KATHMANDU:- Nepal has maintained its spot in the One-Day International (ODI) by remaining in the 19th spot in the ranking released by the International Cricket Council (ICC) today.
Nepal was ranked 19th last year as well.
According to the new ranking unveiled by the ICC, the world governing body of cricket, New Zealand has remained atop the ranking while England is placed second. India is ranked third.
Likewise, Pakistan is in the fourth, Australia fifth, South Africa sixth and Bangladesh seventh in the ranking. Similarly, Sri Lanka earned eighth position in the ranking while West Indies secured ninth and Afghanistan tenth.
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