About ICC Cricket World Cup League 2
The ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 is a men's One Day International (ODI) cricket competition that serves as part of the qualification pathway for the ICC Cricket World Cup. It is designed to provide a structure for Associate Member teams to play regular international cricket and to increase their chances of qualifying for the World Cup.
The competition involves seven teams: Papua New Guinea, Scotland, Oman, Nepal, UAE, Namibia, and the United States. Each team plays a total of 36 ODIs over a period of two-and-a-half years, with each team playing four series of three matches against each of the other teams. The top three teams at the end of the competition qualify for the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier, which is the final stage of the World Cup qualification process.
The ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 was introduced in 2019 as part of the new World Cup qualification structure. The competition is intended to provide greater opportunities for Associate Member teams to play competitive cricket and to increase the competitiveness of the World Cup.
Overall, the ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 is an important part of the global cricketing landscape, providing a structured pathway for Associate Member teams to qualify for the World Cup and to further develop their skills and competitiveness in the sport of cricket.
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