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No change in official ODI table after drawn series

The drawn One-Day International series between England and the West Indies in the Caribbean means that neither side has improved its position in the ICC ODI Championship table

The drawn One-Day International series between England and the West Indies in the Caribbean means that neither side has improved its position in the ICC ODI Championship table.
England went into the series in seventh spot in the official table and knew that a winning series could lift them as high as third. But the 2-2 draw has seen their rating fall from 106 to 105 to leave them slightly worse off.
The result is more beneficial to the West Indies whose rating has improved from 100 to 101 but they needed to win the series to climb the table and they remain eighth.
The series saw the ICC Anti-Corruption and Security Unit's new Regional Security Manager attend his first matches in his new capacity. Ron Hope has been recruited to replace Bob Smalley as the Regional Security Manager for England and the West Indies following Mr Smalley's retirement at the end of 2003.
The ICC ODI Championship table correct on 6 May 2004
Team Rating
1 Australia 135
2 South Africa 113
3 Sri Lanka 110
4 New Zealand 109
5 India 107
6 Pakistan 106
7 England 105
8 West Indies 101
9 Zimbabwe 63
10 Kenya 28
11 Bangladesh 3
Developed by David Kendix
Note: If ratings are equal, the ratings calculation is refined to three decimal places to determine the higher ranked team.
The ICC ODI Championship table is updated on the ICC website after every ODI match.
To predict the impact future results will have on the ratings visit the official ICC website www.icc.cricket.org then click on `ICC ODI Championship' and `analyse this table for future results'
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