In the majority of leagues around the world, 3 points for a win, 1 for a draw and 0 for a loss. There are some special competitions which do it differently, but they are quite rare.
there's no limit of the number of runs you can score in a test match.....
Regular match (2 sets): 48 points.
Grand Slam (3 sets): 72 points.
the team gets 3 points for each win
as many as you can in the time limit.
Teams in the world cup get three points for a win and a single point for each draw.
They would be considered World Champions, but not necessarily ranked number one in the World, each team gets points for how many matches they win so winning the seven matches to win the World Cup would get them a lot of points.
Spain have won 1 game in a world cup so far but lost 1 So Spain have 3 points in the world cup so far in the 2010 world cup
500 minus however many points they have
8000000000000000000(they did really good)
Not sure about football but in mountain biking the world cup is a multiple race competition where points are awarded for each race and the competitor with the most points at the end is the winner. In contrast a world championship consists of a single race.
Both Teams Get 1point each if you win you get 3points if you loose no points !
it's based on points. 3 for a win, 0 for a loss, 1 to each team for a draw.