ODI Team Rankings: Team India gave a blow to Pakistan by slamming England, got such an advantage

Dubai. Team India’s spectacular performance against England continues under the leadership of Rohit Sharma. The first team captured the T20 series 2-1. Then registered a big win by 10 wickets in the first match of the 3-match ODI series. Batting first, England’s team could score only 110 runs. In response, the Indian team achieved the target without a wicket in the 19th over with the help of captain Rohit’s unbeaten half-century. With this victory, the team has got a big advantage in the ICC ODI Team Rankings and has made it to the top-3, leaving Pakistan behind.

Before the match against England, the Indian team had a total of 105 points. With the win in the first ODI, he got 3 points and his total has gone up to 108 points. In this way, Team India has come from number four to third. The Pakistan team has 106 points and has come from third to fourth. Last month, he finished at No. 3 after a clean sweep in the ODI series against West Indies and Australia’s ODI series defeat against Sri Lanka.

Opportunity for India to take the lead

Talking about the ODI series against England, then India has to play 2 more matches. If the team wins both the remaining matches, then Pakistan can have a further lead in terms of points. On the other hand, if the Indian team loses both the matches, then the Pakistan team led by Babar Azam will again come to number-3. Pakistan has to play the next ODI series against Netherlands in August. A total of 3 matches will be played.

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New Zealand team remains on top

New Zealand won the first two ODIs against Ireland. The team is at the top of the rankings with 126 points. England is second with 122 points, India is third with 108 points and Pakistan is at number four with 106 points. Australia (101) 5th, South Africa (99) 6th, Bangladesh (96) 7th, Sri Lanka (92) 8th, West Indies (71) 9th and Afghanistan (69) 10th.

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