New Delhi: Team India, after losing the Test series against South Africa will aim for revenge in the ODI series. However, more than revenge, the visitors will eye the number one ODI status. The Virat Kohli led India, which currently ranks second, can top the ODI table if they win the six-match series by 4-2 or better, while to retain the top spot, South Africa will just have to draw the series.Also Read - T20 World Cup: Babar Azam's Stirring Dressing Room Speech Has the Potential to Mark the Beginning of a New Era in Pakistan Cricket l Watch Video

However, if India suffer the series defeat by 5-1 or worse, they will slip behind third-placed England by a fraction of a point. Also Read - WATCH| BCCI Secretary Jay Shah and Akshay Kumar Celebrates After Over-Throw From Shaheen Afridi in India vs Pakistan Match

Meanwhile, India captain Virat Kohli continues to lead the ICC ODI Player Rankings for batsmen with 876 points, just above South Africa’s AB de Villiers (872). Australia’s David Warner is placed third with 823 points followed by Rohit Sharma (816), Pakistan’s Babar Azam (813). Also Read - Here's Why Indian Team Took a Knee in T20 World Cup Match Against Pakistan

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has slipped a place to the 13th spot just above another Indian Shikhar Dhawan.

Amongst the bowlers, Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah (728 points) is static at the third spot behind leader Imran Tahir (743) of South Africa and New Zealand’s Trent Boult (729).

Left-arm spinner Akshar Patel is the only other Indian to feature in the top 10 at the 10th spot with 643 points.

No Indian features in the top 10 of the ICC ODI Players Rankings for all-rounders, which is being headed by Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan, followed by Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez and Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi.

In the ODI team ranking, World champions Australia meanwhile, have dropped two places to fifth, while ICC Champions Trophy winners Pakistan have conceded three points following an action-packed month of white ball cricket, which saw 17 ODIs being played between seven sides in Australia, Bangladesh and New Zealand.

While the 50-over tournament champions, Australia have slipped in the team rankings table, England and New Zealand have been rewarded for their impressive performances against Australia and Pakistan, respectively.

England (116) have moved up to third after gaining two points and New Zealand (115) have risen to fourth after earning three points.

Following a 4-1 series defeat, Australia are now fifth on 112 points, while Pakistan, after being swept aside 5-0 by New Zealand, are sixth on 96 points. The top five sides are still separated by just nine points.

In Bangladesh, the hosts went head to head with Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe in a tri-series, which culminated on Saturday with Sri Lanka beating Bangladesh in the final by 79 runs.

From this series, all three sides retained their pre-series rankings, but Bangladesh conceded two points to slip to 90 and Zimbabwe earned a point to move to 53. Sri Lanka stayed on 84 points.

Also in action will be 11th-ranked Afghanistan and 10th- ranked Zimbabwe in Sharjah; the two sides will contest a five-ODI series in Sharjah from February 9 to 19. (With PTI inputs)