You are here: Home » Current Affairs » News » Sports

India 3rd in ICC ODI standings, Kohli 2nd in batting chart

Besides Kohli, Rohit Sharma (7th) and Shikhar Dhawan (8th) were the other Indians in the batting list

Away from the 50-over format for a while, were placed third while mainstay held the second position in the batting chart in the latest (ICC) rankings released in Dubai on Friday.

were positioned third with 110 points behind (124) and (113).

With 813 points in his kitty, was only behind South African talisman and a place ahead of another experienced Proteas in the batting list.

Besides Kohli, (7th) and (8th) were the other Indians in the batting list dominated by the South Africans and the Asian giants.

No Indian bowler featured in the chart, and there was no one from the country in the allrounder list as well.

As far as future team movement is concerned, fourth-ranked have a chance to climb up to second position in the rankings when they host number-one ranked world champions in a five-match series from September 30 to October 12.

While and will aim to consolidate their current positions, Bangladesh, the and will target to improve their rankings.

World champion is currently on 124 points and without an immediate threat to its top ranking with second on 113 points.

But a series win for South Africa, who are a fraction of a point behind India, against could help them move ahead of the reigning Champions Trophy winner. A 3-2 series win will put in third position on 112 points, while a 4-1 series win will lift it to second position on 114 points.

For Australia, a 3-2 series win will maintain their current 124 points with a maximum drop to 118 points in the case of a 5-0 series whitewash. Even if they also loses their preceding one-off match to Ireland and get blanked by South Africa, will retain number-one position at 116 points with behind it on decimal points.

image
Business Standard
177 22
Business Standard

India 3rd in ICC ODI standings, Kohli 2nd in batting chart

Besides Kohli, Rohit Sharma (7th) and Shikhar Dhawan (8th) were the other Indians in the batting list

Press Trust of India  |  Dubai 

Virat Kohli
Indian test cricket team captain, Virat Kohli

Away from the 50-over format for a while, were placed third while mainstay held the second position in the batting chart in the latest (ICC) rankings released in Dubai on Friday.

were positioned third with 110 points behind (124) and (113).

With 813 points in his kitty, was only behind South African talisman and a place ahead of another experienced Proteas in the batting list.

Besides Kohli, (7th) and (8th) were the other Indians in the batting list dominated by the South Africans and the Asian giants.

No Indian bowler featured in the chart, and there was no one from the country in the allrounder list as well.

As far as future team movement is concerned, fourth-ranked have a chance to climb up to second position in the rankings when they host number-one ranked world champions in a five-match series from September 30 to October 12.

While and will aim to consolidate their current positions, Bangladesh, the and will target to improve their rankings.

World champion is currently on 124 points and without an immediate threat to its top ranking with second on 113 points.

But a series win for South Africa, who are a fraction of a point behind India, against could help them move ahead of the reigning Champions Trophy winner. A 3-2 series win will put in third position on 112 points, while a 4-1 series win will lift it to second position on 114 points.

For Australia, a 3-2 series win will maintain their current 124 points with a maximum drop to 118 points in the case of a 5-0 series whitewash. Even if they also loses their preceding one-off match to Ireland and get blanked by South Africa, will retain number-one position at 116 points with behind it on decimal points.

RECOMMENDED FOR YOU

India 3rd in ICC ODI standings, Kohli 2nd in batting chart

Besides Kohli, Rohit Sharma (7th) and Shikhar Dhawan (8th) were the other Indians in the batting list

Besides Kohli, Rohit Sharma (7th) and Shikhar Dhawan (8th) were the other Indians in the batting list
Away from the 50-over format for a while, were placed third while mainstay held the second position in the batting chart in the latest (ICC) rankings released in Dubai on Friday.

were positioned third with 110 points behind (124) and (113).

With 813 points in his kitty, was only behind South African talisman and a place ahead of another experienced Proteas in the batting list.

Besides Kohli, (7th) and (8th) were the other Indians in the batting list dominated by the South Africans and the Asian giants.

No Indian bowler featured in the chart, and there was no one from the country in the allrounder list as well.

As far as future team movement is concerned, fourth-ranked have a chance to climb up to second position in the rankings when they host number-one ranked world champions in a five-match series from September 30 to October 12.

While and will aim to consolidate their current positions, Bangladesh, the and will target to improve their rankings.

World champion is currently on 124 points and without an immediate threat to its top ranking with second on 113 points.

But a series win for South Africa, who are a fraction of a point behind India, against could help them move ahead of the reigning Champions Trophy winner. A 3-2 series win will put in third position on 112 points, while a 4-1 series win will lift it to second position on 114 points.

For Australia, a 3-2 series win will maintain their current 124 points with a maximum drop to 118 points in the case of a 5-0 series whitewash. Even if they also loses their preceding one-off match to Ireland and get blanked by South Africa, will retain number-one position at 116 points with behind it on decimal points.
image
Business Standard
177 22

Upgrade To Premium Services

Welcome User

Business Standard is happy to inform you of the launch of "Business Standard Premium Services"

As a premium subscriber you get an across device unfettered access to a range of services which include:

  • Access Exclusive content - articles, features & opinion pieces
  • Weekly Industry/Genre specific newsletters - Choose multiple industries/genres
  • Access to 17 plus years of content archives
  • Set Stock price alerts for your portfolio and watch list and get them delivered to your e-mail box
  • End of day news alerts on 5 companies (via email)
  • NEW: Get seamless access to WSJ.com at a great price. No additional sign-up required.
 

Premium Services

In Partnership with

 

Dear Guest,

 

Welcome to the premium services of Business Standard brought to you courtesy FIS.
Kindly visit the Manage my subscription page to discover the benefits of this programme.

Enjoy Reading!
Team Business Standard