India Retain No. 1 Test Ranking for 2nd Year in a Row
Posted by: Indian Cricket Fever (IP Logged)
Date: 27 January, 2018 18:11

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Re: India Retain No. 1 Test Ranking for 2nd Year in a Row
Posted by: Birbal (IP Logged)
Date: 27 January, 2018 18:30

India are No. 1 in Tests and Joint No. 1 in ODIs...and No. 3 in T20Is. Depending on how they do in the upcoming ODI series and T20I series and how other teams do.. there is a chance they can be No. 1 IN EVERY format by the end of their South Africa tour...

If that were to happen it will indeed be one of the GREATEST achievements not just in cricket but in any sport.

Re: India Retain No. 1 Test Ranking for 2nd Year in a Row
Posted by: Birbal (IP Logged)
Date: 01 May, 2018 15:46

After the table has been reset on May 1st (another legacy of England biased system) India are now WAY ahead of South Africa the No. 2 ranked team... at 125 points...to 112... Meanwhile Bangladesh move to 8 West Indies sadly drop to 9 and Pakistan languish at 7...smiling smiley

Re: India Retain No. 1 Test Ranking for 2nd Year in a Row
Posted by: Birbal (IP Logged)
Date: 22 August, 2018 16:58

India Confirm their No. 1 Status... Lord's was a combination of extreme conditions, poor team selection, bad luck and poor batting skills... in that order...

England got the two best days to bowl..and the Best day to bat...

the way India bounced back in Trent Bridge was amazing...

I fear a combination of flat tracks and inclement weather may deny India the chance to come back and win 3-2

Re: India Retain No. 1 Test Ranking for 2nd Year in a Row
Posted by: Birbal (IP Logged)
Date: 13 September, 2018 00:18

Even after losing 1-4 in England.. India retain No. 1 rank...that is how far ahead they were before the series... but their lead has been reduced a lot.

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