Pakistan in with chance to enter top-5 of ICC Test rankings

Pakistan have the chance to displace Australia as the fourth-ranked team in the ICC Test rankings if they beat beat numero uno South Africa in a two-match series starting tomorrow in Abu Dhabi.

Clarke on top in ICC rankings with career-best points

In the form of his life, Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke today reached a career-best 900 points to retain the top spot in the ICC Test Rankings for batsmen after his side`s innings and 201 runs win against Sri Lanka in Melbourne.

Cook closes in on number one batting spot

The race to become the number one-ranked batsman on the ICC Test rankings for batsmen has just become even more exciting following England’s seven wicket win against India in Kolkata.

CSA lauds Amla, Philander for helping SA become No.1 Test side

Cricket South Africa (CSA) has lauded top-order batsman Hashim Amla and bowling all-rounder Vernon Philander for their superlative effort, which saw the Proteas dethrone England from the top of the ICC Test ranking.

India all set to lose No. 2 spot in Test ranking

Having conceded a 0-3 lead to Australia in the four-Test series so far, the Indian cricket team is all set to lose its second place in the ICC Test ranking to South Africa.

India to lose 2nd rank to South Africa if series ends in draw

Even if India manages to win the next two Tests against Australia, it will still lose its second place in the ICC Test ranking to South Africa.

Warne reveals plans to lift Australia out of morass

Shane Warne has come up with a 10-point action plan to revive the state of cricket Down Under and said that tough decisions need to be made.

India lose points but retains top position in ICC Test rankings

Team India, who started the Test match on 130 rating points will drop to 127 points but will still be eight points clear of second placed South Africa.

Sangakkara new number one in ICC Test ranking

Sangakkara topples Virender Sehwag from number one position to reclaim the top spot which he previously occupied in 2009.