India won the two-match series 2-0, with a 1-0 victory in the first encounter and a 3-0 victory in the second match, which took place on Sunday at Mirpur. India had began play on Day 4 at the score of 45/4, with a goal of 145 to reach.
On Day 4, the visitors suffered an early loss of three wickets, and Mehidy Hasan Miraz finished the day with his ninth five-wicket haul. Shreyas Iyer and Ravichandran Ashwin put up an undefeated stand of 71 runs to push India over the finish line and give them the victory. Bangladesh had appeared to be in control of the proceedings.
India improved their prospects of competing in the final of the World Test Championship, which will take place in the following year, by virtue of their victory.
The following is an up-to-date version of the points table for the World Test Championship:
With a victory percentage of 76.92, Australia is currently in first place in the table ahead of the Boxing Day Test that they will play against South Africa. The team that is captained by Pat Cummins has competed in 13 games so far, and they have won nine of those games.
As a result of India’s victory over Bangladesh in the series, they continue to hold the second rank. They have a 58.93 percent winning percentage overall.
Ahead of the second test match against Australia, which will begin on Monday, December 26, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, South Africa has maintained their position as the third team in the table. Their proportion of victories is 54.55 percent.
With a win percentage of 53.33, Sri Lanka is currently in fourth place.
Following their 3-0 victory over Pakistan, England are now in fifth place in the league. The team that Ben Stokes is captaining now has a win percentage of 46.97.
The West Indies are currently in sixth place, behind England, with a victory percentage of 40.91.
Pakistan and New Zealand will be competing against one another in a two-match Test series beginning on December 26. Pakistan and New Zealand are now ranked sixth and eighth, respectively, with win percentages of 38.89 and 25.93.
Bangladesh continues to hold the last place due to their dismal victory percentage of 11.11.
The subsequent World Test Championship assignment for India is a four-match series against Australia, which will take place in India between February and March.