New Zealand remain seventh in test rankings

Last updated 08:18 02/07/2014
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New Zealand remain seventh on the ICC test team rankings despite their 2-1 series victory over the West Indies.

The ICC released their latest rankings this morning and New Zealand remain on 93 points, 30 behind world No 1 Australia.

In sixth place is Sri Lanka on 96 points.

As far as the individuals go, Kane Williamson's outstanding series has seen him jump five places to 14th in the world batting ranks.

Ross Taylor is the highest New Zealand batsman at 9th while the No 1 is South Africa's AB De Villiers.

New Zealand has two bowlers in the top 10, Tim Southee at No 6 and Trent Boult at No 9.

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