Bangladesh moved up 1 place to 7th after their historic series victory over India. The 3-match rubber completed on Wednesday (June 24) at Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur.
The triumph at home has put Bangladesh on 93 ratings points - five behind 6th-ranked England and five ahead of eighth-ranked West Indies.
With England, plus seven next highest-ranked sides as on 30 September 2015 to qualify for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, Bangladesh now look set to qualify ahead of the West Indies, which has no One-Day International (ODI) series planned until the cut-off date, and eighth-ranked West Indies, which plays Sri Lanka in a five-ODI series next month.
Bangladesh had entered the series in 8th position on 88 points, fraction of a point behind the West Indies.
In contrast, 2-1 defeat means India have dropped from 117 to 115 but has still retained his second position on the ODI table.
However, the series result means only 28 points separate second-ranked India from ninth-ranked Pakistan. World champions Australia lead the field and is sitting pretty on 129 points.
ICC ODI Championship table (as on 24 June, after England-New Zealand and Bangladesh-India series)
(Read as Rank, Team, Points)
1. Australia 129
2. India 115
3. New Zealand 112
4. South Africa 112
5. Sri Lanka 106
6. England 98
7. Bangladesh 93
8. West Indies 88
9. Pakistan 87
10. Ireland 50
11. Zimbabwe 44
12. Afghanistan 41