India must whitewash New Zealand to go back to top of the ICC ODI rankings

Indian cricket staff, the powerhouse in world cricket are attempting to dominate the cricketing world by reaching summits in all three codecs of the sport. They’re already primary facet in take a look at, they had been primary in ODIs additionally after thrashing mighty Australians Four-1, however South Africa humiliating Bangladesh in ongoing ODI sequence pushed them previous India.

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As of now, the present situation is like this- India and South Africa each have equal variety of factors which is 120 however South Africans are already 2-Zero up towards minnows Bangladesh of their ongoing three match ODI sequence and will simply win their final ODI additionally. That’s why they’ll go up by some extent of half in rankings chart.

Although Proteas will stay world primary provided that India loses their opening encounter towards guests New Zealand which goes to occur on iconic Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. If the hosts win that encounter then they are going to be again to the summit as soon as once more leapfrogging South Africans.

Proteas didn’t acquire a lot factors towards Bangladesh as a result of they’re a decrease ranked facet. However New Zealand is a robust facet so India will acquire way more in the event that they win towards them. New Zealand performed two observe video games with India’s newbies and misplaced one gained one. However final time they gave a tricky battle to India so allow us to see how they honest this time round.

The ODI sequence is of three matches. The opener will likely be performed at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai on coming Sunday adopted by second ODI on the neighbour metropolis Pune on 25th of October at Maharashtra Cricket Affiliation Stadium. The third and closing ODI will likely be performed on subsequent Sunday, 29th October at Inexperienced Park stadium, Kanpur. The tour will conclude with a three match T20I sequence.

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