ICC | ICC Odi Ranking| Australia, Australia for the first time in 34 years in the ODI rankings

Melbourne: The Australian cricket team, which is undergoing a bad phase, has reached its 34th position in the latest ODI ranking of the International Cricket Council (ICC) at number six on sixth.

Earlier Australia was sixth in 1984. Losing two matches of the five-match series against England has affected his ranking. Due to defeat in London and Cardiff, the Kangaroo team slipped down 102 ranking points. He now has one point less than the 2017 Champions Trophy winners Pakistan.

The ranking of the former world champions team has dropped rapidly. She has moved from number one to sixth in less than two years. The bad phase started by South Africa‘s 0-5 defeat. For the first time, Australia had lost 0-5 in any bilateral series.

In addition, he has consistently lost three bilateral series from New Zealand, India, and England. In addition, in the Champions Trophy, this team was eliminated in the first round.

In the rankings, England, India and South Africa are ranked first in the ODI rankings, respectively. At the same time, Australia captain Tim Penn said about the rest of the series against England, “I think we can win. So far, we have not performed with our full talent in this series. “

Ball Tempering delivered to Australia on the ground

Keep in mind that this condition of the Australian team has been in the last three months. When Captain Steve Smith and vice-captain David Warner were found guilty of ball-tampering against South Africa at the end of March.

Both of them took a one-year ban, after that the fall of Australia team started. Both of these players were the main batsmen of their team, in such a situation, the team became empty-empty after both of them got out and the start of the defeat of Kangaroos began.