NEW DELHI: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has set a test ranking of the team and players for the last time before the start of the ICC World Test Championship. For Batsman, Captain Virat Kohli of Team India is holding first ran in the list. After Kohli, new Zealand captain Kane Williamson is at number two.
In the latest rankings, England team's Test captain Joe Root has suffered a loss. That is why the Australian opener batsman, who has been away from Test cricket for almost a year and a half, has made a leap in the Test rankings without playing any matches. Joe Root, who has moved from sixth to seventh, has again been ranked sixth by David Warner.
Right-handed batsman Joe Root has had to go down a notch after a poor performance in the match against Ireland. In addition, Joe Root has lost a few points. The final Test ranking has been released ahead of the ICC World Test Championship beginning August 1, with the Indian team occupying the number one position. Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara are among the two Indian top 10 in the batting rankings.
Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin are in the top 10. On the other hand, Ashwin and Jadeja remain in the top 10 when it comes to Test all-rounders. Icc Test Rankings (Batman) are as follows: 1. Virat Kohli - 922 points 2. Ken Williamson - 913 points 3. Cheteshwar Pujara - 881 points 4. Steve Smith - 857 points 5. Henry Nicholas - 778 points 6. David Warner - 7756 points 7. Joe Root - 741 points 8. Aidan Markham - 719 points 9. Quinton Dickock - 718 points 10. Faf duplexes - 702 points
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