After defeating New Zealand in the last match of the three-match series, India climbed to the top of the ODI rankings. Currently ranked first in both the T20I and ODI formats, Rohit Sharma's team is the greatest in white-ball cricket.
India was rated third in the ODI rankings but tied with England and New Zealand in rating points. However, due to playing more matches than the top two teams, India were ranked third in the world. India was able to reassert themselves as the greatest white-ball team in the world thanks to the clean sweep.
Following New Zealand's defeat to India in the second ODI, England, who had just taken over first place, are now in second place, with New Zealand dropping to fourth.
Prior to Tuesday's match, all three teams were tied on 113 points, with the difference in their total points serving as the deciding factor. But according to the most recent results, Australia has moved up into third place with 112 rating points, England is now in second place with 113 rating points, and India is now in first place with 114 rating points. New Zealand is rated with 111 points.
England would replace India as the top in the Men's ODI rankings if they were to defeat South Africa in their forthcoming series of one-day internationals by 3-0.