India ranked No. 1 in all three codecs

India’s victory within the first Test towards Australia in Nagpur has taken them to the highest of the ICC’s Test rankings, making them the No. 1 ranked workforce in all three codecs. India lately turned the top-ranked ODI workforce after beating New Zealand 3-0 in January, to go together with their No. 1 T20I rating.

They might want to win the second Test towards Australia in Delhi, which begins on February 16, to remain on high of the Test rankings and likewise transfer a step nearer to qualifying for the World Test Championship remaining in June. India have to win the collection 3-1 or 3-0 to make the ultimate.

With eight wickets within the match, Ashwin moved to second within the Test bowling rankings, and is 21 score factors behind Pat Cummins.

Jadeja, who took seven wickets and likewise scored an important 70 in Nagpur, stayed on high of the rankings for allrounders and moved up 4 spots to sixteenth amongst bowlers.

Axar Patel took simply the one wicket within the match, however was essential for India with the bat, hitting his highest Test rating of 84. The innings took him up six locations, to seventh within the allrounders’ rankings.

Rohit’s jumped two spots to eighth amongst Test batters for his innings of 120 that helped India rating 400 on a difficult floor.

Marnus Labuschagne and Steven Smith, who have been arguably Australia’s greatest batters in a poor batting show, retained their spots at No. 1 and No. 2 within the batting charts, however openers Usman Khawaja and David Warner misplaced floor after twin failures in Nagpur.

Khawaja went down two locations from eighth to tenth, whereas Warner dropped six spots to twentieth.

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