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Australia cements No.1 in Test Rankings

Australia has fortified its case similar to the best group on the planet in the wake of broadening its lead at the highest point of the MRF Tires ICC Men’s Test Team Rankings.

The ICC delivered their yearly update of the rankings on Wednesday and Australia presently leads second-put India by nine with a rating of 128 places.

The new rankings mirror all Test series finished since May 2019, with those finished before May 2021 weighted at the half and the resulting series weighted at 100 percent.

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It is a merited imprint for Pat Cummins’ side, who most as of late guaranteed a 1-0 series win over Pakistan away from home to guarantee they stay at the highest point of the rankings and the World Test Championship.

Australia cements no. 1 in test rankings

India (119 focuses) clutch runner up on the rankings, in front of a tight fight for third between New Zealand (111) and South Africa (110).

The day New Zealand turned into the WTC21 Champions
South Africa shut the hole from 13 to the lone point on the most recent rankings, following a leap in their rating from 102 to 110 places.

Balancing the main five is Pakistan with 93 places, with Babar Azam’s side catapulting past England (88) to grab the fifth spot.

Australia cements no. 1 in test rankings

Britain fell nine focuses from 97 to 88 in the most recent rankings, with new captain Ben Stokes assuming control over a Test side that has won only one Test match over the most recent a year.

That new evaluation is the most reduced mark England has dropped to beginning around 1995, with their 4-1 series triumph over India in 2018 now dropping from the rankings.

Anyway, their rating may as yet work on throughout the next few months, with their delayed Test against India from last year to be held at Edgbaston in July, and the consequence of that match will be remembered for their ongoing rating.

The rankings contain ten groups, with Afghanistan and Ireland yet to play an adequate number of Tests to be incorporated.


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