Here is the World T20 Championship 2021-23 points table following the Ashes.
England is at the bottom of the table, with six losses in 10 Tests.
In the Ashes 2022, Australia completely dominated on their home turf, winning the series 4-0 and retaining the Ashes trophy. Following a valiant effort by England to draw the fourth Test at the SCG, another batting collapse has resulted in an 0-4 loss in the five-match Test series. Travis Head’s century in the first innings of the Hobart Test proved decisive, as all Australian batters had struggled.
England needed to bat better, but they were bundled out for 188 in their first innings. Handing the men in yellow a 115-run lead thanks to skipper Pat Cummins’ four-wicket haul. Australia lost a lot of wickets quickly in the second innings, as Mark Wood was finally rewarded with a six-wicket haul for his brilliant spells throughout the series. England was given a 271-point target to chase, which was always going to be difficult against the pink ball.
The all-rounder chipped in with three quick wickets, and the same old story of England’s batting collapse played out. Cummins, Boland, and Green all took three wickets, and the hosts went on to win the Test by 146 runs.
How does the World T20 table look following the 5th Ashes Test?
Surprisingly, both Australia and England have retained their second and ninth places in the points table. Australia now has 52 points and a win percentage of 86.67, while England has 10 points and a win percentage of 9.25. England has received 10 penalty points so far for maintaining a low over rate, while Australia is playing its first World Test Championship series.
Meanwhile, the recently concluded Test series between India and South Africa saw the visitors drop to fifth place. While the Proteas moved one position above them with a 2-1 series victory. Sri Lanka continues to lead the table with a win percentage of 100, and they have won both Tests so far.