How are team positioned for 2025 Women’s ODI World Cup – ICC Women’s Championship?

In the ICC Women’s Championship standings, the Top 6 teams and the hosts India will qualify directly for the 2025 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup. Currently, Australia dominates with 13 wins out of 18 matches, earning them 28 points and a formidable net run rate of +2.002. Following closely, South Africa secured 11 victories, resulting in 23 points and a positive net run rate of +0.671. England occupies the third spot with 9 wins, taking 19 points and a commendable net run rate of +1.139. New Zealand managed to secure 8 victories, gaining 18 points, while Pakistan, struggling with 8 wins out of 21 matches, has earned 16 points. India displayed strong performances, winning 7 out of 9 games, accumulating 15 points, and a net run rate of +0.948. West Indies, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Ireland faced mixed outcomes with 6, 5, 4, and 0 wins respectively. West Indies achieved 14 points, while Sri Lanka and Bangladesh garnered 14 and 13 points respectively. Ireland, yet to secure a win, stands at the bottom with 2 points. With various teams showcasing diverse performances, the competition remains vibrant as teams look to qualify for the upcoming ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2025, aiming to strengthen their positions in the standings.

How are team positioned for 2025 Women's ODI World Cup - ICC Women's Championship?
How are team positioned for 2025 Women’s ODI World Cup – ICC Women’s Championship?

In the ICC Women’s Championship standings, the Top 6 teams and the hosts India will qualify directly for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2025. With various teams showcasing diverse performances, the competition remains vibrant as teams look to qualify for the upcoming ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2025, aiming to strengthen their positions in the standings. Each team will be playing 8 3-match ODI series in 3 years 2022-25, consisting of 4 Home series and 4 Away series for each team. Following is the current situation of all the teams for the recent series played and going to be played.

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Teams

Matches

Won

Loss

Tied

N/R

Points

NRR

1

AUS-W

18

13

3

0

2

28

2.002

2

SA-W

18

11

6

0

1

23

0.671

3

ENG-W

15

9

5

0

1

19

1.139

4

NZ-W

18

8

8

0

2

18

0.392

5

PAK-W

21

8

13

0

0

16

– 0.456

6

IND-W

9

7

1

1

0

15

0.948

7

WI-W

15

6

7

0

2

14

– 0.776

8

SL-W

18

5

9

0

4

14

-1.021

9

BAN-W

18

4

9

1

4

13

– 1.178

10

IRE-W

12

0

10

0

2

2

– 1.021

Each team is slated to play eight 3-match ODI series in 3 years from 2022/23-25, consisting of 4 home series and as many away series. Following are the current standings of all the teams.

TEAMS

HOME 

AWAY

1]

AUSTRALIA

PAK (JAN 2023) (3-0)

WI (OCT 2023) (2-0)

SA (FEB 2024) (2-1)

IND (DEC 2024) 3 ODIs

ENG (JULY 2023) (1-2)

IRE (JULY 2023) (2-0)

BAN (MAR 2024) (3-0)

NZ (OCT 2024) 3 ODIs

2]

ENGLAND

IND (SEPT 2022) (0-3)

AUS (JULY 2023) (2-1)

SL (SEPT 2023) (2-0)

PAK (MAY 2024) 3 ODIs

WI (DEC 2022) (3-0)

NZ (APR 2024) (2-1)

IRE (SEPT 2024) 3 ODIs

SA (DEC 2024) 3 ODIs

3]

SOUTH AFRICA

NZ (SEPT-OCT 2023) (2-1)

BAN (DEC 2023) (2-1)

SL (APR 2024) (1-1)

ENG (DEC 2024) 3 ODIs

IRE (JUNE 2022) (3-0)

PAK (SEPT 2023) (2-1)

AUS (FEB 2024) (1-2)

IND (JULY 2024) 3 ODIs

4]

NEW ZEALAND

BAN (DEC 2022) (1-0)

PAK (DEC 2023) (2-0)

ENG (APR 2024) (1-2)

AUS (OCT 2024*) 3 ODIs

WI (SEPT 2022) (2-1)

SL (JUNE-JULY 2023) (1-2)

SA (SEPT 2023) (1-2)

IND (TBA)

5]

INDIA

SA (JULY 2024) 3 ODIs

NZ(TBA)

WI (TBA)

IRE (TBA)

SL (JULY 2022) (3-0)

ENG (SEPT 2022) (3-0)

BAN (JULY 2023) (1-1)

AUS (DEC 2024) 3 ODIs

6]

WEST INDIES

NZ (SEPT 2022) (1-2)

ENG (DEC 2022) (0-3)

IRE (JULY 2023) (2-0)

BAN (TBA)

AUS (OCT 2023) (0-2)

PAK (APR 2024) (3-0)

IND (TBA)

SL (TBA)

7]

SRI LANKA

IND (JULY 2022) (0-3)

BAN (MAY 2023) (1-0)

NZ (JUNE 2023) (2-1)

WI (TBA)

PAK (JUNE 2022) (1-2)

ENG (SEPT 2023) (0-2)

SA (APR 2024) (1-1)

IRE (AUG 2024) 3 ODIs

8]

BANGLADESH

IND (JULY 2023) (1-1)

PAK (NOV 2023) (1-1)

AUS (MAR 2024) (0-3)

IRE (TBA)

NZ (DEC 2022) (0-1)

SL (MAY 2023) (0-1)

SA (DEC 2023) (1-2)

WI (TBA)

9]

PAKISTAN

SL (JUNE 2022) (2-1)

IRE (NOV 2022) (3-0)

SA (SEPT 2023) (1-2)

WI (APR 2024) (0-3)

AUS (JAN 2023) (0-3)

BAN (NOV 2023) (1-1)

NZ (DEC 2023) (0-2)

ENG (MAY 2024) 3 ODIs

10]

IRELAND

SA (JUNE 2022) (0-3)

AUS (JULY 2023) (0-2)

SL (AUG 2024) 3 ODIs

ENG (SEPT 2024) 3 ODIs

WI (JUNE 2022) (0-2)

PAK (NOV 2022) (0-3)

IND (TBA)

BAN (TBA)

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