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Thatscricket - News - Drawn series boosts New Zealand, still stays seventh

Published: Thursday, April 4, 2002, 22:55 [IST]
 
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New Zealand came back from having lost the first Test to defeat England in the third Test and draw the series.[an error occurred while processing this directive]As a result, New Zealand's rating has climbed to 1,024 points, which is its highest rating since August 1990 (1,036). New Zealand remains in seventh position in theratings.England's rating has now dropped to 1,047 points and it is now ranked fifth. The English rating is at its lowest point since mid 2000 - when it began its run of series victories.1. Australia 1,216.2. South Africa 1,133.3. Pakistan 1,073.4. Sri Lanka 1,049.5. England 1,047.6. India 1,039.7. New Zealand 1,024.8. West Indies 1,006.9. Zimbabwe 911.10. Bangladesh 838Test Cricket Ratings Service

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