Chevrons aim to seal series victory over Ireland

The Chronicle

Innocent Kurira, sports journalist
THE Chevrons have the opportunity to win a series and move up the ranks of the ICC World Cup Super League standings provided they win against Ireland at Civil Service Cricket Club in Belfast, Northern Ireland today. hui.

The two teams face off in the last of three one-day international matches currently underway in Ireland. Zimbabwe won the first ODI by 38 points before the second game was called off.

Zimbabwe collected 25 points in both ODIs, moving up from one place to 12th place in the newspaper’s standings.

The Chevrons have been at the bottom of the table for some time and will look to make further bullish movement on the table.

The Super League ICC is a new ODI competition, which takes place over two years and aims to raise the stakes in bilateral matches to over 50. In its first edition, the Super League will help decide which teams will qualify for the World Cup. ICC 2023 men’s cricket event in India.

The 13 Super League teams include 12 full members from ICC and the Netherlands, who qualified by winning the 2015-17 ICC Cricket World Championship.

In the Super League, the teams will play eight series of three matches each, four at home and four away. Each team gets 10 points for a win, five for a draw, no results or abandonment and nothing for a loss.

Teams that fail to qualify directly will always get a second chance in qualifying.

India is hosting the World Cup and the top seven teams in the Super League will automatically qualify, with the bottom five playing in a qualifying tournament, which will feature the top teams from the lower echelons of the competition. – @innocentskizoe

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