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There was no change at the top of ICC Test rankings for teams and bowlers as India and its premier off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin held on to their numero uno spots respectively.
India led the team's table with 115 points ahead of arch-rivals Pakistan (111) and Australia (108). England were at fourth place followed by South Africa, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, West Indies with Bangladesh and Zimbabwe completing the list.
Ashwin maintained his position with 900 points, with South African pace spearhead Dale Steyn (878) and England's James Anderson (853) completing the top three. Ashwin's spin partner Ravindra Jadeja was at seventh place with 805 points.Ashwin was also leading the all-rounders' table with 451 points, with Jadeja occupying the fifth position with 292 points.
Ajinkya Rahane was the top-ranked Indian batsman at sixth with 825 points, while Cheteshwar Pujara and skipper Virat Kohli moved up a place each to 14th and 16th spots respectively.
Australia captain Steve Smith is leading the table as the number-one ranked batsman, while South Africa's Hashim Amla is ranked third. England's Joe Root has dropped out of the top three. He has slipped two places to fifth.
Bangladesh teenage spin sensation Mehedi Hasan has rocketed into 33rd position in the MRF Tyres rankings for Test bowlers.
Bangladesh's 108 runs victory in Mirpur has also earned the youngest of the 10 Test playing countries eight ranking points. This means it is now on 65 points, just two points behind eighth-ranked West Indies.

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