After a disastrous ODI series, India will be now focusing in the 3-match T20I series in the Australia tour starting from 26th January.

Indian team is currently at no.8 in the T20I ranking with 110 ratings while Australia is currently at no.2 in the T20I ranking with 118 ratings [same ratings of West Indies (no.1) and Sri Lanka (no.3)]. But the current ranking can be change after the end of this T20I series.

If India beat Australia by 3-0 in the T20I series, India will be at no.1 in the T20I ranking with 120 ratings. On the other hand, Australia will slump at no.8 position in the T20I ranking with 110 ratings, if the result happen.

If India won the series by 2-1, then India will climb up at no.7 and Australia will fall down at no.6 in the T20I ranking.

On the other hand, Australia will achieve top of the T20I ranking, if they won the series by 2-1. At this stage, Australia will move into 120 ratings. Australia will move into 123 ratings if they won the series by 3-0. In both case, India will remain at no.8 position with lower ratings.

Currently, India is in the lowest position among the top-8 Test playing nations. India is ahead of Afghanistan who are at no.9 position with 80 ratings. Bangladesh is at no.11, behind the Scotland, with 64 ratings. Zimbabwe at no.14 with 54 ratings.

India is depending to the senior and experience players in the upcoming T20i series. Hope this time India will not make disappointed to their fans.

Here is the latest T20I ranking (last update 22.01.2016):      

Position

Team

Matches

Points

Rating

1

West Indies

19

2249

118

2

Australia

17

2006

118

3

Sri Lanka

19

2242

118

4

England

20

2330

117

5

New Zealand

24

2787

116

6

South Africa

25

2879

115

7

Pakistan

30

3375

113

8

India

14

1537

110

9

Afghanistan

19

1513

80

10

Scotland

10

661

66

11

Bangladesh

16

1028

64

12

Hong Kong

11

675

61

13

Netherlands

14

859

61

14

Zimbabwe

22

1190

54

15

Ireland

10

422

42

 

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