India retained the second position in the ICC T20I team rankings but moved up to the third position in the ODI chart after the annual update on Monday.
The Kiwi team has placed world champion England at number 1 in the ODI rankings.
India topped England (277) with five rating points in the T20 team rankings. During this period, England drew a three-match series 1–1 against Pakistan, defeating Australia 2–1 and South Africa 3–0, leaving India losing a series away from 2-3. Granted.
Moving from fifth to third after series victories over the West Indies, Pakistan, Australia and Bangladesh, New Zealand also received the annual T20I update. Australia has fallen to second place, from third to fifth place. Among other movements at the top of the T20I rankings table, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh have gained one place to reach eighth and ninth places respectively, while the West Indies are down two places to 10th.
According to the ICC, these updates offset the 2017-18 results and halved the weight of matches played in 2019-20, including the 2019 World Cup.
In the annual update of the ODI team rankings, India fell to third place after Australia and the new table-topper New Zealand.
New Zealand, who defeated Bangladesh 3–0 in their only ODI series over the last year, have gained two slots after scoring three rating points to reach a total score of 121. Australia are in second place with 118 points while both India and England are on 115 points. Preceding decimal points.