India also has a good chance of further consolidating its position on the ODI rankings. In fact, India have to play a series of three matches against the West Indies. Many veteran players have been rested in this series and the team will be led by Shikhar Dhawan.
Recently, a series of three ODIs was played between India and England. India won the series 2-1. India has benefited greatly from this victory. India has now reached number three on the ODI rankings. India has left its arch-rival Pakistan. India is currently ranked third in the ODI rankings with 109 ratings and 2725 points. New Zealand’s team is still intact at number one. New Zealand has a rating of 128 on the account. On the other hand, England is in second place, which has 121 viewers. Pakistan currently has 106 ratings and the points are 2005 with them. India has 3 ratings more than Pakistan.
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India also has a good chance of further consolidating its position on the ODI rankings. In fact, India have to play a series of three matches against the West Indies. Many veteran players have been rested in this series and the team will be led by Shikhar Dhawan. India will play three ODIs in the Caribbean. Ravindra Jadeja will be the vice captain in this series. Players like Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah have been rested. At the same time, if we are talking about Pakistan, then it should play against the Netherlands next month. In such a situation, Pakistan will also try to maintain its lead there.
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England won the series by defeating
Hardik Pandya’s all-round performance and wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pants (125 not out) first ODI century helped India beat England by five wickets in the crucial ODI to win the series 2-1. India won the first ODI by 10 wickets, while England in the second ODI equalized with a victory of 100 races. Pandya had the best of his career in the first 24 races, taking four wickets and then hitting half a century on 71 races, which included 10 fours. Pant hit 16 fours and two sixes in 113 balls. Where he also hit five fours in a row on David Willey in the 42nd over. India chased the goal in 42.1 overs after being invited to strike, and Pandya’s four wickets and disciplined bowling bundled England out with 259 in 45.5 overs.