Friday 12 July 2013 

ODI Rankings Boost For Australia, India Stay Top

India followed up their win in the Champions Trophy by winning the Celkon Mobile Cup - now they remain on top of the ICC ODI rankings
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The latest International Cricket Council (ICC) One-Day International rankings see India remain at the top and Australia move into second place.

India have retained their spot at the top of the rankings following the annual update as the rankings are shifted to a four-year cycle in line with the World Cup.

India have been the clear team to beat since hitting the top of the rankings in February, beating England 3-2 home then going on to win both the Champions Trophy and the Celkon Mobile Cup.

Behind them, Australia move into second place ahead of England as the table now reflects all matches played since August 2010.

ICC ODI Rankings

1. India - 122 points
2. Australia - 114 points
3. Englan d- 112 points
4. South Africa - 110 points
5. Sri Lanka - 108 points
6. Pakistan - 101 points
7. West Indies - 90 points
8. New Zealand - 89 points 
9. Bangladesh - 76 points
10. Zimbabwe - 55 points
11. Ireland - 39 points
12. Netherlands - 13 points
13. Kenya - 10 points

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