Cricket Test Ranking – ICC Test Rankings: Joe Root closes in at No.1, Marnus Labuschagne retains top spot The 31-year-old moves within 10 points of Labuschagne and could close the gap even if the second Test between England and New Zealand starts with. Nottingham on June 10.

Joe Root is the biggest player in the latest ICC rankings, with the former England captain climbing two places to sit second behind Australia’s Marnus Labuschagne.

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With Root in top form, as he showed in the first Test against New Zealand when his unbeaten century guided England to a five-wicket victory at Lord’s, the battle for honor among the world’s top five batsmen is getting fiercer.

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An unbeaten 115 at Lord’s also saw the right-hander become only the second England player and 14th overall to register 10,000 Test runs.

The 31-year-old moves on to 10 points from Labuschagne in the list and could close the gap when the second Test between England and New Zealand starts in Nottingham on June 10.

With Root’s rise, it also saw a slight reshuffling of the top five as Australia’s Steve Smith dropped one place to third in the latest rankings.

Pakistan captain Babar Azam jumped to fourth place, while New Zealand captain Kane Williamson – who scored two and 15 at Lord’s – dropped to fifth place.

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There have also been changes to the recent Test bowling order, with New Zealand pacer Kyle Jamieson tallied after his six-wicket haul against England.

Jamieson moved up two places to third, with India pacer Jasprit Bumrah (fourth) and Pakistan quick Shaheen Shah Afridi (fifth) dropping one place each.

Australian captain Pat Cummins remains the highest-ranked bowler with 901 points, another 51 points ahead of India’s veteran spinner Ravichandran Ashwin who has 850 points.

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Ashwin remains second in the all-rounder rankings behind compatriot Ravindra Jadeja, with Jamieson dropping one place to eighth in the latest update of the rankings.

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Apart from Labuschagne, other Australian batsmen include opener David Warner (up six places to 17), Joe Burns (up 11 places to 62) and Matthew Wade (up four places to of 70). On the Pakistani side, Shan Masood (up seven places to 57th) among the batsmen.

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For the bowlers, India’s Ishant Sharma and Umesh Yadav are on career highs after their win against Bangladesh.

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Ishant has 716 points but is in 17th place, far from his career best of seventh place achieved in July 2011.

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Mushfiqur Rahim of Bangladesh also gained four wickets to reach 26th place while Liton Das climbed eight wickets to 78th place.

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Among all players, Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin are ranked second and fifth. Jadeja has 406 points and Ashwin has 308 points.

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India are currently second behind leaders Australia by just one point. In a matchup between two of the best Test teams in the World, India has a chance to regain the World No. 1 spot.

India will face Australia in the Border Gavaskar Trophy 2023 next month with the first Test starting on February 9 in Nagpur. The remaining three Tests of the series will be played in Delhi (February 17-21), Dharamsala (March 1-5), and Ahmedabad (March 9-13).

As mentioned above, the Men in Blue are ranked 1st in the T20I rankings. The home team will face New Zealand in a three-match T20I series. Under the leadership of Hardik Pandya, the Indian team will look to consolidate its position at the top. To note, India has a rating of 267 points in 66 matches.

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The ICC released its annual review on Wednesday and Australia now leads second-placed India by nine points with an average of 128 points.

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It was a fitting sign for Pat Cummins’ side, who have just won the series 1-0 away from home to Pakistan to ensure they stay at the top of the standings and the World Test Championship.

India (119 points) is second in the rankings, ahead of a tough battle for third place between New Zealand (111) and South Africa (110).

South Africa closed the gap from 13th to one place in the latest rankings, after jumping in its ranking from 102nd to 110th.

In the top five is Pakistan with 93 points, while Babar Azam beat England (88) to take the fifth place.

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England have dropped nine points from 97 to 88 in the latest rankings, with new captain Ben Stokes taking over in Tests.