Pakistan is well-positioned to qualify for ICC 2023.

By sweeping their three one-day international matches against the Netherlands, the Pakistan cricket team has significantly improved their chances of making it to the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. These victories were fought out in Dubai, UAE.

Pakistan struggled mightily in their match against the Netherlands, which is currently ranked 14th. But Babar Azam XI succeeded in their attempt and took the series by a score of 3-0.

Pakistan is currently in third place with 120 points thanks to their 12 victories in One-Day Internationals (ODIs), while only five points separate the top three teams. This is because the top three teams have all completed six of the eight scheduled series of three ODIs.

As a result of New Zealand’s nail-biting victory over the West Indies. Which they ultimately won by five wickets, their position was not affected. The success brought the New Zealand national cricket team’s total number of points accumulated in the Cricket World Cup Super League up to 110, which enabled them to maintain their position as the fourth-place team in the competition.

England is in first place in the points table after collecting 125 points from the 18 matches they have played. While Pakistan and Bangladesh are tied for second place and are only separated by the difference in their net run rates. England has collected 125 points from 18 matches, putting them first in the points table.

If the West Indies want to improve their chances of making it into the tournament. They need to win every single one of the matches they have left to play.

The top eight teams in the ICC World Cup Super League, including India, host the tournament. Will receive automatic qualification for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.

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