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India remains 3rd in ICC ranking; Sri Lanka on top of the table

Dubai, July 25: India is at third spot in the annual T20 ranking while Sri Lanka retained their number one position after the annual update of T20 Rankings Table by ICC on Thursday. India is at the third position with 121 points. 
After the ICC Board meeting in June, it had decided to change T20 rankings' period from three years to four years. It also decided to change the annual update of Test, ODI and T20 rankings. From now onwards, it will take place on 1 May each year to better align with the current international calendar rather than August 1.
ICC T20I Rankings (as of July 23) is given below
1. Sri Lanka (134 points)
2. West Indies (127 points)
3. India (121 points)
4. Pakistan (118 points)
5. England (113 points)
6. South Africa (112 points)
7. Australia (103 points)
8. New Zealand (102 points)
9. Ireland (81 points)
10. Bangladesh (74 points)
Posted by Gebin


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