World Test Championship Updated Points Table as West indies get closer to Pakistan in ranking

India are in the top three in the latest ICC World Test Championship Points Table released after West India beat Bangladesh by 10 wickets in the 2nd Test

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Hasi Kamanger

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The 2021-2023 ICC World Test Championship points table has changed slightly after England beat New Zealand 3-0 and West Indies beat Bangladesh 2-0.
According to the updated points table, England have moved up to seventh place after beating the side Kane Williamson-led in the three-game Test series at home, while the ICC World Test champions have fallen to eighth place.
India will play England in the 5th Test at Edgbaston, Birmingham from July 1st. India leads the series 2-1 and a win or draw will give India their first straight win against England in England since 2007. The game is also very important as part of the World Test Championship (WTC). India is currently third in the points table with six wins, three losses and two draws in 11 games across the four series it has played this WTC cycle. You have 77 points with a win rate of 58.33.
The West Indies' win over Bangladesh in the two-game Test series does not affect their lead as they remain sixth and ninth. However, West Indies have picked up some important points as they are now just 2 points behind Pakistan.
Australia, South Africa, India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan have retained their positions. However, these cricket nations have yet to play a number of Red Ball series.

Pat Cummins-led Australia meet Sri Lanka in the two-game Test series from 29 June, while India are in England for the rescheduled five-game final of the series.
Babar-led Pakistan will travel to Sri Lanka for a two-game Test series in August. South Africa will visit England in September and Australia and the West Indies will meet in November-December.