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Australian women's team creates history, records highest lead margin by any team across all formats in ICC Rankings
Dubai: Australian women's team established a record margin at the top of ICC Women's ODI Rankings, stretching their lead over South Africa from 48 points to 51 rating points, which is the biggest lead in ICC Rankings in any form of the game by any international men's or women's side.
Despite a historic 3-0 series win against England in ODIs in their own territory, Team India has not made much progress in the ICC Women's ODI Team Rankings as they could gain only one rating point to retain their fourth position in the rankings. Australia has increased their lead in the ICC Women's T20I Team Rankings after the annual update carried out on Saturday. Their lead over second-placed T20I team England has increased from 14 to 18 rating points.
There is no change of positions in the ODI rankings in the latest update, which expunges results from the 2018-19 season, weights the 2019-20 and 2020-2021 seasons at 50 per cent and the 2021-22 matches at 100 per cent.
Australia has gained three rating points and sits comfortably at 170, with South Africa (119), England (116), India (104) and New Zealand (101) the other teams holding three-figure rating points.
In T20Is, Australia are on 299 rating points, stretching their lead over second-placed England from 14 to 18 rating points. New Zealand and India maintain their third and fourth positions, while South Africa has overtaken the West Indies to the fifth position.
In other notable movements, Tanzania and Nepal have progressed two slots each to reach 15th and 16th positions, respectively, Namibia has moved up from 21st to 17th and Hong Kong from 24th to 20th.
Jersey (up from 28th to 22nd), Italy (up from 38th to 28th) and Mozambique (up from 45th to 33rd) are some of the other big movers in the update.
Meanwhile, the number of ranked teams has fallen from 60 to 48 with eight teams not having played at all over the past three years and four others not meeting the requirement of six matches.
China, Fiji, Japan, Mali, Myanmar, Samoa, South Korea and Vanuatu have not played during this period while Indonesia, Mexico, Norway and Papua New Guinea (PNG) have played less than six matches. (ANI)