New Zealand replaces England to take No.1 spot in ODIs

In the ODI rankings, New Zealand replaced the incumbent world champion England, ranking first, but after Monday’s annual update, England consolidated their top position in the T20I rankings. These updates deleted the results of the 2017-18 season and reduced the weight of the 2019-20 season, including the 2019 World Cup, by half.

New Zealand defeated Bangladesh 3-0 in its only ODI winning streak last year, and the ICC ODI men’s team ranking rose by two points to a total of 121 points. Australia ranks second with 118 points, while India and India and England both lead with 115 decimal places. England’s ranking dropped to fourth place. The annual update since they won the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.

In the summer of 2019, in the Lord Cup. In the past 12 months, they lost to Australia and India 2-1 and lost to Ireland (ODI). From May 2020 to 100%, to two years to 50%, Australia rose from fourth to second, and India fell to third. The West Indies overtook Sri Lanka to rank ninth. Although the Netherlands has only participated in 4 ODIs in the new qualifying, the original schedule was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, so the Netherlands was able to maintain its classification. And they increased their lead in India to 5 points.

During this period, they parted ways with Pakistan 1-1, defeated Australia 2-1 and South Africa 3-0, and then lost 3-2 to India 3-2. New Zealand also won the annual T20I update. After a series of victories in the West Indies, Pakistan, Australia and Bangladesh, he rose from fifth to third. Bangladesh and Bangladesh rose one place to eighth and ninth respectively, while the West Indies fell two places to tenth.

There are no seat changes in any format for Afghanistan, Pakistan or South Africa. Ranked seventh in T20I, Pakistan ranks sixth in ODI and fourth in T20I, while South Africa ranks fifth in ODI and sixth in T20I.

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