ICC Test Team Rankings: India again became number one in Test rankings, ‘kingdom’ snatched from Australian team
Latest ICC Men Test Team Rankings: Team India has once again achieved the reign of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in the Test team rankings. India has defeated the Australian team.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has released the Test team rankings on Tuesday. Team India has benefited in the latest rankings and has achieved the kingship. India has recently named number one by beating Australia. India has four rating points higher than Australia. India has 115 rating points while Australia (in second place) has 111 rating points. India last played a Test series against Bangladesh in December, in which it whitewashed 2-0. At the same time, the Australian team took the field against South Africa in the last Test series. Australia won the three match series 2–0. One match ended in a draw.
This is the test ranking of England-New Zealand team
England has been playing Test cricket aggressively for some time now. England is in third place. He has 106 rating points. New Zealand recently had a two-Test series draw against Pakistan. New Zealand has 100 rating points. Kiwi team is at number four. South Africa (85 rating) and West Indies (79 rating) are at fifth and sixth position respectively. Pakistan is at the seventh position with 77 rating points. It is followed by Sri Lanka (71 rating), Bangladesh (46 rating) and Zimbabwe (25 rating).
Indian team has this big opportunity
The Indian team has a big chance to capture the number one crown in all three formats. Apart from Tests, India is also at number one position in T20 International team rankings. If India manages to win the upcoming three-match ODI series against New Zealand by 3-0, then it will also reach the first position in the ODI format rankings. India and New Zealand series is going to start in Hyderabad from Wednesday (January 18). New Zealand team is on top in ODIs with 117 ratings. India is at number four with 110 ratings. England (113 rating) is second and Australia (112 rating) is third.