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India maintain top position in ICC Test rankings

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retained its top position in Test ranking with 123 points -- a clear six point lead over second placed

The Proteas (117 points) have reduced the gap with to six points while nine points now separate third-ranked from seventh-ranked as per latest release.



The 9th ranked trailing eighth-ranked by six points.

has gained one ranking point while has leaped from 109 to 117 points. This jump means the pre-update gap of 13 points has now been trimmed to just six points.

While and have made upward movements, Australia, and have headed in the opposite direction.

has retained its third place but has plummeted from 108 points to 100 points, has stayed in fourth position but has slipped to 99 points after conceding two points, whereas has dropped behind in sixth place after conceding four points to sit on 93 points.

The swings for Faf du Plessis's and Steve Smith's sides have come after South Africa's 2-1 loss to and Australia's 5-0 series win over in 2013-14 have both been dropped for calculation purposes.

is seventh on 91 points (up by one), eighth on 75 points (up by five), ninth on 69 points (up by three) and Zimbabwe 10th with zero points (down by five).

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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India maintain top position in ICC Test rankings

India retained its top position in ICC Test ranking with 123 points -- a clear six point lead over second placed South Africa. The Proteas (117 points) have reduced the gap with India to six points while nine points now separate third-ranked Australia from seventh-ranked Sri Lanka as per latest ICC release. The 9th ranked Bangladesh trailing eighth-ranked West Indies by six points. India has gained one ranking point while South Africa has leaped from 109 to 117 points. This jump means the pre-update gap of 13 points has now been trimmed to just six points. While India and South Africa have made upward movements, Australia, England and Pakistan have headed in the opposite direction. Australia has retained its third place but has plummeted from 108 points to 100 points, England has stayed in fourth position but has slipped to 99 points after conceding two points, whereas Pakistan has dropped behind New Zealand in sixth place after conceding four points to sit on ... retained its top position in Test ranking with 123 points -- a clear six point lead over second placed

The Proteas (117 points) have reduced the gap with to six points while nine points now separate third-ranked from seventh-ranked as per latest release.

The 9th ranked trailing eighth-ranked by six points.

has gained one ranking point while has leaped from 109 to 117 points. This jump means the pre-update gap of 13 points has now been trimmed to just six points.

While and have made upward movements, Australia, and have headed in the opposite direction.

has retained its third place but has plummeted from 108 points to 100 points, has stayed in fourth position but has slipped to 99 points after conceding two points, whereas has dropped behind in sixth place after conceding four points to sit on 93 points.

The swings for Faf du Plessis's and Steve Smith's sides have come after South Africa's 2-1 loss to and Australia's 5-0 series win over in 2013-14 have both been dropped for calculation purposes.

is seventh on 91 points (up by one), eighth on 75 points (up by five), ninth on 69 points (up by three) and Zimbabwe 10th with zero points (down by five).

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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India maintain top position in ICC Test rankings

retained its top position in Test ranking with 123 points -- a clear six point lead over second placed

The Proteas (117 points) have reduced the gap with to six points while nine points now separate third-ranked from seventh-ranked as per latest release.

The 9th ranked trailing eighth-ranked by six points.

has gained one ranking point while has leaped from 109 to 117 points. This jump means the pre-update gap of 13 points has now been trimmed to just six points.

While and have made upward movements, Australia, and have headed in the opposite direction.

has retained its third place but has plummeted from 108 points to 100 points, has stayed in fourth position but has slipped to 99 points after conceding two points, whereas has dropped behind in sixth place after conceding four points to sit on 93 points.

The swings for Faf du Plessis's and Steve Smith's sides have come after South Africa's 2-1 loss to and Australia's 5-0 series win over in 2013-14 have both been dropped for calculation purposes.

is seventh on 91 points (up by one), eighth on 75 points (up by five), ninth on 69 points (up by three) and Zimbabwe 10th with zero points (down by five).

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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