India maintains its No. 1 position in the ICC T20I rankings, while Australia leads in Tests and New Zealand leads in One-Day Internationals. India, led by new captain Rohit Sharma, finished the 2021-22 season as the world’s top-ranked T20 team after a string of impressive home performances. But they trailed Australia by nine points in the annual Test rankings released by the ICC on Wednesday.
India, led by new captain Rohit Sharma, finished the 2021-22 season as the world’s top-ranked T20 team after a string of impressive home performances. But they trailed Australia by nine points in the annual Test rankings released by the ICC on Wednesday. The ‘Black Caps’ of New Zealand finished the previous season as the world’s No. 1 ODI team, with the deadline set for May 4, 2022. Once the final postpone Test is complete. The England versus India series, which began in 2021, will be include in the rankings.
India maintains its No. 1 position in the ICC T20I rankings
“Australia’s lead over second-placed India has increased from one to nine rating points, while Pakistan has surpassed England to fifth place in the ICC Men’s Test Team Rankings following the annual update carried out today,” according to an ICC release.
“India has gained a point to move to 119, while England has dropped nine points as their 4-1 series win over India in 2018 has been dropped from the rankings. England’s 88 rating points are the lowest they’ve had since 1995 “the release added
Australia, which defeated England 4-0 in the Ashes in January, has risen from 119 to 128 rating points in the annual update, which excludes the 2018-19 season and includes all series completed since May 2019.
Series completed prior to May 2021 are now weighted at 50%, with subsequent series weighted at 100%.
India maintains their lead in Twenty20 Internationals, increasing their lead over second-placed England from one to five points. South Africa and Australia have surpassed New Zealand, which is now ranked sixth. Similarly, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have surpassed Afghanistan (10th).
New Zealand remains number one in the updated ODI rankings, but their lead over England has shrunk from three to one point. The difference between England and third-placed Australia has grown from seven to seventeen points.