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ICC ODI Rankings | India stay in third place with series win over England

India’s 2-1 triumph over England away saw Rohit Sharma’s men retain third place in the latest ODI Men’s Team Ranking. New Zealand lead all countries with odds of 128, seven points ahead of second-placed England, while Pakistan are fourth, with 106 points.

At the Old Trafford cricket stadium in Manchester, a first century ODI by Rishab Panting helped India to a 2-1 win over England on Sunday. In the process, the Rohit Sharma-the led team made sure to keep third place on the current ICC rankings.

With a score of 128 points, New Zealand tops the standings. The Black Caps are seven points ahead of reigning world champion England (121). Meanwhile, Pakistan and Australia are in fourth and fifth place with 106 and 101 points respectively.


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However, the ranking may change over the next few weeks. If sixth-placed South Africa manage to sweep in their next three-game series against Joe Buttler‘s England, they can climb to fourth place.

That could change over the next few weeks, with sixth-placed South Africa currently just seven points behind Pakistan and with the potential to move up to fourth if they can sweep their next set of three matches against England. Meanwhile, Pakistan, currently struggling in a two-game Test series against Sri Lanka, will play their next 50-game assignment in August against the Netherlands. India, meanwhile, will have a three-game ODI series in the West Indies, starting July 22.

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