ICC Test Rankings: Team India again became number 1, Australia’s ‘game over’ before WTC Final

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New Delhi, Just before the World Test Championship, Australia’s Test reign has come to an end. In fact in the ICC Test rankings Team India Has captured the number 1 chair by defeating him. In the latest ICC Test rankings, Team India reached the top and the Australian team slipped to second place. Australia’s team remained the number 1 Test team for the last 15 months, although the Indian team ended its journey.

Let us tell you that both India and Australia have reached the final of the World Test Championship. The title match will be played between the two from June 7. The match will be held at The Oval ground in London. Before this title match, Team India’s reaching the number 1 position is like a big victory for him. Obviously this will boost the morale of Team India.

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India on top of Test

Let us tell you that the Indian team has reached number 1 with 121 rating points. While Australia has 116 rating points and is in second place. England is in third place with 114 points. South Africa is in fourth place. New Zealand is in fifth place. Pakistan’s team is at number six. Sri Lanka on 7th, West Indies on 8th, Bangladesh on 9th and Zimbabwe on 10th.

Why was the kingdom of Australia snatched away?

Now the question is, how suddenly the kingdom of Australia was snatched away? Team India didn’t play any Test, then how did it become number one? In fact, the ICC has released this annual ranking, in which the series from May 2020 to May 2022 has been kept as the basis. Under this, Team India’s rating points are high and it has gone ahead of Australia. Australia’s rating fell from 121 to 116 and Team India became number 1.

Number 1 Team India in T20 as well

Not only Test, Team India is also number in T20 rankings. The Indian team occupies the first position with 267 rating points. England has 259 rating points and is at number two. New Zealand is third, Pakistan fourth and South Africa fifth.

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