Australia go top of Test and T20 rankings
- India's long stay at the top of the ICC Test rankings is over after Australia rose to the summit on Friday.
Australia have replaced India at the top of the ICC Test rankings and are also the number one Twenty20 side in the world.
India had been the top-ranked Test side since October 2016 but have dropped to third behind Tim Paine's men and New Zealand.
Australia lead the way with 116 points, with the Black Caps on 115 and Virat Kohli's side - still top of the Test Championship - amassing 114. South Africa dropped below Sri Lanka into sixth spot.
Results from 2016-17 were wiped off when the latest rankings were calculated, with matches played since May last year rated at 100 per cent and those from the previous two years 50 per cent.
Australia drew the Ashes series in England 2-2 last year before whitewashing Pakistan and New Zealand on home soil.
coach Justin Langer wants his team to be the best not only in the rankings but also in their values and processes.— ICC (@ICC) May 1, 2020
WATCH him express pride over Australia reaching No.1 in Test rankings pic.twitter.com/DUjbwXTIJz
There have been plenty of changes in the T20 order, with Australia rising to the summit for the first time since rankings were introduced in 2011.
They replace Pakistan, who slip to fourth, with England up to second and India into third.
World champions England have increased their advantage over India at the top of the ODI rankings to eight points.