Sri Lanka beat England 3-2 in their recent ODI series © Getty Images
Sri Lanka beat England 3-2 in their recent ODI series © Getty Images

 

Dubai: June 4, 2014

 

Sri Lanka‘s 3-2 series win over England helped it gain one ratings point to move up to 112 and replace India in the second place of the International Cricket Council (ICC) One-Day International (ODI) team rankings. Both Sri Lanka and India have 112 ratings but when calculated beyond the decimal point, Angelo Mathews’ side is ranked ahead of India, and now sits in second place.

England, on the other hand, dropped one ratings point to finish on 109, on par with South Africa. When ratings are calculated beyond the decimal point, Alastair Cook’s side is ranked behind South Africa, in fifth place.

 

Sri Lanka started the series in third place with 111 ratings points, while England was in fourth place with 110 ratings points.

Rankings:

 

Team

Rating Points

Australia

115

Sri Lanka

112

India

112

South Africa

109

England

109

Pakistan

100

New Zealand

98

West Indies

94

Bangladesh

73

Zimbabwe

61