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    New Feature: We're Number One!

    England is (or will be as soon as the new rankings are published) the number one ranked Test team for the first time since the current ranking system began in 2003. Dave Wilson looks back to see if any earlier editions of the England team also scaled those dizzy heights.

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    Is the runs per wicket ratio just england's runs per wicket compared to India's runs per wicket. Or is it more complicated than that.
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    Interesting stuff Dave - presumably you'll be doing the definitive analysis of the relative quality of the Chapman/May/Illingworth and Strauss teams next?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurricane View Post
    Is the runs per wicket ratio just england's runs per wicket compared to India's runs per wicket. Or is it more complicated than that.
    It's offset based on era because the degree of home dominance has varied over the years, as explained here (also linked in the recent feature).


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    Quote Originally Posted by fredfertang View Post
    Interesting stuff Dave - presumably you'll be doing the definitive analysis of the relative quality of the Chapman/May/Illingworth and Strauss teams next?
    Ooh, tempting Martin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredfertang View Post
    Interesting stuff Dave - presumably you'll be doing the definitive analysis of the relative quality of the Chapman/May/Illingworth and Strauss teams next?
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