Pakistan is currently in the first position on the World Test Championship 2021-23 point table.
By winning their third test in Headingley, Leeds, England has returned overwhelmingly to India in the ongoing test series. On the 4th day of the test IndiaStarting the day with 2 at 215, was bowled with only 278 runs. This allowed England to level the five-game series 1-1, winning innings and 76 runs.
But most importantly, this victory was the first for Joe Route and his men at the ICC World Test Championship 2021-23. Of the four teams that launched the campaign in the new WTC cycle, England was the only team to date that has never won. The West Indies, India and Pakistan have all won and England will join but remain in fourth place.
As far as India is concerned, a major defeat has caused it to fall from 1st to 3rd place after Pakistan and the West Indies, which have recently played two test series. The series in the West Indies ended in a 1-1 draw. The West Indies won the first match with a narrow margin of one wicket, but Pakistan was able to beat the host with 109 runs to level the series.
India goes down to 3rd place and Pakistan goes up to 1st place.England finally records victory
For now, in collaboration with Virat Kohli. The point rate is 38.88%, which is the third place, which is also the same level as England, which is the fourth place. However, the West Indies and Pakistan have a 50% percentage of their name. This is because we scored 12 of the 24 points we have fought so far.
It should also be noted that after the first test at Trent Bridge, both the UK and India lost 2 points each due to slow overrates. The result of the draw allowed the two teams to deduct 2 points from the 4 points they earned. India’s victory at Rose has since given a good lead, but England is catching up so far.
now, England and india Travel to London for a fourth test at Kia Oval. The match will start on September 2nd. You’ll get an additional 12 points, but most importantly, the series will be online.
The updated WTC point table is as follows: