Following their four-wicket triumph over Sri Lanka in Galle last week, Pakistan is now the only team in the standings with a 100% win-loss record.
In the most recent World Test Championship (WTC) standings, India is now ranked second after being held to a tie by the West Indies.
India appeared to be in position to win the second Test after taking two wickets to put the West Indies in a 289-run hole by the end of the fourth day of play. India currently leads the two-match series 1-0.
India, however, was forced to accept a portion of the winnings after the entire final day was rained out. India’s win-loss ratio, which fell from 100 to 66.67 as a result of the tie, suffered.
After a draw against the West Indies, India has slid to second place in the latest World Test Championship (WTC) standings.
India led the two-match series 1-0 after taking two wickets to leave the West Indies trailing by 289 runs at the close of the fourth day of play.
However, since the entire final day was washed out, India had to settle for a share of the spoils. The tie reduced India’s win-loss percentage from 100 to 66.67.
The draw versus India boosted the West Indies’ win-loss percentage to 16.67, propelling them to fifth place, while Sri Lanka, with one loss, is ninth.
New Zealand, South Africa, and Bangladesh have yet to play in the new World Test Championship cycle, which began last month.