New Zealand and India lead the respective groups as we look at the latest points table, match results and schedule for T20 World Cup 2022.
The article shares with you the latest Super 12 points table, match results, and pending schedule for T20 World Cup 2022. The Super 12 stage has 12 teams divided into two groups. Australia, New Zealand, England, Afghanistan, Ireland, and Sri Lanka are placed in Group 1. Whereas India, Pakistan, South Africa, Bangladesh, Netherlands, and Zimbabwe are placed in group 2.
November 1 – New Zealand vs England: England defeated New Zealand by 20 runs. Captain Jos Buttler came to the party to smash a superb 73 off 47 balls to help England reach 179/6 in 20 overs. In reply, New Zealand could only manage 159/6. Woakes and Curran took 2 wickets each for England.
November 1 – Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka defeated Afghanistan by 6 wickets. Batting first, Afghanistan made 144/8 in 20 overs, which Sri Lanka chased with 9 balls to go. Wanindu Hasaranga was the star with the ball with a spell of 3/13. Whereas in the chase, Dhananjaya de Silva scored an unbeaten 66 off 42 balls.
October 31 – Australia vs Ireland: Australia keeps their semi-final hope alive by defeating Ireland by 42 runs. Batting first, Australia made a solid 179/5 in 20 overs. Ireland did give a good fight, but could only manage 137 in 20 overs. For Australia, Aaron Finch scored 63 off 44 balls, while Cummins, Starc, Zampa, and Hazlewood took 2 wickets each.
October 29 – New Zealand vs Sri Lanka: New Zealand defeated Sri Lanka by 65 runs. On a tricky wicket, Glenn Philips’ stunning century of 104 off 64 balls helped New Zeland reach 167/7 in 20 overs. In reply, Sri Lanka were bundled out for 102 runs. Trent Boult was fantastic with a spell of 4/13.
October 28 – Australia vs England: Match abandoned due to rain. Points shared
October 28 – Afghanistan vs Ireland: Match abandoned due to rain. Points shared
October 26 – Afghanistan vs New Zealand: Match abandoned due to rain. Points shared
October 26 – Ireland vs England: Ireland defeated England by 5 runs (D/L method). Ireland’s attacking approach helped them reach 157 while batting first. Captain Andrew Balbirnie scored 62 off 47 balls. In reply, England were 5 runs behind at 105/5 when the rain returned.
October 25 – Australia vs Sri Lanka: Australia defeated Sri Lanka by 7 wickets. Sri Lanka scored 157/6 which Australia chased it in 16.3 overs. For Australia, Marcus Stoinis was the star of the match for Australia, who scored a counter-attacking 59* off 18 balls.
October 23 – Ireland vs Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka defeated Ireland by 9 wickets. Ireland scored 128/8 in 20 overs, which Sri Lanka chased it in 15 overs. Maheesh Theekshana and Wanindu Hasaranga took 2 wickets each. Whereas Kusal Mendis scored an unbeaten 68 off 43 balls.
October 22 – Afghanistan vs England: England defeated Afghanistan by 5 wickets. Afghanistan scored 112 runs, which England chased it in 18.1 overs. Sam Curran took a career-best spell of 5/10. Whereas Liam Livingstone scored an unbeaten 29 off 21 balls.
October 22 – Australia vs New Zealand: New Zealand defeated Australia by a mammoth 89 runs. New Zealand scored 200/3, while Australia scored only 111 runs. Devon Conway scored an unbeaten 92 off 58 balls. Whereas Tim Southee and Mitchell Santner took 3 wickets each.
November 2 – India vs Bangladesh: In a thriller, India defeated Bangladesh by 5 runs (D/L method). Batting first, India managed to score 184/6 on account of half centuries from Virat Kohli and KL Rahul. In reply, Litton Das gave Bangladesh a brisk start with a knock of 60 off 27 balls, but it wasn’t enough as Bangladesh could only manage 145/6 in 16 overs while chasing a revised target of 151.
November 2 – Zimbabwe vs Netherlands: Netherlands defeated Zimbabwe by 5 wickets. Batting first, Zimbabwe scored 117 runs, which the Netherlands chased in 18 overs. Paul van Meekeren bowled a brilliant spell of 3/29. Whereas Max O’Dowd scored 52 off 47 balls while chasing.
October 30 – South Africa vs India: In a thriller, South Africa defeated India by 5 wickets. Batting first, India managed to score 133/9 on account of Suryakumar Yadav’s 68 off 40 balls. For South Africa, Aiden Markram and David Miller registered the fifties as they chased the target in 19.4 overs. In addition, Lungi Ngidi registered a spell of 4/29.
October 30 – Pakistan vs Netherlands: Pakistan registered their first win as they defeated the Netherlands by 6 wickets. In a low-scoring affair, Netherlands could only manage 91/9 in 20 overs, which Pakistan chased in 13.5 overs. Shadab Khan registered a spell of 3/22, while Mohammad Rizwan scored 49 off 39 balls.
October 30 – Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh: Zimbabwe tried hard till the end, but Bangladesh defeated Zimbabwe by 3 runs. Batting first, Bangladesh scored 150/7 in 20 overs, while Zimbabwe scored 147/8 in 20 overs. For Bangladesh, Najum Shanto scored 71 off 55 balls and Taskin Ahmed bowled a brilliant spell of 3/19.
October 27 – Zimbabwe vs Pakistan: Another shocker as Zimbabwe defeated Pakistan by 1 run. In a low-scoring affair, Zimbabwe scored only 130/8 in 20 overs, while Pakistan scored 129/8 in 20 overs. Sean Williams scored 31 off 28 balls. Whereas Sikandar Raza, the star of the match registered a spell of 3/25.
October 27 – India vs Netherlands: India defeated the Netherlands by 56 runs. Batting first, India scored 179/2 in 20 overs, while the Netherlands could only manage 123 runs. Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, and Suryakumar Yadav scored a half-century reach. Whereas in bowling Bhuvneshwar, Arshdeep, Axar, and Ashwin took 2 wickets each.
October 27 – South Africa vs Bangladesh: South Africa defeated Bangladesh by a whopping 104 runs. Batting first, South Africa scored 205/5, while Bangladesh could only manage 104 runs. Rille Rossouw scored a superb 109 off 56 balls. Whereas Anrich Nortje registered a spell of 4/10.
October 24 – Zimbabwe vs South Africa: Match abandoned due to rain. Points shared
October 24 – Bangladesh vs Netherlands: Bangladesh defeated the Netherlands by 9 runs. Bangladesh scored 144/8 in 20 overs. Whereas the Netherlands could only manage 135 in 20 overs. For Bangladesh, Afif Hossain scored 38 off 27 balls. Whereas Taskin Ahmed registered a spell of 4/25.
October 23 – India vs Pakistan: India defeated Pakistan by 4 wickets. Pakistan scored 159/8 which India chased on the last ball of the innings. Arshdeep Singh and Hardik Pandya took 3 wickets each. Whereas Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten 82 off 53 balls.
Here’s the pending schedule for Team India for T20 World Cup 2022. Meanwhile, you can download the high-quality image of the schedule from here.
Team India’s Pending Schedule for T20 World Cup 2022:
- 06 November 2022 // India vs Zimbabwe // 13:30 IST, Melbourne
So, that’s about the points table, pending schedule, and match results for the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup 2022.
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