In the WTC Points table Indian team reach this position after winning the Centurian test match

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Actually, the Test series is played between different countries under the WTC. Due to which there is a continuous change in the WTC points table.

Team India won the Centurion test match against South Africa by a whopping 113-run margin. After the results of this match, there has been a change in the WTC points table continuously.

Let's keep an eye on the rank of the India team and other teams in the world, this winning performance is lucky for the team.

Position of the Indian team in the WTC points table

In a third test match, Australia defeated England by 14 runs in the Ashes series to top the World Test Championship points table with 36 points.

While at number two with 24 points and a winning percentage of 100 is present, Sri Lanka is in second place.

While the Pakistani cricket team is in third place with 36 points and a 75 percent victory.

After winning the first test match against Africa, 12 points have been added to the Indian cricket team's tally.

The India team now has 54 points, while the winning percentage is 64.28, thus the India team remains in fourth place.

This is the second edition of the WTC that will run from 2021 to 2023.

These teams lost their places in the WTC points table

All these data are available on the ICC official site where you can find them by looking at the WTC 2021-23 points table.

https://www.icc-cricket.com/world-test-championship/standings

On the WTC points table list, the West Indies is in fifth place with 12 points.

While the winner of the first edition of the WTC New Zealand is at number six with 4 points.

At the same time, the England team remains in seventh position with 6 points.

While the Bangladesh team is in the last position in the WTC points table.

With the Ashes series being played between Australia and England, there has been a huge surprise on the World Test Championship point table this week.

Sri Lanka, the number one in the ranking, had to slide into second position.