Younus Khan maintains fifth position in ICC Test ranking
Star player Younus Khan on Tuesday has kept up fifth position in most recent International Cricket Council (ICC) Test positioning. As per points of interest, Pakistan Test group commander Misbah-ul-Haq has been elevated to tenth position from eleventh rank.
Australian Batsmen Steven Smith still at No 1 Position in ICC most recent Rankings. Thus, Williamson, who made 75 and 25 in the Kanpur Test, sufficiently increased focuses to go past England's Joe Root, into the second position in the batting graphs.
The New Zealand skipper has now gathered 879 rating focuses, one more than Root and 27 focuses not as much as number-one positioned batsman, Australia commander, Steve Smith.
Another solid execution in the Kolkata Test, which begins on Friday, will possibly see Ashwin top the knocking down some pins diagrams for the second time this year after first guaranteeing the main position a year ago after the Boxing Day Tests.
Ashwin completed with a match-pull of 10 for 225 as India pounded New Zealand by a gigantic 197-run edge in the principal Test, in this way helping the off-spinner jump past England's James Anderson, into the second place in the bowler's positioning rundown.
South Africa's Hashim Amla  and Pakistan veteran Younus Khan  keep up their positions to round out the main five. Ross Taylor has dropped a spot to fifteenth  after a poor test that incorporated an unforgivable run out as the Black Caps looked for a farfetched 434 for triumph.
Be that as it may, Pakistan is still put on top position in Test positioning while India is presently one triumph far from recovering the ICC Test Championship mace from Pakistan.