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Sep 21, 2009

India rise to the 2nd place in the ICC ODI rankings

Australia's loss an expelled to be India's gain as Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men rose back to the 2nd spot following the world champions' return to the 3rd position in the ICC one-day rankings issued today.

Indian Cricket TeamAustralia were powerless to complete an unprecedented 7-0 clean sweep over England yesterday as Ricky Ponting's men went down by four wickets in the 7th ODI of the series in Durham.

As a result, Australia's concise return to the top of the ODI Championship table ended with the team falling to 3rd again.

South Africa reclaimed the number-one position, the ICC said in a statement.

With just two ratings points separating Australia, India and South Africa, the rankings could be set for some more hacking and changing over the next weeks as the battle for the Champions Trophy 2009 begins in South Africa tomorrow.

England moved back ahead of New Zealand into 6th place in the ODI team rankings.

A reasonable performance in the ICC Champions Trophy could see Andrew Strauss' men make it as high as fourth because they are just four ratings points behind Pakistan in that position.

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