India and Pakistan both won the first test, yet how is Team India ahead in the WTC points table? Bad condition of Aus-Eng


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Pakistan behind India in points table
The condition of Australia and England is also bad

New Delhi. Pakistan registered a great victory on Thursday by defeating Sri Lanka in the first Test. He won this match by 4 wickets. Team India also defeated West Indies badly in the first test. As we know it is a part of the World Test Championship 2023-2025. In such a situation, all the teams are putting a lot of effort. Despite both Pakistan and India winning their first Test, how is Team India number one? Let’s understand.

Team India is at the first position in the points table of the World Test Championship. He has achieved this special achievement by defeating the West Indies. Team India currently has 12 points in its account. They have won 1 match so far and the win percentage is 100. Something similar has happened with Pakistan as well. He also has 12 points and a winning percentage of 100 in his account.

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What is the real reason?
Actually, the thing is that India had defeated West Indies by a huge margin. He had finished the match even before the end of the day. At the same time Pakistani team definitely won but they won on the last day and that too by just 4 wickets. Due to the victory by a small margin, Pakistan’s team has come at number two.

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Australia and England behind
When the Australian team won the first 2 matches of the Ashes 2023, it was in the first place. They have won 2 out of 3 matches. He has a total of 22 points in his account and a winning percentage of 61.11. The same England team has registered 1 win out of 3 matches. He is at the fourth position with 10 points. Currently the fourth Test is being played between Australia and England.

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