Shuffling of Pack on the Cards in ODI Team and Player Rankings

Australia, India and South Africa, the top three ODI teams in the world will be in action, as will other top sides like England, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, with an eye on the ICC rankings.

updated: August 22, 2014 15:44 IST
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India, currently 2nd in the ODI rankings, can move to No.1 if they perform well in England.

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Dubai: Exciting time awaits international cricket in the next couple of weeks as six top-ranked sides in the ICC ODI Team Rankings, including second-placed India go head-to-head with eyes firmly set on next year's World Cup, which is just 175 days away.

Hambantota will host the first of three matches between Sri Lanka and Pakistan on Saturday, while in Harare on Monday, the tri-series between Australia, South Africa and Zimbabwe gets underway with the opening match between the hosts and Australia.

Also on Monday, Bristol will stage the first ODI of the five-match series between England and India. (Ravi Shastri Says India Will Learn From England Defeat)

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