IND vs SL: Where do India stand at WTC points table after 2-0 clean sweep over Sri Lanka
India, who were earlier at the fifth spot, are now placed fourth with 58.33 winning percentage.
Rohit Sharma-led Team India jumped one spot in the World Test Championship table following their resounding win over Sri Lanka in the second and final Test in Bengaluru. An all-round show on a difficult Chinnaswamy surface helped India close the match in just three days as they won the contest and beat Sri Lanka by 238 runs. The team had earlier won the opening Test by an innings and 222 runs in Mohali. (Also Read | 'I've made mistakes in the past': Pant opens up his batting and keeping after winning Player of the Series against SL)
India, who were earlier at the fifth spot, are now placed fourth on the points-table with win percentage of 58.33. Australia, who are favourites to win the Karachi Test, hold the top spot, followed by Pakistan and South Africa at second and third respectively. Sri Lanka, on the other hand, are below India with a win percentage of 50.
West Indies docked WTC points
Meanwhile, West Indies slipped to eighth behind Bangladesh as two points were docked for slow over-rate during their drawn first Test against England in Antigua. The Kraigg Brathwaite-led side were found to have been two overs short after reasonable adjustments and time allowances had been taken into consideration, the ICC said.
As a result, West Indies were fined 40 per cent of their match fee and were also penalised two points in the ICC World Test Championship standings. They are one of three teams to have been docked points due to penalty overs. India have been docked three points and ninth-placed England docked 10 across 10 matches to date.
As per the WTC playing conditions, a side will be penalised one WTC point and fined 20 percent of their match fees for every over they have failed to bowl in the allotted time.
-with PTI inputs