Indian team topped the ICC world test championship rankings

Indian team topped the ICC world test championship rankings after a series of failures in New Zealand.

India’s New Zealand tour ended with a clean sweep in test series two. Before the test series, India also faced a clean sweep (3-0) in ODI and now after 8 years, the Indian Team also faces a clean sweep in the test series.

This is a big loss for India, so for that victory, it is very important. The ministry also has an impact on the ICC World Test Championship rankings. India maintained its leading position in the rankings, but lost 120 points ahead of New Zealand. In fact, New Zealand earned 120 points after winning a series of 2-match tests. Now New Zealand’s team has moved from fifth place to third place in the rankings.

At the same time, New Zealand has benefited from winning series. New Zealand jumped from fifth to third place in the Test Championship rankings. Australia ranked second after New Zealand. New Zealand got 120 points after defeating Series 2 India.

New Zealand currently has a total of 180 points. At the same time, India still leads with 360 points. He is currently ranked fourth in the Test and Pakistan charts in fifth position. Sri Lanka ranked sixth and South Africa in seventh place. West Indies are ranked eighth and ninth in Bangladesh.

The new Cricket Advisory Committee is set up to fill the vacancy of the selection committee

The Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) of the Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI) will finally embark on the task of selecting two nationals at the first meeting in Mumbai on Tuesday.

The three-member CAC, supposedly choosing the BCCI constitution selection tools, hasn’t had a lot of work to do since being appointed on January 31. The committee, composed of former Indian players Madan Lal, RP Singh and Sulakshana Naik, will be shortlisted for personal interviews.

Madan Lal, who previously said that 44 applications have been received for the two positions, confirmed on Monday that he will be in Mumbai for the meeting. CAC is seeking the replacement of MSK Prasad head of board and Gagan Khoda board member.

Ganguly, who did not go to Dubai to attend Asian Cricket Council meetings due to the growing threat of the new coronavirus, is likely to be at BCCI headquarters on Tuesday. In January, BCCI boss said the new selection committee would select the Indian team for the home ODI against South Africa, starting at Dharamshala on March 12.

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