Group B Points Table


Who are the teams in Group B T20 World Cup?

The ICC T20 World Cup has four groups – Group A, Group B, Group 1 & Group 2, Group A and Group B have 4 teams each while Group 1 and Group 2 will consist of 6 teams each post-qualification phase. The ICC T20 World Cup is set to move into its advance stage with Super 12 teams confirmed.

Who are in groups A and B in T20 World Cup 2023?

T20 World Cup Points Table 2023 – Super 12 – Afghanistan, Australia, England, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, and the Netherlands were placed in Group 1 in the T20 World Cup Super 12 Points Table, while Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Ireland were put in Group 2.

POS Teams Matches Played Won Lost N/R Tied Net Run Rate Points
1 New Zealand (Qualified) 5 3 1 1 +2.113 7
2 England (Qualified) 5 3 1 1 +0.473 7
3 Ireland 5 1 3 1 -1.615 3
4 Australia 5 3 1 1 -0.173 7
5 Sri lanka 5 2 3 -0.422 4
6 Afghanistan 5 3 2 -0.571 2

Group-2 : Zimbabwe and Ireland qualified for the Super 12 stage of the World Cup from Group B. Zimbabwe will play in Group 2 of the Super 12 stage while Ireland will play in Group 1.

POS Teams Matches Played Won Lost N/R Tied Net Run Rate Points
1 India 4 3 1 +0.730 6
2 South Africa 5 2 2 1 +0.874 5
3 Zimbabwe 4 1 2 1 -0.313 3
4 Bangladesh 5 2 3 -1.176 4
5 Pakistan 5 3 2 +1.028 6
6 Netherlands 5 2 3 -0.849 4

Who leads Group B in World Cup?


Pos Team v t e Pts
1 England 7
2 United States 5
3 Iran 3
4 Wales 1

Who is Group B for World Cup?

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: 2022 World Cup Group B – USMNT’s Group Scores and Standings – MARCA in English

Where is ICC 2023 World Cup schedule?

World Cup Schedule

Matches Date Venue
IND vs PAK Sat Oct 14, 2023 Ahmedabad
ENG vs AFG Sun Oct 15, 2023 Delhi
AUS vs SL Mon Oct 16, 2023 Lucknow
SA vs NED Tue Oct 17, 2023 Dharamsala

Is India qualify for Asia Cup 2023?

Teams and qualification – Qualified for Asia Cup as full members Failed to qualify The five full members of the Asian Cricket Council qualified automatically for the tournament while Nepal qualified for the main tournament for the first time through 2023 ACC Men’s Premier Cup, was held in April/May 2023 in Nepal, defeating UAE in the final.

Means of qualification Date Host Berths Qualified
ICC Full Member None 5 Afghanistan Bangladesh India Pakistan Sri Lanka
2023 ACC Men’s Premier Cup 18 April — 2 May 2023 Nepal 1 Nepal

Who is moving on in Group B?

England booked their place in the last 16 of the 2022 World Cup with a 3-0 win over Wales to top Group B. They will be joined by USA who beat Iran 1-0.

Who is in Group B?

Group B: World Cup teams, fixtures and venues 2022 The begins on 20 November when host nation Qatar face Ecuador to kick off the first ever winter edition of the biggest tournament in football.32 teams from across the globe will compete to feature in the climactic final on 18 December.

  • From Group B only England and Iran featured at the 2018 World Cup with the Three Lions reaching the semi-finals of a major tournament for the first time since 1996 and Iran coming within one point of making it into the knockout rounds – the closest they’ve ever come to that achievement.
  • The USA will be drawing on memories of 2010 when they drew 1-1 with England in South Africa and reached the last-16 whilst Wales will be hoping to give a swansong to talisman Gareth Bale.
  • Here’s everything you need to know about Group B:
  • England, Wales, Iran and the USA make up Group B.
  • Al Rayyan (Khalifa International Stadium, Ahmed bin Ali Stadium) and Al Khor (Al Thumama Stadium, Al Bayt Stadium)
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  • Monday 21 November
  • England vs Iran – 13:00
  • USA vs Wales – 19:00
  • Friday 25 November
  • Wales vs Iran – 10:00
  • England vs USA – 19:00
  • Tuesday 29 November
  • Iran vs USA – 19:00
  • Wales vs England – 19:00
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England are the outright favourites to win group B but tend to underperform in games they should win, especially in major tournaments, though thankfully that hasn’t been the case since Gareth Southgate took over. Iran topped their qualifying group and put in a decent effort in 2018 but their squad is aging and could come undone against more youthful opposition.

