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Test Ranking: Test turn after T-20, ODI, know how Team India can become number-1 – how can india become number 1 in test ranking after t20 and odi ind vs aus tspo

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Test Ranking: Test turn after T-20, ODI, know how Team India can become number-1 - how can india become number 1 in test ranking after t20 and odi ind vs aus tspo

Under the leadership of Captain Rohit Sharma, Team India is moving ahead with a great start in the year 2023. By defeating New Zealand 3-0 in the ODI series, Team India has become number-1 in ODIs, Team India was already number-1 team in T20 rankings. That is, the rule of the Indian team is going on in two formats and now only the Test format is left. India has to play a 4-match series against Australia in February and Team India has a great chance to become number-1 here.

Looking at the latest rankings, Australia is now number-1 in Tests and India is at number-2. Australia has 126 ratings points, while India has 115 ratings points. If Team India has to become number-1 in the Test, then it will have to win the Test series against Australia.

If India wins the four-Test series by 4-0, 3-1, 3-0 or 2-0, then it can become number-1 in the Test rankings. This series is not going to be easy for India, but it can take advantage of the home conditions. The special thing is that if Team India remains in the top-2 in the Test rankings even after this series, then it will reach the final of the ICC Test Championship.

Only the top-2 teams in the rankings reach the finals of the Test Championship. India also reached the final of the first Test Championship, where it lost to New Zealand. Now he can compete with Australia in the final.

ICC ODI Rankings
1. India – 114 ratings
2. England – 113 ratings
3. Australia – 112 ratings
4. New Zealand – 111 ratings
5. Pakistan – 105 ratings

ICC T20 Ranking
1. India – 267 ratings
2. England – 266 ratings
3. Pakistan – 258 ratings
4. South Africa – 256 ratings
5. New Zealand – 252 ratings

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icc test ranking
1. Australia – 126
2. India – 115
3. England – 107
4. South Africa – 102
5. New Zealand – 99

india australia test series
First Test – February 9 to 13, Nagpur
• Second Test – February 17 to 12, Delhi
• Third Test – March 1 to 5, Dharamshala
Fourth Test – March 9 to 13, Ahmedabad