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T20 World Cup 2021 standings in Super 12 stage

Here’s how the competition is shaping up during the Super 12 stage.

New Zealand v Australia: Warm Up Match - ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021
Marcus Stoinis of Australia hits to the offside during the New Zealand and Australia warm Up Match prior to the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup at on October 18, 2021 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
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Cricket’s T20 World Cup 2021 competition is officially entering the Super 12 stage, where each match carries significance for advancing to the semifinal stage. Scotland, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Namibia advanced to the Super 12 stage out of the preliminary group stage. Here’s how that part of the World Cup played out.

T20 World Cup 2021 Group Stage Final Standings

Group A
1. Sri Lanka, 3-0, 6 points
2. Namibia, 2-1, 4 points
3. Ireland, 1-2, 2 points
4. Netherlands, 0-3, 0 points

Group B
1. Scotland, 3-0, 6 points
2. Bangladesh, 2-1, 4 points
3. Oman, 1-2, 2 points
4. Papau New Guinea

Sri Lanka and Bangladesh advance to the first group of six teams, joining England, Australia, South Africa and West Indies. Scotland and Namibia round out the second group of six with India, Pakistan, New Zealand and Afghanistan. Here’s how the Super 12 stage is shaping up. You can view the full schedule of T20 World Cup matches here.

T20 World Cup 2021 Super 12 Standings

Pool 1

1. England, 4-1, 8 points - SEMIFINALIST
2. Australia, 4-1, 8 points - SEMIFINALIST
3. South Africa, 4-1, 8 points
4. Sri Lanka, 2-3, 4 points
5. West Indies, 1-4, 2 points
6. Bangladesh, 0-5, 0 points

Pool 2

1. Pakistan, 5-0, 10 points - SEMIFINALIST
2. New Zealand, 4-1, 8 points - SEMIFINALIST
3. India, 3-2, 6 points
4. Afghanistan, 2-3, 4 points
5. Namibia, 1-4, 2 points
6. Scotland, 0-5, 0 points

The top seed in Pool 1 will face the second seed from Pool 2 in the semifinal round. The top seed from Pool 2 will face the second seed from Pool 1 in the other semifinal.