With the completion of all matches in the Pool stage of the World Cup tournament, the final six teams that will enter into the Super Six stage have now been decided.
The Super Six stage begins on March 7 with the Australia v Sri
Lanka match and ends March 15 with the Australia v Kenya match. The fourt teasm with the highest points tally at the end of the Super Six stage then go on to play in the semi-finals scheduled for the 18th and 20th of March, with the two winners of these matches to meet in the World Cup final on March 23.
The six teams that have qualified for the Super Six stage of the tournament will advance with the points gained during Pool matches as shown below.
A win against other qualifiers = 4 points for each win - A tie or no result = 2 points each
A win against non-qualifiers = 1 point for each win - A tie or no result = 0.5 of a point each
Below is the Super Six Table based on the new calculations obtained from the matches played during the Pool stage.