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Pakistan claims no.1 ICC test rank for the first time in latest rankings

With the final match ending in a draw between India and West Indies, Pakistan climbed up the table leading India by two points to take the world no.1 rank for the first time in the latest ICC test rankings. India being no.1 in the last week and were to win the 4th test match in Trinidad to continue staying at the top spot couldn’t get to win it as rain and wet outfield shattered the Indian hopes and helped Pakistan to replace India with 112 rankings points leaving India behind at no. 2 with 110 points in the ICC test rankings. Following India is Australia, England at no.3, 4 respectively with 108 points.

ICC Test Rankings:
1. Pakistan
2. India
3. Australia
4. England
5. New Zealand
6. Sri Lanka
7. South Africa
8. West Indies
9. Bangladesh
10. Zimbabwe

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