England took the number one spot for the first time. -Photo by AFP

KARACHI: Australia fell to the fourth spot, losing its number one position for the first time since September 2009 after the annual ICC ODI rankings were released.

This is also Australia’s lowest position since the rankings were launched in 2002.

England took the number one spot for the first time, followed by South Africa while world champions India are number three.

Pakistan are at number six behind Sri Lanka and ahead of West Indies with a rating of 105.

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