Posted on: May 1, 2020 Posted by: Rushik Gajjar Comments: 0
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Today, In time of corona pandemic situation, there is no match played due to COVID-19 since few weeks. List of ranking is came out by ICC.

ICC share a list of test ranking of men`s cricket.

India have been come down from top of Test rankings for the first time since October 2016 and with Australia taking over as the top-ranked with 116 points.

India still lead the ICC World Test Championship, a league comprising six series played by each of the top nine Test sides.

England have goes up into second position with 268 points while India are up one place to third, just two points behind.

India lose top spot for the first time since 2016 : Latest test ranking for teams out 1
No.1 Position of England by 127 points – Next Web News

Australia have gone to the top of the Test and T20I rankings for men. In other hand, England continue to lead the men’s ODI rankings after the annual update carried out by ICC, which eliminates results from 2016-17.

ICC Tweeted : No.1 teams in the worldwide ICC Ranking.

Tests : Australia

ODIs : England

T2OIs : Austalia

Australia taking No. 1 position in T20I for 1st time in history

India lose top spot for the first time since 2016 : Latest test ranking for teams out 2
Australia advance to the top of men’s Test and T20I rankings – Next Web News

On other side, Pakistan have been dethroned in the ICC T20I rankings with Australia taking over as the new leaders.

Australia (278) top the list for the first time since the T20I rankings were introduced in 2011.

India still on top of ICC World Test Championship table :

India still lead the ICC World Test Championship, a league comprising six series played by each of the top nine Test sides.

Surprisingly, India’s last international assignment was a Test series in New Zealand in which they were thrashed 2-0. It was India’s first major overseas assignment of 2020 before the Covid-19 pandemic brought the sporting world to a grinding halt.

South Africa have suffered the biggest rating fall of eight points, which sees them drop below Sri Lanka into sixth place. They had won three series in the period culled, while they have lost eight of their nine Tests since February 2019, playing against Sri Lanka, India and England.

Afghanistan are down from seventh to 10th while Bulgaria are the biggest gainers, up 12 places to 51st in the 84-country list of teams that played the requisite six matches in the past three years.

When the global T20I rankings were launched 12 months ago, there were 80 ranked teams. Since then seven teams have joined the table (Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Romania and Turkey), while three countries (France, Isle of Man and France) have lost their rankings having played insufficient matches.

MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings (as of 1 May 2020, following the annual update):

With only two points separating them, this is the second closest the top three teams have been since the Test rankings were launched in 2003. The closest for the top three teams was in January 2016, when India had led Australia and South Africa by a single point.

RankTeamPoints
1Australia116 (+8)
2New Zealand115 (+5)
3India114 (-2)
4England105 (-)
5Sri Lanka91 (-)
6South Africa90 (-8)
7Pakistan86 (+1)
8West Indies79 (-2)
9Bangladesh55 (-5)
10Zimbabwe18 (+1)
Table of Test Ranking men`s Teams – Next Web News

Note : *Afghanistan (57) and Ireland (0) have Test status but have not played enough matches to figure on the rankings table

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