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ICC Test Championship Points Table: Sri Lanka ranked 5th. Africa, a loss to this team

The top two teams in the ICC Test Championship points table will play the title match in the middle of this year.

ICC World Test Championship Points Table: In the second Test match played in Johannesburg, South Africa lost to Sri Lanka (South Africa vs Sri Lanka) by 10 wickets. With this, the hosts took the series 2-0. Sri Lanka had to deal with the problem of cleanliness. Read more – South Africa v Sri Lanka: Lungi Angidi won by 10 wickets, Sri Lanka won 0-2

With this win, South Africa has gained 120 points in the World Table Championship points table. However, in the Corona era, the ICC is now going to select the top two teams on the basis of points as well as the winning percentage. Let us tell you about the new points in the points table after this match. Read more – First day of SA vs SL 2nd Test: Arich Nortje, the fastest bowler in IPL 2020, crashed on Sri Lankan batsmen

South Africa v Sri Lanka is now ranked 5th in the Test Championship. He got a total of 40 percent points. At the same time, the Sri Lankan team is in seventh place with 22 points in a row with two defeats in a row. Pakistan’s defeat is due to South Africa’s big win. They have now moved from fifth to sixth position. Read more – SA vs SL: Kagiso Rabada joins South Africa Test squad after recovering from injury

Sri Lanka will now have to face England at their home. Similarly, the South African team will now play a Test series in Pakistan.
When it comes to the points table of the World Test Championship, when it comes to the points table of the World Test Championship, Australia is in the first place with 76 wins and three losses in 12 matches. At the same time, India currently have 722 percentage points with eight wins and three losses in 11 matches. India is in second place, followed by New Zealand (66 percent) and England (fourth percent).


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