get a chance to go to the final. Meanwhile, the Indian team has faced a huge loss in the points table of WTC. Just a few days ago, Team India reached second place by winning the test match against England, but now they are once again out of the top 2 and a new team has entered the top 2.
This team reached the top
Test series is being played between New Zealand and South Africa. The first match of this series was won by the Kiwi team i.e. New Zealand by 281 runs. With the victory in this match, he has reached the first position in the points table of WTC. With New Zealand coming on top, Team India and Australia have to face losses. Team India has now moved from second place to third. Whereas the Australian team moved from first place to second place. The New Zealand team has reached the top for the first time in this cycle and they would like to maintain their ranking.
How was the journey in WTC so far?
In this cycle of WTC, the New Zealand team has played a total of three matches. Where they won two matches and had to face defeat in only one match. New Zealand team is in first place with 66.66 PTC points. New Zealand, the champion team of the first WTC final, has started this cycle very well. He had to finish sixth in the second cycle of WTC.
condition of team india
The Indian team is also playing a Test series against England at home. England had defeated them in the first match of this series. Team India had won the second match. Currently, Team India is at third place in the WTC points table with three wins, two losses and one draw in 6 matches. Team India has 52.77 PTC points. Just above India, the Australian team is in second place with 55 PTC points.
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