ICC ODI Rankings: New Zealand lose number one spot after series defeat to India

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Three
days
after
losing
a
thriller
in
the
first
ODI
at
Hyderabad,
New
Zealand
suffered
a
resounding
defeat
against
India
in
the
second
ODI
on
Saturday
(January
21).

The
Indian
fast
bowlers
floored
the
Kiwis
in
the
opening
overs,
reducing
them
to
15/5
inside
11
overs.
But
the
visitors
put
on
a
respectable
score
of
108
thanks
to
knocks
from
Glenn
Phillips
(36),
Michael
Bracewell
(22)
and
Mitchell
Santner
(27).

In
response,
India
made
light
work
of
the
chase
riding
on
Rohit
Sharma’s
knock
of
51
off
50
balls
to
seal
the
series
win
with
almost
30
overs
to
spare.

As
a
result
of
the

series

loss,
the
Black
Caps
have
lost
their
top

ODI
rankings

tag
with
England
now
taking
the
top
spot
in
the
ODI
Team
Rankings
chart.

Before
the
Raipur
ODI,
New
Zealand
were
top
with
115
rating
points,
while
England
were
in
the
second
position
with
113
rating
points
followed
by
Australia
in
third
with
112
ratings
and
India
in
fourth
with
111
rating
points.

After
the
eight-wicket
loss,
New
Zealand
now
sit
at
the
second
spot
with
113
rating
points
and
3166
overall
points.
England
and
India
are
ranked
first
and
third,
respectively,
also
with
113
rating
points.

Can
India
Take
Number
One
Spot
in
ODI
Ranking?

If
India
replicates
their
performances
from
the
first
two
matches
in
the
final
ODI
at
the
Holkar
Cricket
Stadium
in
Indore
on
Tuesday
(January
24)
and
white-wash
the
series
3-0,
they
will
become
the
number
1
side
in
ODIs.

The
Men
in
Blue
will
have
a
chance
to
remain
in
the
number
one
spot
till
England
face
South
Africa
in
an
away
series
next
week.
However,
all
that
will
depend
on
England’s
performance
in
the
three-match
series
against
the
Proteas
and,
of
course
the
result
of
India
and
New
Zealand’s
final
ODI.

  • ICC
    ODI
    Rankings:
    Mohammed
    Siraj
    jumps
    15
    places
    to
    climb
    to
    third;
    Virat
    Kohli
    jumps
    to
    fourth
  • Virat
    Kohli,
    Bhuvneshwar
    Kumar
    make
    big
    jump
    in
    ICC
    T20I
    Rankings
    after
    performance
    in
    Asia
    Cup
    2022
  • ICC
    ODI
    Rankings:
    India
    log
    111
    points,
    move
    up
    to
    3rd
    place
    in
    the
    latest
    list
  • ICC
    women’s
    ODI
    rankings:
    Smriti
    Mandhana
    remains
    static
    on
    8th
    position,
    Laura
    Wolvaardt
    jumps
    to
    fourth
  • ICC
    Annual
    Rankings:
    Australia
    maintain
    dominance
    in
    Tests,
    NZ
    No.1
    in
    ODIs,
    India
    sit
    at
    the
    top
    in
    T20Is
  • ICC
    Rankings
    for
    Women
    ODI
    Players:
    Mithali
    Raj
    maintains
    No
    1
    position
  • ICC
    Rankings:
    Mithali
    Raj,
    Lizelle
    Lee
    share
    top
    spot
    in
    ODIs
  • ICC
    Women
    ODI
    Rankings:
    India
    skipper
    Mithali
    Raj
    storms
    back
    to
    No
    1
    slot
    after
    a
    3-year
    gap
  • New
    Zealand
    replace
    England
    to
    become
    top-ranked
    ODI
    side
    after
    annual
    update;
    India
    slip
    to
    third
  • ICC
    Rankings:
    Virat
    Kohli,
    Rohit
    Sharma
    gain
    in
    T20Is,
    Shikhar
    Dhawan,
    Bhuvneshwar
    move
    up
    in
    ODIs
  • ICC
    Rankings:
    Virat
    Kohli
    climbs
    to
    5
    in
    T20I,
    becomes
    only
    batsman
    to
    finish
    in
    top-five
    across
    all
    formats
  • ICC
    Women
    ODI
    Rankings:
    India
    skipper
    Mithali
    Raj
    stable,
    Smriti
    Mandhana
    drops
    one
    place

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