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India surges to the top of the Test rankings and currently controls all three formats

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<p>One day after India’s 4-1 victory over England in the five-match Test series concluded in Dharamsala, Rohit Sharma’s team surpassed Australia to take the top place in the ICC Test rankings, which were updated on Sunday by the international cricket governing body.</p>
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<p>In all three forms of the game, India is currently atop the ICC rankings and leads the World Test Championship (WTC) standings.</p>
<p>Remarkably, Rohit’s team will continue to lead the table regardless of the outcome of the New Zealand vs Australia second Test, which is under underway in Christchurch.</p>
<p>Australia, the defending World Test Championship victors, won by 172 runs in Wellington to take a 1-0 lead in the two-Test series.</p>
<p>In the Test standings, India leads Australia by five points with 122 rating points, while England comes in third with 111 rating points.</p>
<p>India leads Australia by a narrow margin in One-Day Internationals (ODIs), with 121 rating points.</p>
<p>India leads the T20Is with 266 rating points, followed by England (256).</p>
<p>From September 2023 until January 2024, India was the top-ranked Test team in the world. However, after a tie in their away series against South Africa, they dropped to second place.</p>
<p>Following their home victory in the three-Test series against Pakistan, Australia surpassed India to take the top spot in the Test rankings.</p>
<p>India lost the first Test in Hyderabad by 28 runs in their five-Test series against England. However, the home side won the next four Test matches after mounting a strong comeback.</p>
<p>Their triumphs at Ranchi, Dharamsala, Rajkot, Visakhapatnam, and other locations enabled them to take the top spot in the Test rankings again.</p>


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