T20 World Cup Points Table 2021 Group1 & 2

By : Neha Dhyani

Updated : Feb 21, 2022, 9:45

T20 (Twenty20) is one of the most popular game formats in cricket. In a T20 game, each team bats for a maximum of 20 overs. The game usually lasts up to 3 hours and is much shorter than previous formats of cricket.

Countries from all around the world take part in this game format introduced in the year 2003 by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and make it a huge success. More than 1100 T20 games have been played among different countries across the world in international cricket so far. Here are the top five countries with the most wins in the history of T20 cricket:

  • Australia

The Australian cricket team has played 140 matches since 2005 and won 72 matches. However, despite having such a successful team with fine players, Australia never managed to get the trophy in T20.

  • New Zealand

Just like Australia, New Zealand’s T20 journey started back in 2005. They have played 145 matches so far and won 73 of them but haven’t managed to win a T20 World Cup yet.

  • South Africa

South Africa’s win percentage is 55.92 as they have played 136 matches so far and won in 76 of them. This team consists of some of the best players who deliver impactful performances. Despite that, they have failed to win in the major tournaments of ICC.

  • India

India has a huge success rate in T20 cricket compared to other formats. They started their journey back in 2006 and have won 91 matches out of 142 so far, with a win percentage of 64.85. They bagged the ICC T20 World Cup 2007 and have great chances of winning in the upcoming ICC World Cup.

  • Pakistan

Pakistan is the most successful team in the T20 format, with 105 wins out of 170 matches. The team started its journey back in 2006, bagged the T20 World Cup in 2008 and has a win percentage of 62.79.

T20 World Cup 2021 Points Table

Due to COVID-19, the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2020 was postponed to 2021. India was in charge of the 2021 edition of the T20 World Cup. However, owing to the pandemic, the BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) decided to shift the tournament to UAE and Oman. The edition of 2021 has three stages – Round 1, Super 12, and Knockouts. Out of 16 teams, 8 teams will be a part of Round 1.

The teams that are part of Round 1 are Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Netherlands, Oman, Namibia, Ireland, Scotland, and Papua New Guinea.

The Super 12 consists of Australia, India, South Africa, New Zealand, Pakistan, West Indies, Afghanistan, and England.

The teams of Round 1 and Super 12 play against each other to secure their place in the four vacant spots.

The below-mentionedT20 points table 2021 consists of all the necessary details one needs to know about the tournament.

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 Points Table: Group 1

Group 1

Match

Won

Lost

Points

Net Run Rate

England

5

4

1

8

+2.464

Australia

5

4

1

8

+1.216

South Africa

5

4

1

8

+0.739

Sri Lanka

5

2

3

4

-0.269

West Indies

5

1

4

2

-1.641

Bangladesh

5

0

5

0

-2.383

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Points Table: Group 2

Group 2

Match

Won

Lost

Points

Net Run Rate

Pakistan

5

5

0

10

+1.583

New Zealand

5

4

1

8

+1.162

India

5

3

2

6

+1.747

Afghanistan

5

2

3

4

+1.053

Namibia

5

1

4

2

-1.890

Scotland

5

0

5

0

-3.543

 

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FAQs about T20 World Cup Points Table 2021

  • Who won ICC T20 World Cup 2021?

Australian Men’s Cricket won ICC T20 World Cup 2021

  • Where is the venue of ICC T20 World Cup 2021?

The venue of the ICC T20 World Cup in 2021 is UAE and Oman.

  • Who is the oldest player in the T20 World Cup 2021?

Chris Gayle is the oldest player in the T20 World Cup.