  1. England 4/9
  2. USA 9/4
  3. Iran 11/4
  4. Wales 9/2
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: Group B: World Cup teams, fixtures and venues 2022

What is the hardest FIFA group?

Group B – Group B

Nation World ranking
England 5
Iran 21
USA 15
Wales 18
Average ranking 14.75

This may be surprising to some (and potentially a useful excuse for England fans come early December) but Group B ranks as the hardest at the tournament. World Cup 2018 and Euro 2020 finalists England were the top seed and are ranked fifth. Iran were the second highest-ranked nation from pot 3 at 21st, while the USA have been improving in the four years since they missed out on the last World Cup and now sit 15th.

The difficulty of this group is, of course, swung by the fact that FIFA allocated a place in pot 4 to the winner of the postponed UEFA play-off path containing Ukraine, Scotland and Wales, Wales were the victors from that trio, meaning the supposed bottom seed in Group B is actually ranked 18th. Had they qualified in March, they would have been the highest-ranked pot 3 side instead of in pot 4.

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Did Spain qualify for World Cup 2023?

A goal in the first half from Olga Carmona was enough to make history as Spain secured their first ever Women’s World Cup title on Sunday (20 August) with a 1-0 win over England. (Justin Setterfield/Getty Images) Spain secured their first ever Women’s World Cup title with a 1-0 win over England at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup final in Sydney on Sunday (20 August). Jennifer Hermoso had a penalty saved by Mary Earps, but a first-half goal from Olga Carmona was enough for La Roja to become world champions for the first time in history.

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Olga Carmona celebrates her goal at the FIFA World Cup 2023. (Brendon Thorne/Getty Images) La Roja expertly controlled the game from kick-off, nullifying any attacking threats from the Lionesses. Despite Spain’s dominance, the 2022 European Champions managed an early chance – probably their best of the 90 minutes – but the ball hit the bar.

The missed opportunity struck England hard as they struggled to dismantle Spain’s possession-heavy strategy, while La Roja continued to intimidate in response. England’s goalkeeper Mary Earps did well to deny Spain a goal in the 17th minute, pulling off yet another incredible save to keep her side in the game.

But it was all in vain as Olga Carmona soon found the back of the net with a thunderous strike on the half-hour mark. The return of star player Lauren James was not enough for England to win the 2023 Women’s World Cup final against Spain. (Cameron Spencer/Getty Images) England made two much needed changes at half time, bringing in Lauren James and Chloe Kelly for Alessia Russo and Rachel Daly,

But despite the forward power that both players possess, they still struggled to leave any real mark on a solid Spanish defence. In the 65th minute, a handball from Keira Walsh gifted La Roja another goal opportunity in the form of a penalty. Hermoso stepped up, but Earps yet again gave her nation a lifeline as she denied the shot.

The save gave England a new lease of life, with James and Kelly trying to produce something special for the Lionesses. Although they had solid attempts, nothing was enough to penetrate Spain’s line-up. La Roja looked like a team that had experience in playing on the world’s biggest stage, notwithstanding the fact that they had never made it past a FIFA Women’s World Cup quarter-final stage.

It was Spain’s confidence and composure on the ball that ultimately won them the final, and their performance seemed worlds away from their group stage 4-0 loss to Japan earlier in the tournament. The Spanish players demonstrated unity, coming together when it mattered most, to make history for their nation.

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