After attaining a comfortable 8 wickets victory over West Indies in the final test on Tuesday, South Africa has been able to hold on to their top spot in the latest Test ranking of the ICC. With this win the South African team has won the 3 test series by 2-0. The equation for team India has gone from bad to worse. Due to their pathetic recent performance, team India has already slipped down to 7th spot. The way they are playing, it is unlikely that the ranking will improve for a long while.

Here is the latest tally:

Team

Matches

Points

Rating

South Africa

31

3839

124

Australia

35

4088

117

England

39

4063

104

Pakistan

30

3090

103

New Zealand

37

3660

99

India

29

2793

96

Sri Lanka

34

3258

96

West Indies

30

2272

76

Bangladesh

21

676

32

Zimbabwe

13

228

18

 

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