ICC World Test Championship 2019-21 points table, after September 2019: Australia finish at fourth, England at fifth, India still on top

Joe Root Tim Paine England Australia Ashes 2019

Thanks to their 2-0 sweep over West Indies, India continued to retain their substantial lead over others in the ICC Test Championship points table. In fact, they have at least twice as many points as New Zealand and Sri Lanka, tied at second place on points but separated on runs per wicket.

Australia and England won a Test each this month to level The Ashes. The wins also helped them occupy the next two places, followed by West Indies. South AfricaPakistan, and Bangladesh are yet to play their first Tests.

TeamSeriesMWTDLNRPtsPtsCPCTRPW
India12200001201201.0002.434
New Zealand1210010601200.5001.401
Sri Lanka1210010601200.5000.714
Australia1420110561200.4671.158
England1410120561200.4670.864
West Indies120002001200.0000.411
South Africa000000000-0
Bangladesh000000000-0
Pakistan000000000-0

M=matches, W=wins, L=losses, NR=no result, NRR=net run rate, Pts=points
PtsC=points contested, PCT=Pts/PtsC
RPW=(runs per wicket of team in question)-(runs per wicket of opposition)

Rules:
- Teams are ranked according to PCT, then by RPW
- Points are awarded according to the following rules

Tests
in series
Points
(win)
Points
(tie)
Points
(draw)
Points
(defeat)
26030200
34020130
43015100
5241280