How Teams Can Make It To The 2019 World Cup

This chart shows the hierarchy of cricket, at least in terms of the 2019 World Cup qualification.

England

The top seven other teams in the ODI Rankings in September 2017.
Currently: Australia, India, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and the West Indies.

The top two teams in the 2018 ICC World Cup Qualifier, which features:

The bottom four ranked teams in the ODI rankings (currently, Pakistan, Ireland, Zimbabwe & Afghanistan)

The top four teams in the 2015-17 ICC World Cricket League, which features:

Scotland, the UAE, Hong Kong, PNG, the Netherlands, Namibia, Kenya and Nepal

The top two teams in the 2018 ICC WCL Div 2, which features:

4 other teams, and the top two from Div 3, which features:

Canada, Uganda, Malaysia, Singapore, and the top two from Div 4, which features:

Denmark, Italy, Bermuda, the USA, and the top two from Div 5, which features:

Oman, Jersey, Tanzania, Nigeria, and the top two from Div 6, which features:

Guernsey, the Cayman Islands, Vanuatu, Botswana, Suriname, Saudi Arabia, Fiji and Norway.

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