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Pakistan Falls down to 9th Position for first time in ICC One-Day Rankings

Pakistan started the series on 87 points and are now on 86 points --eight points behind eighth-ranked West Indies as the green brigade lost to England miserably

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Pakistan have dipped to their lowest ever ranking in the International Cricket Council (ICC). Image Source: Wikimedia Commons.

Pakistan, September 7, 2016: Pakistan has dipped to their lowest ever ranking in the International Cricket Council (ICC) One-day Internationals after a disappointing 1-4 loss to England in the recently concluded series.

Pakistan started the series with 87 points and are now on 86 points- eight points behind eighth-ranked West Indies as the green brigade lost to England miserably.

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Pakistani Supporters. Image Source: Wikimedia Commons

With Pakistan’s forthcoming ODI series scheduled against the West Indies and Australia, the team has left itself with a mountain to climb to keep alive its chances of qualifying automatically for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

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England, being the hosts, and the seven highest-ranked sides on the Icc ODI team rankings as on September 30, 2017, will qualify directly for the ICC’s pinnacle 50-over tournament, while the remaining two sides will progress from the 10-team IccCricket World Cup qualifier 2018.

India, meanwhile, are comfortably placed third with Australia and New Zealand holding the top two spots. (IANS)

  • Arya Sharan

    Pakistan performed really well in the test series against England but a lot needs to be done when it comes to their ODI team.

    • bewaqoof

      but they didn’t perform well in ODI, which shows in-consistency in their line-up. Not a good sign of a good cricket team.

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  • Arya Sharan

    Pakistan performed really well in the test series against England but a lot needs to be done when it comes to their ODI team.

    • bewaqoof

      but they didn’t perform well in ODI, which shows in-consistency in their line-up. Not a good sign of a good cricket team.

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Pakistan Slips Two Places on Annual Global Index on Peacefulness, Finishing at 153 among 163 Countries

In its annual report, the Institute for Economics and Peace presented a comprehensive data-driven analysis on peace, economic value, trends

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The index was released on the occasion of the International Day of Peace on September 21. It's also known as World Peace Day. Pixabay

Pakistan has slipped two places on the annual global index on peacefulness, finishing at 153 among 163 countries. The index was released on the occasion of the International Day of Peace on September 21. It’s also known as World Peace Day.

In its annual report, the Institute for Economics and Peace presented a comprehensive data-driven analysis on peace, economic value, trends and how to develop peaceful societies.

The Sydney-based think-tank said the global peacefulness improved slightly in 2019. But overall peacefulness has deteriorated 3.78 per cent since 2008.

While Iceland continues to top the Global Peace Index (GPI) as the world’s most peaceful place, Afghanistan has replaced Syria as the most violent place.

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Pakistan has slipped two places on the annual global index on peacefulness, finishing at 153 among 163 countries. Pixabay

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India also has the seventh-highest overall natural hazard score in the world. (IANS)