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ICC ODI team ranking: Team India still holding second spot despite being defeated by Bangladesh
In the latest ICC ODI team rankings, Team India is still holding the fort and sitting tightly at number 2nd spot, despite facing a defeat from host Bangladesh in the first One day International in Mirpur, Dhaka.

Bangladesh has however moved to seventh spot, over West Indies and Pakistan and they have increased their chances of playing the Champions Trophy 2017, which will be decided through a straight fight among Bangladesh, Pakistan and West Indies.

Recently Bangladesh have shown their mettle after beating Pakistan 3-0, followed by an impressive victory over Indians by 79 runs which certainly depicts that now Bangladesh cannot be treated as pushovers and should be taken seriously.

Mighty Australians are still ruling the chart with 129 points. However, India is closely following at second position with 116 points. New Zealand is at the 3rd place however the outcome of their only remaining match against England might change the sequence.

In the fourth place South Africa's position is intact with 112 points whereas fifth placed is Sri Lanka with 106 points. England is at 6th place and is doing an excellent job against New Zealand. 

Here is the latest ICC ODI team ranking:

1. Australia - 129 points

2. India - 116 points

3. New Zealand - 114 points

4. South Africa - 112 points

5. Sri Lanka - 106 points

6. England - 96 points

7. Bangladesh - 91 points

8. West Indies - 88 points

9. Pakistan - 87 points

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