The cancellation of the third ODI against the West Indies in Visakhapatnam due to cyclone ‘hudhud’ has cost India a chance to regain the number one spot even as Australia grabbed the no. one position in the ICC rankings issued on Monday.
The cancellation of tomorrow’s ODI between India and the West Indies in Visakhapatnam means India cannot leapfrog Australia even if they win the remaining two matches in Dharamshala and Kolkata on October 17 and 20 respectively.
In this case, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s team will behind by 0.02 points from Australia. Still Australia is on top with 114 points. As before Mahendra Singh Dhoni remained on sixth position and Virat Kholi remained on third position but Shikhar Dhawan slid on eighth place.