Team India moves up to the second spot of the ICC T20 International rankings after Australia drops down to the 3rd positions
Australia has slipped down after the series loss against New Zealand by 3-2
India and England will play five T20 Internationals from May 12 to May 20 and India will have a chance to become the number one team in the ICC T20I rankings.
England is ahead of India by just 7 points in the T20I rankings, the hosts will get a chance to close the gap in the team rankings.
Indian captain Virat Kohli and KL Rahul are in the top 10 in ICC T20I batting rankings, Virat in 6th position, and KL Rahul in third place.
There are no Indian players in the bowling and All-rounder T20I ranking, while Rashid Khan is the number one ranked bowler, and also his countrymate Mohammad Nabi is the number one ranked all-rounder in the T20I rankings
ICC T20I Team Rankings:
India is currently the No.1 Test team in the ICC Test rankings with 120 ratings followed by New Zealand with 118 ratings, India also tops the table in ICC WTC Test Championship
In the ODI rankings, India is second with 117 ratings and England tops the table with 123 ratings.
ICC T20I Batting Rankings: