South Africa is now fourth on the ICC ODI rankings. Photo: Ryan Wilkisky/BackpagePix

JOHANNESBURG - The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday released their latest One-Day International (ODI) rankings.

New Zealand have overtaken South Africa to move up to third in the latest One-Day International rankings.

New Zealand were in third position before losing a preceding series to India by a 4-1 margin, slipping down and starting the series against Bangladesh in fourth position, with 111 points and behind South Africa on decimal points.

The 3-0 result sees them overtake South Africa and reach 112 points, 10 points behind second-placed India in the list led by England with 126 points. 

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The Top 10 countries on the latest ODI rankings are:

1 England -  126

2 India -  122

3 New Zealand - 112 

4 South Africa - 111

5 Pakistan - 102

6 Australia - 100

7 Bangladesh - 90

8 Sri Lanka - 78

9 West Indies - 72

10 Afghanistan - 67

African News Agency (ANA) 


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