India will end 2016 at the Numero Uno position in the ICC Test rankings after their 4-0 series victory over second-placed England. India have now moved to 120 points, 15 ranking points ahead of second-placed Australia, who will challenge them for the top spot in February of 2017.
The 4-0 series win against England has helped India gain five ranking points to take them to 120 points in the last Test team rankings update of 2016, which is 15 points ahead of second-placed Australia. In complete contrast, England, who had started the series in
With the final update in the rankings table, India will end the year at the top.
In fact, India
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