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India, New Zealand Move up Test Ranking


Went up three spots, profiting from having both their 4-0 drubbings - in England in 2011 and in Australia in 2011-12 - dispatched the counts, as the rankings right now consider all Tests from May 2012 onwards. That has helped India increase four focuses, lifting their count from 95 to 99.


Dropped three spots in light of the fact that their 3-0 whipping of England in January 2012 - a period when England was the top-positioned Test group - was dispatched the counts. Pakistan's 1-0 arrangement win against Sri Lanka was likewise in the period which is currently excluded.


Dropped five focuses as their 4-0 win against India - then the top-positioned group - is no more considered.

New Zealand

Didn't increase any positioning focuses, yet profited from different groups dropping focuses, to climb two spots in the table

South Africa have extended their lead at the highest point of the ICC Test Team Rankings, even as India and New Zealand both stimulated upwards to involve three of the main four positions in the table after the most recent yearly redesign. With the outcomes from the 2011-12 season now dropped from counts and results from 2013-14 weighted at 50 percent, South Africa expanded their preference over second-put Australia to 22 rating focuses.

India, however, picked up the most from the overhaul, as it implied that their 4-0 whitewashes on account of England and Australia were no more looked into. The most recent counts had India with four additionally appraising focuses, enough to move them up to fourth in the table, simply behind New Zealand.

In any case, just three positioning focuses separate New Zealand in third and Sri Lanka in seventh. Preceding the yearly redesign, the crevice between the third and seventh-positioned sides was seven focuses.

Britain and Pakistan lost six focuses every, dropping to fifth and 6th individually in the table. This is because of England's 4-0 win over India, and Pakistan's 3-0 range against England among different results in 2011-12 being dropped from the rankings figuring’s.

West Indies, in the interim, increased five positioning focuses to decrease the hole with Sri Lanka from 17 to 12. Bangladesh, in ninth spot, still remains far behind the significant groups; however they figured out how to swell their lead over base positioned Zimbabwe to 34 focuses.

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