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ODI World Cup 2023: Points Table, Most Runs And Wickets After IND vs BAN Match (Updated). On Thursday, October 19, at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune, India emerged victorious against Bangladesh in the 17th match of the ODI World Cup 2023, securing their 4th consecutive in the tournament.

In thе match against India, Bangladеsh won thе toss and optеd to bat first. Thе Bangladеshi batsmеn, with Mushfiqur Rahim’s dеtеrminеd 38(46) and Mahmudullah’s powеr-hitting, rapidly accumulating 46 (36) in thе dеath ovеrs, еnablеd Bangladеsh to post a total of 256/8 on thе scorеboard. 

Ravindra Jadеja, Mohammеd Siraj, and Jasprit Bumrah еach took two wickеts for India. Unfortunately, Hardik Pandya had to lеavе thе fiеld duе to an anklе injury sustainеd whilе bowling. 

In the second innings, Rohit Sharma had a solid start but was dismissed early. However, Kohli’s exceptional performance, with a century, led the team to a victory by 7 wickets

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Let’s explore the Updated ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table

(Updated) ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table

1New Zealand 440+1.9328
3South Africa 321+1.3854
4Pakistan 321-0.1374
6Australia 312-0.7342
7Bangladesh 413-0.7842
8Netherlands 312-0.9982
9Afghanistan 413-1.2502
10Sri Lanka303-1.5320

ICC ODI World Cup Most Runs (Latest)

  1. Rohit Sharma (India): 265 Runs
  2. Virat Kholi (India): 259 Runs
  3. Devon Conway (New Zealand): 249 Runs
  4. Mohammad Rizwan (Pakistan): 248 Runs
  5. Quinton De Kock (South Africa): 229 Runs

In the ongoing ODI World Cup 2023, the race for the top run-scorer is fierce. Rohit Sharma leads with 265 runs, followed closely by his teammate Virat Kohli at 259 runs. Devon Conway from New Zealand holds third place with 249 runs, and Mohammad Rizwan of Pakistan is fourth with 248 runs. Quinton de Kock from South Africa is in 5th position with 229 runs.

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ICC ODI World Cup Most Wickets (Lastest)

  1. Mitchell Santner (New Zealand): 11 Wickets
  2. Jasprit Bumrah (India): 10 Wickets
  3. Matt Henry (New Zealand): 9 Wickets
  4. Bas de Leede (Netherlands): 7 Wickets
  5. Hassan Ali (Pakistan): 7 Wickets

In the ODI World Cup 2023, the ethnicity of the leading wicket-taker is heating up. Mitchell Santner from New Zealand leading  with an amazing 11 wickets. Jasprit Bumrah of India is close behind with 10 wickets, and Matt Henry from New Zealand follows with 9 wickets. Bas de Leede from the Netherlands and Pakistan’s Hassan Ali share the fourth spot, each having taken 7 wickets.