ODI World Cup 2023: Points Table, Most Runs and Wickets After AUS vs. SL Match Updated. Sri Lanka and Australia faced each other in the ICC World Cup 2023 at Lucknow on Oct 16. Despite facing defeat in their first two matches, Australia secured their first victory in the ODI World Cup 2023.
Sri Lanka had a promising start with the partnership between Pathum Nissanka and Kusal Perera, but Adam Zampa disrupted their progress by taking four wickets. Sri Lanka was eventually all out for 209 runs.
The Australian team started their chase with Mitchell Marsh’s 50 runs in the beginning of the innings, but they hit a rough patch with two early wickets. However, a strong partnership between Josh Inglis and Glenn Maxwell sealed the victory against Sri Lanka with 5 Wickets. Hopefully, there will be another exciting rivalry between these two talented teams.
The ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table is as follows:
ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table Updated
Most Runs In ODI World Cup
- Mohammad Rizwan (PAK): 248 Runs
- Devon Conway (NZ): 229 Runs
- Rohit Sharma (IND): 217 Runs
- Quinton de Kock (SA): 209 Runs
- Kusal Mendis (SL): 207 Runs
In the 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup, Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan topped the rankings with an impressive 248 runs. New Zealand’s Devon Conway followed him with 229 and India’s Rohit Sharma with 217, while South Africa’s Quinton de Kock was fourth with 209 runs. Sri Lanka’s Kusal Mendis rounded out the top five with 207 runs.
Most Wickets In ODI World Cup
- Jasprit Bumrah (IND): 8 Wickets
- Matt Henry (NZ): 8 Wickets
- Mitchell Santner (NZ): 8 Wickets
- Hassan Ali (PAK): 7 Wickets
- Dilshan Madushanka (SL): 6 Wickets
Three bowlers have taken the most wickets in the 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup with eight wickets each: Jasprit Bumrah of India, Matt Henry of New Zealand, and Mitchell Santner close behind. Hasan Ali of Pakistan with seven wickets and Dilshan Madushanka of Sri Lanka with six wickets in the match. This outstanding performance has showcased the bowling skills and ability of these players in the ODI World Cup.