- Pakistan loses top Spot and no longer rules the ICC T20I ranking.
- Australia replaced Pakistan and India in T20I and Tests top spots respectively.
- India loses top spot in Tests for the first time since 2016.
- England has extended its lead at the top of the ODI international ICC rankings.
Pakistan Loses Top Spot In ICC T20I Rankings
Australia has taken over top spots from Pakistan and India in T20I and Test rankings respectively.
Pakistan’s stay at the number one spot in the ICC Twenty20 International rankings for more than two years.
However, now, Pakistan loses top spot and has slipped to the number fourth spot and Australia occupied the top spot.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) released its annual rankings update on Friday.
Australia has removed Pakistan as the number one ranked side in the ICC T20 ranking.
Pakistan who had overtaken News land to top the table in 2018 remained on the top spot for more than 27 months.
Australia has become the number one ranked team in the ICC T20 ranking for the very first time since the T20 format was introduced.
England is on second and Pakistan’s arch-rivals India is on number three with one rank up to Pakistan in ICC T20 ranking.
ICC T20 Ranking
Australia has regained No.1 spot in Test Ranking
Australia has regained No. 1 spot on the ICC Test rankings for the first time in four years by replacing powerhouse India.
Australia occupied No 1 spot on the ICC’s Test ranking in 2014 and then 2016, but had fallen to No 5 in the aftermath of the Cape Town cheating scandal and subsequent suspensions for captain Steve Smith and opener David Warner.
India is just two points behind Australia. India had been No 1 in Test ranking since October 2016.
Australia leads by 116 points Newsleand is behind with 1 point and India with two points.
Australia drew the Ashes series by 2-2 last year in England before whitewashing Pakistan and New Zealand on home ground.
ICC Test Ranking
England leads in ODI International Ranking
England has extended its lead at the top of the ODI international ICC rankings.
World champions England have increased their lead over India from six to eight points after the recent dominance of the ODI format.
New Zealand remains in 3rd place, three points behind India. The top ten rankings remain unchanged.