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Women’s cricket World Cup 2022 standings

Here’s how the competition is shaping up.

South Africa v England - 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup: Warm Up Match
Heather Knight of England looks on as rain delays play during the 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup warm up match between South Africa and England at Bert Sutcliffe Oval on March 02, 2022 in Lincoln, New Zealand.
Photo by Kai Schwoerer-ICC/ICC via Getty Images

The 2022 women’s cricket World Cup begins March 4, with Australia listed as the favorite to win at DraftKings Sportsbook. England is the defending champion in the event, while New Zealand is the host country.

The competition begins with all eight teams in a single group. Each team will play one match with the others, which means there will be seven group matches for each team at the end of the stage. The top four teams from the group stage will make it to the semifinal round, which is a knockout. The winners of each semifinal will make the final, which is set to take place April 3.

Women’s World Cup 2022 Group Stage Standings

Women’s World Cup standings
1. Australia, 7-0, 14 points
2. South Africa, 5-1, 11 points (one no result)
3. England, 4-3, 8 points
4. West Indies, 3-3, 7 points (one no result)

5. India, 3-4, 6 points
6. New Zealand, 3-4, 6 points
7. Bangladesh, 1-6, 2 points
8. Pakistan, 1-6, 2 points

Women’s World Cup 2022 Knockout Stage

Semifinal 1: Australia vs. West Indies
Semifinal 2: England vs. South Africa

Final: Australia vs. England