ICC suddenly changed the rules of points table for World Test Championship

ICC suddenly changed the rules of points table for World Test Championship. The Australian team has reached No. 1 while the Indian cricket team has slipped to No. 2. The change in the law caused a lot of damage to team India at points table.

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ICC suddenly changed the rules of points table for World Test Championship

The International Cricket Council (ICC) made such a decision on Thursday. Which has caused a great loss to Team India. The ICC has changed the rules of the World Test Championship points table. As a result, Team India, which was at No. 1 till Wednesday, has now slipped to No. 2. The second-ranked Australian team is now ranked No. 1. In fact, the ICC has now made the ranking of the World Test Championship based on the winning percentage, not the points table. This means that the team with the highest winning percentage will now be at the No. 1 position.

Team India has slipped to second place after the new ICC rules regarding the points table of the World Test Championship. In fact, Team India has played 4 series and its winning percentage is 75%, while the Australian team has reached the first position in 3 series with 82.22%. Earlier, Team India was at the top with 360 points and Australia had 296 points. Following this ICC rule, the upcoming India-Australia series will be even more interesting. Both teams face two major rivals in the World Test Championship. The Australian team will play a Test series against South Africa after competing with India and the Indian team will play a Test series against England after Australia.

Teams New Position for World Test Championship

Australia jump at top with 82.22 percentage points. India has slipped down on point and it have at second position with 75.00 percentage points. England are third in the World Test Championship. He has scored 60.83% points in 4 Test series. New Zealand is fourth. Its winning percentage is 50%. Pakistan ranks fifth with 39.52 percentage points. Sri Lanka is sixth with 33.3 percentage points. West Indies is seventh with 16.70 percentage points. South Africa is eighth with 10 percentage points and Bangladesh is ninth with 00 percentage points.

ICC suddenly changed the rules of points table for World Test Championship

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