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India slip to No.4 in ICC T20 Int'l rankings

India slip to No.4 in ICC T20 Intl rankings
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Inaugural T20 World Champions India dropped six points to slip to the fourth spot in the ICC T20 International rankings in the annual update released on Tuesday. The Virat Kohli-led side is now on 118 points, three points behind Pakistan, which has joined second-placed England on 121 points after gaining five points. But Pakistan is ranked behind the ICC World Twenty20 2010 winner by a fraction of a point. England have benefitted significantly to rise three places after gaining seven points to now sit on 121 points. Eoin Morgan's side is four points behind table-topper New Zealand, which is on 125 points after dropping two points. South Africa has slipped two places to fifth ranking after conceding six points, but is one point ahead of Australia. Australia has swapped places with reigning ICC World Twenty20 champions, the West Indies, which is 14 points ahead of eighth-ranked Sri Lanka (95 points, down by four). Bangladesh is ranked 10th on 78 points after gaining four points, while Zimbabwe has retained its 12th rank after gaining three points. Among the non-Test playing sides, Afghanistan and the Netherlands have moved in opposite directions. Afghanistan is the side to benefit most after England as it has gained 6 points and climbed to 90 points.Agencies

Eoin Morgan's side is four points behind table-topper New Zealand, which is on 125 points after dropping two points. South Africa has slipped two places to fifth ranking after conceding six points, but is one point ahead of Australia. Australia has swapped places with reigning ICC World Twenty20 champions, the West Indies, which is 14 points ahead of eighth-ranked Sri Lanka (95 points, down by four). Bangladesh is ranked 10th on 78 points after gaining four points, while Zimbabwe has retained its 12th rank after gaining three points. Among the non-Test playing sides, Afghanistan and the Netherlands have moved in opposite directions. Afghanistan is the side to benefit most after England as it has gained 6 points and climbed to 90 points.Agencies

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