Updated: 11 October 2023
ICC ODI Team Rankings (Updated): Before IND vs. PAK ODI World Cup 2023 Match. The most awaited match between India and Pakistan will be on October 14 at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Also, Team India has done well and is now ranked as the top team in the ICC Men’s ODI Team Rankings because of their consistent and impressive performance.
The ICC One Day World Cup has seen 9th matches already completed. In today’s match Between India and Afghanistan, Afghanistan chose to bat first. India’s Jasprit Bumrah and Shardul Thakur took key wickets. Afghanistan scored 272/8 in 50 overs. In India’s innings, Rohit Sharma scored a century, and with help from Virat Kohli, they secured a victory.
Let’s check out the updated ODI Team Rankings.
ICC ODI Team Rankings 2023 Before IND vs. PAK ODI WC Match (Updated)
India Has Clinched The Top Position In The ODI Team Rankings
India’s cricket team is still in the top spot in the ICC ODI rankings, with a strong rating of 119 in 45 matches and 5247 points which is a big achievement. Captain Rohit Sharma led the team with consistent performance, and key players like Virat Kohli, KL Rahul, and Jasprit Bumrah played crucial roles in every match. After beating Australia in their first match of the ODI World Cup by Amazing partnership between Virat Kholi and KL Rahul. Team India also won the match against Afghanistan with 8 Wickets left.
Pakistan is currently in second place in the ICC ODI Team Rankings
Babar Azam’s Pakistan cricket team is still in second in the ODI Team Rankings. They’ve played 29 matches, have 3368 points, and a rating of 116. They’re doing well on the international stage, thanks to players like Imam-ul-Haq, Muhammad Rizwan, Haris Rauf, and Shaheen Afridi. Recently, they also won a match against Sri Lanka with 6 wickets thanks to the amazing performance of Mohammad Rizwan.
Australia Is Still In The Third Position
Australia, famous for their aggressive approach, demonstrates strong determination in their ICC ODI World Cup match against India. Despite the loss, Australia maintains their third position in the ICC ODI Team Rankings, having a rating of 110 and accumulating 3,530 points from 32 ODIs.