West Indies reduced the gap with Bangladesh in the ICC one-day international rankings after the Caribbean side gained six points by reaching the final of the triangular series in their own soil.
According to an ICC press release on Monday, West Indies’ ranking points moved to 94, just four points behind Bangladesh, though they remained on eighth, one place behind the Tigers.
The ranking is crucial for an automatic place in the World Cup 2019. Hosts England and seven other teams on September, 30, 2017, will gain an automatic entry in the World Cup while the two other places will be decided through a qualification round.
-With New Age input