Pakistan have gone past India in the latest ICC ODI Rankings after the annual update. Pakistan have jumped to the second place in the rankings with 116 score factors. On the opposite hand, Rohit Sharma-led workforce India have slipped to the third place with 115 factors. Australia have retained their high spot with 118 score factors whilst the highest three groups in ODI rankings are carefully positioned in the intervening time.
Pakistan had reached the highest place final week through the five-match ODI sequence towards New Zealand at house after successful the primary 4 matches. However, their numero uno place stayed for lower than 48 hours as New Zealand received the ultimate match of the sequence. Babar Azam and his males wanted to whitewash the guests to remain on the high in the rankings. Nevertheless, the workforce is on the second place following their sensible present in the format in the final couple of years.
The latest annual update in the rankings take into account all of the sequence accomplished since May 2020 with sequence accomplished earlier than May 2022 weighted 50% whereas all the following sequence till now weighted 100%. India misplaced factors for dropping their house sequence to Australia by 2-1 earlier this 12 months.
There is a niche of 11 factors between the third and fourth positioned groups as New Zealand have 104 factors to their title as their factors are affected as a result of latest 4-1 loss to Pakistan. England, South Africa, Bangladesh and Afghanistan comply with respectively in the latest ODI rankings. With a whole lot of ODIs set to be performed forward of the World Cup in India later this 12 months, there may be room for large adjustments in the rankings in the approaching months.