India have risen to top spot in the ICC one-day international rankings for the first time in over three years.
After beating England 3-2 in their recent ODI series at home, India jumped from 117 ratings points to 119 while England slipped from 121 to 119 with India claiming first place after the ratings were calculated past the decimal point.
England had held the number one spot since September while it is the second time India have topped the current ranking system since late 2009.
The latest rankings are less positive for South Africa who dropped from second to fourth position after their 2-1 series loss to New Zealand with the Proteas losing nine ratings points.
Meanwhile, Australia and Sri Lanka retained their pre-series ODI rankings after their recent series ended in a tie, with Australia one point ahead of South Africa in third spot and Sri Lanka two behind them in fifth.