Proteas

Proteas stay put in ICC Test rankings

2017-10-10 20:01
Proteas with Bangladesh winning trophy (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - The Proteas remain second in the ICC Test team rankings after annihilating Bangladesh 2-0 in the two-match Test series.

Faf du Plessis' side has gained one point while Bangladesh has conceded two points following the conclusion of their series.

The Proteas stay second on 111 points (six points ahead of third-ranked England) while Bangladesh is ninth on 72 points (three points behind the West Indies).

Meanwhile, after defeating Pakistan 2-0 in their two-match Test series, Sri Lanka has moved up to sixth in the rankings, as Mickey Arthur's men dropped to seventh.

Test rankings:

1. India - 125

2. South Africa - 111

3. England - 105

4. New Zealand - 97

4. Australia - 97

6. Sri Lanka - 94

7. Pakistan - 88

8. West Indies - 75

9. Bangladesh - 72

10. Zimbabwe - 0

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