Asia Cup points table: Latest standings and permutations

Curious about Asia Cup points table? Discover the latest team positions and potential outcomes in the standings.

Asia Cup 2023 is around the corner, set to unfold in Pakistan and Sri Lanka from August to September.

The schedule outlines 13 matches among 6 teams, promising an intense competition. Teams will be split into two groups with the top four teams in the Asia Cup points table from each group will be making it to the Super Four. 

Sri Lanka takes the spotlight as defending champions, having emerged victorious against Pakistan by 23 runs in the Asia Cup 2022 Final at Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai. Anticipation grows for Asia Cup 2023, which will unfold through a Round-robin and knockout setup. 

Asia Cup 2023 is poised to break new ground as the first-ever co-hosted event in the tournament’s history. The tournament's itinerary includes four matches scheduled for Pakistan and an additional nine matches to be held in Sri Lanka.

Asia Cup points table

Asia Cup points table: Latest standings and permutations

In the Asia Cup points table, the leading four out of six teams advance to Super 4 and final. Teams get 2 points for winning and 1 point for a tie.

Group A

PositionTeamsPlayedWon LostTiedNet Run RatePoints

Group B

PositionTeamsPlayedWon LostTiedNet Run RatePoints

Super Four 

PositionTeamsPlayedWon LostTiedNet Run RatePoints

Rules

  • The Asia Cup 2023 is set to adopt a Round-robin and knockout structure, featuring a total of 13 matches, culminating in the Final.
  • The teams participating in Asia Cup 2023 will be split into two groups, each containing three teams.
  • There will be a total of 6 group matches, with the top 2 teams from each group moving on to the Super Four round.
  • An additional set of 6 matches is slated for the Super Four phase, with every team playing 3 games against the other 3 teams in the Super Four round.
  • The final will feature the top 2 teams from the Super Six points table.

Sri Lanka will hope to replicate their 2022 feat in the upcoming Asia Cup. This time they will also have the advantage of being the hosts. Pakistan, who also made it to the final last year, will be hoping to exploit their home-ground advantage to take the trophy for the first time since 2012. 

India will consider the Asia Cup as a dress rehearsal for the upcoming World Cup, which they are set to host in a few months' time. The Men in Blue’s disastrous Asia Cup 2022 campaign denied them a hat-trick haul in the tournament, but their recent form and familiar conditions will make them one of the favorites. 

Bangladesh, led by the marvelous Shakib Al Hasan, will be the dark horse of the competition. Afghanistan have also shown that they can upset the best teams in the world in their day, while Nepal will look to impress in their maiden Asia Cup campaign. 

Once the tournament starts, the Asia Cup points table will continuously evolve, shaping the course of the competition.

We will remain committed to providing you with the latest updates on team standings, keeping you informed about the ever-changing permutations and possibilities that this exciting tournament has to offer.

Jish B

Jish B

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