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Aug 19, 2019
10:14PM

Indian team retain top-spot in ICC test rankings

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Indian skipper Virat Kohli retained the top spot in the latest  Test batsmen's rankings released by the International Cricket Council in Dubai today. Australia's Steve Smith moved to the second position. Smith overtook New Zealand Captain Kane Williamson to reach the second spot. Smith is now just nine points behind Kohli. Kohli has 922 points whereas Smith has 913 points.  

In the bowlers' rankings, Australia's Pat Cummins retained the top spot.


India are on top of the team table with 113 points followed by New Zealand 111 points and South Africa 108 points.

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