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ICC has announced latest Test team rankings

New Zealand has overtaken Australia to take the third position in theA�ICC Test Team RankingsA�after the Christchurch and Johannesburg Test matches, which has resulted in them getting a bigger purse from the International Cricket Council at the extended cut-off date of 3 April.

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Indian captain Virat Kohli with the ICC Test Championship Mace

New Zealanda��sA�1-0 series win over EnglandA�and Australiaa��s 3-1 loss to South Africa have resulted in both teams finishing on 102 points in the team rankings. However, New Zealand is ahead by a wafer-thin margin, as they are now on 102.263 points and Australia are on 102.2 points.

The change in rankings means that New Zealand will now get a prize money of $200,000 for finishing third while Australia will have to be content with $100,000.

South Africa had already assured themselves of the second place and $500,000 after having taken up a 2-1 lead in the series since only Australia could overtake them in the team list. Australia needed to win 3-0 or better to overtake South Africa while they had to avoid losing 3-1 or worse to ensure that neither New Zealand nor England could overtake them.

India has already been presented with theA�ICC Test Championship MaceA�and a $1 million prize money after they sealed the top spot following victory in the Johannesburg Test against South Africa in January. South Africa had won the series 2-1. India and South Africa had also finished in similar rankings in 2017.
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ICC Test Team Rankings (as on 3 April, after the Christchurch and Johannesburg Tests):

Rank Team Points
1 India 121
2 South Africa 117 (+2)
3 New Zealand 102 (+2)
4 Australia 102 (-2)
5 England 97 (-2)
6 Sri Lanka 95
7 Pakistan 88
8 Windies 72
9 Bangladesh 71
10 Zimbabwe 1

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