Virat Kohli moves to second position in ICC test ranking, Rahane is in the top 10 | ICC test ranking: Virat Kohli wins big, Pujara and Rahane in the top 10

Dubai: ICC test ranking has been published. The captain of the Indian team, Virat Kohli, took advantage. Virat has now reached second place in the drummer list. Australian batsman Steve Smith is in first place with 911 points. While Kohli leads the Indian batsmen with 886 scoring points.

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson slipped to third place. He is followed by young Australian drummer Marnus Labushen, Pakistani Babar Azam and David Warner.

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In this list of drummers, Cheteshwar Pujara (Cheteshwar Pujara) is in seventh place and Ajinkya Rahane (Ajinkya Rahane) is in tenth place. Pujara is seventh on the list with 766 points. He is followed by Ben Stokes (760), Joe Root (738) and Indian Test vice-captain Rahane (726) in the top ten.

Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah (779 points) and veteran off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (756) are ranked eighth and tenth respectively in the bowling standings. Australia’s Pat Cummins (904) tops the list. He is followed by Stuart Brad of England and Neil Wagner of New Zealand.

Two Indian players Ravindra Jadeja and Ashwin are in the top ten of the versatile list. Jadeja is third behind Jason Holder of the West Indies with 397 points, while Ashwin has 281 points and is in sixth place. Ben Stokes is named at the top of the list.

India are currently third in the ICC test team standings, with New Zealand recently rising to second place with a 2-0 victory over the West Indies. India has 114 points and is two points behind New Zealand and Australia at the top of the table.

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England is in fourth place. Then comes the number of Sri Lanka, South Africa, Pakistan, the West Indies, Bangladesh and Zimbabwe.

Let us know that India will have a chance to advance in the four-match test series against Australia from Adelaide.