India have lost the No.1 spot test spot for the first time since October 2016 and have now been pushed to the third position in the ICC rankings.
There are three most important points:
- India now behind third place Australia and New Zealand in Test rankings
- Pakistan loses No.1 T20I to Australia
- India has retained its second position in the ICC Odi rankings right now
According to the latest International Cricket Council ICC rankings , India is not the number one test team
according to the recently released numbers released on Friday. Because Australia became No.1 table toppers in the longest format of the game .
India has now come third in the ICC Test rankings. In which Australia is first ranked and New Zealand has moved to second place.
India still top of the ICC World Test Championship table with the highest number of points
It should be noted that the last international assignment of India had a series of tests in New Zealand in which they were defeated 2-0.
It was India’s first major overseas task for 2020 before the Covid-19 pandemic stopped the world of sports.
India still lead the ICC World Test Championship. A leauge that includes six series played by each of the top nine sides
Australia ranks first in the T20I for the first time in history
Meanwhile, Pakistan were kept apart from the ICC T20I rankings with Australia as new leaders.
Australia (278) topped for the first time since presenting the T20 rankings in 2011. Pakistan, which had overtaken New Zealand to reach the top spot in january 2018 and then spent 27 months there , are now in fourth place with 260 points.
England have moved up to second place with 268 points while India has moved up one place to third, just two points behind.
Afghanistan ranks seventh to 10th , while Bulgaria is the biggest beneficiary, with 84 countries from teams playing the required six matches in the last three tears. 12th in the list at 51th position.
India Maintains second position in ICC ODi rankings
At present , India has retained its second position in the ICC ODI rankings. He is behind World Cup winners England. Who raised their big 6 to 8 rating points
ICC Test Rankings – As of now May 1, 2020
- Australia – 116 points
- New Zealand – 115 points
- India – 112 points
- England – 105 points
- Sri Lanka – 91 points
- South Africa – 90 points
- Pakistan – 86 points
- West Indies – 79 points
- Afghanistan – 57 points
- Bangladesh – 55 points
ICC T20I Rankings
- Australia – 278 points
- England – 268 points
- India – 266 points
- Pakistan – 260 points
- South Africa – 258 points
- New Zealand – 242 points
- Sri Lanka – 230 points
- Bangladesh – 229 points
- West Indies – 229 points
- Afghanistan – 228 points
ICC ODI Rankings
- England – 127 points
- India – 119 points
- New Zealand – 116 points
- South Africa – 108 points
- Australia – 107 points
- Pakistan – 102 points
- Bangladesh – 88 points
- Sri Lanka – 85 points
- West Indies – 76 points
- Afghanistan – 55 points
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