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    India strengthen World Test Championship final chances with series sweep over Bangladesh

    Dominant India consolidate their position in the ICC World Test Championship standings with a sensational win over Bangladesh in the Dhaka Test.

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    India strengthen World Test Championship final chances with series sweep over Bangladesh

    World Test Championship

    Dominant India consolidate their position in the ICC World Test Championship standings with a sensational win over Bangladesh in the Dhaka Test.

    SCORECARD: Bangladesh v India, 2nd Test

    India soared to the No.3 spot on the World Test Championship standings following their victory in the first Test against Bangladesh in Chattogram, and further up to No.2 after South Africa lost to Australia in Brisbane last week.

    A victory in Dhaka has resulted in India strengthening their second position, with their win-percentage improving from 55.77 to 58.93. Australia are at the top of the table while South Africa (54.55%) and Sri Lanka (53.33%) are right behind India at No.3 and 4 respectively.

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    India resumed Day 4 on 45/4, needing 100 more runs to seal victory in Dhaka and a series sweep. Early in the day, ace spinner Shakib Al Hasan trapped Jaydev Unadkat in front, sending the India batter back for 13. Wickets continued to fall as the visitors lost two more wickets in quick succession.

    Off-spinner Mehidy Hasan Miraz bowled beautifully to claim two big wickets in two consecutive overs – Rishabh Pant and Axar Patel – and also completed a five-for. While Pant was dismissed LBW for 9, Axar, who was holding the fort from the other end, in an attempt to play a defensive shot was bowled after the ball clipped the pads and disturbed the leg stump.

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    India still had able batters in Shreyas Iyer and Ravichandran Ashwin to take them across the line. The two batters batted with caution and took their time as they kept rotating the strike. After settling in nicely, they started batting aggressively, finding gaps regularly.

    Soon, their partnership crossed the 50-run mark with India needing only 20 runs to win. At this stage, it looked like India's game and it eventually turned out to be one.

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    The duo chased down the total in the morning session, helping India seal a three-wicket win.

    India's next World Test Championship assignment is against Australia, a four-match series at home in February-March.

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    What India, Australia, South Africa need to do to make the World Test Championship final

    Pakistan's chances of finishing in the top two of the points table have taken a massive hit

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    What India, Australia, South Africa need to do to make the World Test Championship final

    Pakistan's chances of finishing in the top two of the points table have taken a massive hit

    S Rajesh 12-Dec-2022

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    After these two defeats against England, do Pakistan have any chance of making it to the WTC final?

    The two home defeats have badly dented Pakistan's hopes of qualifying for the final. With only three Tests left in this cycle (one against England in Karachi and two home games against New Zealand), the maximum that they can finish on is 54.76%. It is very likely that at least two teams will finish with higher percentages.

    For example, Australia, currently table-toppers on 75%, need only 20 points from their remaining seven Tests to ensure that they end up higher than 54.76; they can get those points with a win and two draws. India, who are on 52.08% with six Tests to play, need 44 more points, which they can get with three wins and two draws.

    South Africa, currently second on the WTC table at 60%, need 28 more points (two wins and a draw) from their five remaining Tests to stay above Pakistan. Sri Lanka have a tough assignment in New Zealand coming up, but a 1-0 series win will ensure they can finish with a higher percentage than 54.76.

    It is highly likely that at least two of these four teams will get the points required to push Pakistan out of contention.

    What do India need to do to ensure qualification?

    India are currently fourth on the points table, but if they win each of their remaining six Tests - two against Bangladesh and four against Australia - then their percentage will rise to 68.06, which will surely be enough for a top-two finish (Australia's numbers will drop if they lose four to India).

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    If India finish with a 5-1 win-loss record, their percentage will be a healthy 62.5, which will still ensure qualification as both Australia and South Africa can't go past that number. However, if they lose two, their percentage will drop to 56.94, which will leave them relying on other results.

    Have Australia already qualified?

    Australia are comfortably on top of the table at 75%, but they still have some work to do before they are certain of qualifying: if they lose each of their remaining seven matches in this cycle, their percentage will drop to 47.37.

    That said, Australia do have an opportunity to seal their qualification before they embark on what could be a potentially difficult tour of India: if they win all three home Tests against South Africa, they will finish with a minimum percentage of 63.16 even if they lose all four against India. That will ensure a top-two finish, as only India can finish higher.

    What are South Africa's chances of qualifying?

    South Africa are currently second on the points table, with two series to play - three Tests in Australia, and two at home against West Indies next year. If they win their home Tests but lose all of their away Tests, they will drop to 53.33. Hence, they need at least one win in Australia: a 1-2 series defeat followed by a 2-0 series win will lift them to 60%, which will keep them in contention.

    Are Sri Lanka still in it?

    Sri Lanka are currently on 53.33%, with just two away Tests in New Zealand to go in this cycle. If they win both, their score will rise to 61.11; if the series finishes 1-1, it will drop marginally to 52.78. Thus they will probably need two wins to stay in contention.

    What about England, West Indies, New Zealand?

    Despite England's fantastic run under Ben Stokes, with eight wins in their last nine Tests, England are not in the race. They only have one Test remaining in the current cycle, and even if they win that, they will end up on 46.97%. That's because they had a wretched first half of a campaign: in their first 12 Tests of this cycle, they lost seven, drew four, and won only one.

    West Indies can finish with a maximum of 50%, while the New Zealand can go up to 48.72% if they win their last four Tests.

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    Updated World Test Championship Points Table: India Retain Second Spot After Series Win Over Bangladesh

    With the win, India boosted their chances of reaching the World Test Championship final, which will be played next year

    Updated World Test Championship Points Table: India Retain Second Spot After Series Win Over Bangladesh

    Updated World Test Championship Points Table: India Retain Second Spot After Series Win Over Bangladesh With the win, India boosted their chances of reaching the World Test Championship final, which will be played next year

    India also retain second spot after beating Bangladesh in second Test.

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    India on Sunday defeated Bangladesh by three wickets in the second Test in Mirpur to win the two-match series 2-0. Chasing a target of 145, India had resumed play on Day 4 at 45/4. The visitors lost three early wickets on Day 4, with Mehidy Hasan Miraz completing his 9th five-wicket haul. Bangladesh seemed to be in control of the proceedings, but Shreyas Iyer and Ravichandran Ashwin stitched an unbeaten 71-run stand to take India across the finishing line. With the win, India boosted their chances of reaching the World Test Championship final, which will be played next year.

    Here's how the updated World Test Championship points table looks like:

    Australia, ahead of their Boxing-Day Test against South Africa, sit top of the table with a win percentage of 76.92. The Pat Cummins-led side has played 13 games so far, winning nine of them.

    India also retain the second spot, following their series win over Bangladesh. They have a win percentage of 58.93.

    South Africa also remain third in the table, ahead of the second Test against Australia, which starts on Monday, December 26, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. They have a win percentage of 54.55.

    Sri Lanka are fourth with a win percentage of 53.33.

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    England are fifth in the table after clean sweeping Pakistan 3-0. The Ben Stokes-led side has a win percentage of 46.97.

    With a win percentage of 40.91, West Indies are behind England on sixth.

    Pakistan and New Zealand, who will be squaring off in a two-match Test series, starting from December 26, are seventh and eighth with win percentages of 38.89 and 25.93, respectively.

    Bangladesh remain bottom due to a poor win percentage of 11.11.

    India's next World Test Championship assignment is against Australia, a four-match series at home in February-March.

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