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CPL 2016 Points table: Playoffs Team Standings in Caribbean Premier League

Finally the day the has arrived for which all the cricket fans are waiting for. From 29th June 2016 the Caribbean Premier league is starting and today the CPL 2016 Points table will get its first update. The first match will be played between Trinbago Knight Riders and St. Lucia Zouks at Port of Spain, Trinidad. This year too 6 teams will be participating in the tournament and out of only 4 will get tickets to the next round. The team will be shortlisted with the help of the points table.

 

CPL 2016 Points table

In the league stage each team will play 10 T20 matches. For every win 2 points will be rewarded to the winning team and zero points to the losing team. For a tie match, 1 point to the both the team. Net run rate is always a crucial part in such tournaments as it will decide the team standing if the points of two or more teams are equal. So the captain of each franchises will have an eye on this too while playing the matches. Bigger the difference in the win, higher will be the NRR.

In the CPL T20 2016, Total 34 matches are to be played out of which 30 will be of the league stage in which each team will play 10 games. At the end of the league stage the Caribbean Premier league 2016 points table will decide the four teams going to the next round of the tournament i.e. Play-offs just like Indian Premier League. The team having highest points will be placed on the top and if some of the teams having equal points then the one having better NRR will be place above than the other ones.

Here is the team standing of the tournament :-

CPL T20 2016 Points Table

TeamsMWLTPTSNRR
Guyana Amazon Warriors
Guyana amazon warriors
1007030014+0.120
Jamaica Tallawahs
Jamaica tallawahs
1006030113+0.704
ST Lucia Zouks
St. Lucia zouks
1006040012+0.337
Trinbago Knight Riders
trinbago knight riders
1005050010-0.065
Barbados Tridents
tridents barbados
1003060107-0.267
ST Kitts & Nevis Patriots
St Kitts & Nevis patriots
1002080004-0.772

Also Have a look: CPL T20 Winners and Runner-up teams

Update (31st June 2016) : Teams which are qualified into the Play-offs of the tournament are  :-

  • Guyana Amazon Warriors
  • Jamaica Tallawahs
  • St Lucia Zouks
  • Trinbago Knight Riders

CPL 2016 Playoffs Points table & Team Standings :-

  • 1st Playoff – Jamaica Tallawahs vs Guyana Amazon Warriors

GAW won the match and Jumped into the finals of CPL 2016

  • 2nd Playoff: St Lucia Zouks vs Trinbago Knight Riders 

TKR won the match by 5 wickets

  • 3rd Playoff: Jamaica Tallawahs vs Trinbago Knight Riders

Jamaica Tallawahs won the match by 17 runs (D/L method)

  • Grand Finale: Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Jamaica Tallawahs

Jamaica Tallawahs won the CPL 2016 title by 9 wickets & became the first team to lift the trophy twice.

We are updating our table after each and every match, So keep visiting this page for clear picture of  team standings of CPL T20 2016.

5 comments

  1. n the whole the cricket was good: exciting, no. Only the second Guyana/Tridents match had some sauce. It seems that most of the teams were just too laid back. The atmosphere, however, at the Stadium was refreshing. People seemed to have had a great time. But, the numerous complaints I overheard was that the teams were not trying their very best. I personally, at times, took a nap. I hope in the future CPL games will be brought to the USA, and play would be more invigorating.

  2. The four teams that qualified; any is good enough to win the tournament. They all have played a mixed bag of cricket. Sometimes they were hot, sometimes they were cold. But the winners will be the one that endure to the end. The team that can put it all together at the end will be the ultimate winners. Good luck to all teams.

  3. Jamaica Tallawah all the way

  4. This is typical Trinidad Knight Riders. Known for slow start, but once winding up as they are now, they will be hard to beat in all of their remaining matches.

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