ICC Test Rankings: Great news, Virat Kohli’s team India finishes April Month as No. 1 test team in ICC Test rankings: In a great recognition for the Indian test team, Virat Kohli’s team India maintained their position as No. 1 Test side in ICC Rankings released on 3rd May. India’s World Test Championship final opponent New Zealand is at No. 2 spot, while Australia at No. 3 & England at No. 4th spot in the latest rankings.
ICC Rankings – India No. 1 Test Team: India registered a comfortable 3-1 victory in the Test series against England and topped the ICC Test rankings with 120 points, two points ahead of New Zealand. Before that, India created history by retaining the Border-Gavaskar Trophy with a historic 2-1 Test series victory in Australia.
Australia are currently ranked 3rd with 113 points while England is 4th with 106 points. Pakistan is at No. 5 position with 90 points while South Africa is ranked 6th followed by Sri Lanka and the West Indies test sides.
ICC Test Rankings: Great news, Virat Kohli’s team India finishes April Month as No. 1 test team in ICC Test rankings
India is due to play New Zealand in the World Test Championship final in June. If Kohli’s team can win the finals as well, India can further extend their lead at the top.
ICC ODI Rankings: New Zealand is world’s No.1 ODI team, Check where India stands in ODI Team Rankings
ICC Rankings: New Zealand have replaced reigning World champions England as the number one ranked side in the ODI rankings but England have consolidated their position at the top of the T20I table after the annual update carried out on Monday.
These updates eliminate results from 2017-18 and halve the weighting of matches played in 2019-20 which includes the 2019 World Cup.
New Zealand, who defeated Bangladesh 3-0 in their only ODI series during the past year, have advanced two slots in the MRF Tyres ICC Men’s ODI Team Rankings after gaining three rating points to reach an aggregate of 121. Australia are second with 118 points while India and England are both on 115, the former ahead on decimal points.