ICC Rankings: Nothing to gain, much to lose for India vs New Zealand

Updated: 21 August 2012 20:51 IST

A 2-0 Test series victory against New Zealand would earn India two rating points but that won't change their position in the ICC Test Ranking table.

Dubai:

A 2-0 Test series victory against New Zealand would earn India two rating points but that won't change their position in the ICC Test Ranking table.

India, who are currently placed at fifth position, five ratings points behind fourth-ranked Pakistan, can gain two points, which can put them on 106 points. Pakistan are on 109 points.

In that case, New Zealand will lose four points to go down to 76 ratings points.

However, if the series result is reversed, then India will slip behind Sri Lanka into sixth position and New Zealand will reduce the 10-point difference with the seventh-ranked West Indies to just one rating point.

In case of a one-all series result, India will concede three ratings points, while New Zealand will gain three ratings points.

In Test batsmen and bowlers rankings chart, veteran batsman Sachin Tendulkar and pace spearhead Zaheer Khan occupy the 10th and 12th spots to be the only Indian cricketers in list, respectively, issued today.

Tendulkar has 749 rating points, while Zaheer has 697 points.

Topics : Cricket Pakistan India Sachin Tendulkar Virat Kohli Zaheer Khan Ravichandran Ashwin Umesh Yadav New Zealand New Zealand in India 2012
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