India could lose No. 1 ranking to Pakistan after 2nd AUS ODI

By Sidhant Maheshwari
Published on | Sep 23, 2023

Historic achievement

With their 5-wicket win, India became only the second side in history to become No. 1 across all 3 formats

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No. 1 ranking could be short-lived

If India lose the second ODI against Australia in Indore, they will drop down to second in the rankings

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Pakistan can go top again

A loss for India will see Pakistan once again go back to the top of rankings with 115 ranking points

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Australia stand in the way

A 3-0 series win against Australia will see India enter World Cup with 118 rating points, the undisputed No. 1

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India could even drop to third

If the Men in Blue lose the remaining two ODIs against Kangaroos, they will slip to 3rd

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India or Pakistan: The race to the top

The hosts just need to win one of the remaining 2 ODIs against Australia to ensure they enter World Cup as No. 1 side

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