England star Joe Root’s match-winning century in the first Test against New Zealand has seen him climb back to second in the ICC batting rankings.
Australia, who have not won an away Test series since February 2016, have moved up to No 1 on the ICC Test rankings.
Steve Smith has replaced Virat Kohli at No 2 in the Test batting rankings, while elsewhere South Africans don’t feature prominently.
Kagiso Rabada has risen one place, to No 2 on the Test bowlers rankings.
The Proteas have fallen to seventh in the latest ICC Test rankings, with India crowned the new world No 1.
Joe Root has climbed to the top of the ICC Player Rankings for Test batsmen for the first time after helping England defeat Australia by an innings and 78 runs in the fourth Test at Trent Bridge.