WTC Points Table 2023-25: West Indies created history by defeating Australia by 8 runs in the day-night Test at The Gabba Stadium in Brisbane on Sunday. This was the first time that a team defeated the Australian team in a day-night test. At the same time, West Indies defeated Australia in Bisbane after 36 years. Not only this, West Indies has won the Test in Australia after 27 years. The team last won on the Perth ground in February 1997. After this victory, ICC has updated the points table of the World Test Championship 2023-25.
Changes in the points table of the World Test Championship
After the Australia vs West Indies Test series, there has been a change in the points table of the World Test Championship. Even after this series, Australia’s team remains at number one in the points table. But the team’s winning percentage has decreased. Before this match, the winning percentage of Australia’s team was 61.11, which has now come down to 55 percent.
India is at this number in the points table of WTC
Team India is currently at second position in the points table. Team India’s winning percentage is 54.16. Let us tell you that the first match of the five-match Test series between India and England is being played in Hyderabad. If Team India wins this match, then it can reach the first position in the points table, but if it loses, it will suffer a huge loss. Apart from India, South Africa’s team remains at third position and New Zealand’s team remains at fourth position.
West Indies won the historic match
West Indies had scored 311 runs on the first day of the day-night test. After this, Australia declared its first innings on the second day at 289 for the loss of 9 wickets. At the same time, the West Indies team was all out for 193 runs in its second innings. But West Indies bowled out Australia’s second innings for 207 runs and won the match by 8 runs.
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