हिन्दीಕನ್ನಡമലയാളംதமிழ்తెలుగు

India keep sixth spot after Dhaka win

Published: Tuesday, November 14, 2000, 16:45 [IST]
 
Share this on your social network:
   Facebook Twitter Google+    Comments Mail

The following Test cricket ratings have been updated after India's victory over Bangladesh in the one-off Test, which ended on November 13 at the Bangabandhu Stadium in Dhaka. ending on 13 November 2000. India retained their sixth spot.1. Australia 1168. 2. South Africa 1138. 3. Pakistan 1061. 4. West Indies 1050. 5. England 1048. 6. India 1008. 7. New Zealand 996. 8. Sri Lanka 981. 9. Zimbabwe 913. 10. Bangladesh 877 (provisional).India added to their lead over New Zealand and retain sixth place in the ratings. Bangladesh have a provisional rating of 877 till they complete 10 Test matches and are placed initially below Zimbabwe. A full rating will be issued to Bangladesh after ten Tests have been completed so that a better indication of their relative strength can be established.

Courtesy: Test Cricket Ratings Service

[an error occurred while processing this directive]

Write Comments

Video Gallery

  • Virat Kohli Scores 75 Off 51 Inspite Of Palm Injury, Stitches Needed

    Watch Photo

    Virat Kohli Scores 75 Off 51 Inspite Of Palm Injury, Stitches Needed

  • Virat Kohli Becomes Highest Scorer In Single IPL Season, Breaks Chris Gayle Record

    Watch Photo

    Virat Kohli Becomes Highest Scorer In Single IPL Season, Breaks Chris Gayle Record

  • Rahul Dravid, Mahela Jayawardene Appointed To ICC Cricket Committee

    Watch Photo

    Rahul Dravid, Mahela Jayawardene Appointed To ICC Cricket Committee

  • Azharuddin Reveals Why He Raised His Collar While Playing

    Watch Photo

    Azharuddin Reveals Why He Raised His Collar While Playing

  • Mitchell Johnson Hits Glenn Maxwell After Being Dropped From KXIP

    Watch Photo

    Mitchell Johnson Hits Glenn Maxwell After Being Dropped From KXIP

  • Chris Gayle Struggling In IPL, Is It The End For Universal Boss

    Watch Photo

    Chris Gayle Struggling In IPL, Is It The End For Universal Boss