Bangladesh have fallen behind to number 10, in the updated ICC Test rankings which were published on Wednesday.
The rankings show that Bangladesh have a 55 rating, and are behind Afghanistan, who move up to number nine with a 57 rating.
New Zealand officially become the number one ranked Test team in world cricket for the first time in their history with a 118 rating.
They overtake their trans-tasman rivals Australia, who are now ranked second with a 116 rating.
The Kiwis defeated Pakistan, who are ranked number seven now, 2-0 in the recently concluded Test series in New Zealand to reach the summit.
India, who are touring Australia are closely behind and number three with a 114 rating.
South Africa, who defeated Sri Lanka 2-0 in their last Test series in South Africa, move up to number five with a 96 rating but are well behind England who are number four with a 106 rating.
Bangladesh will have a chance to move up with number nine in the Test rankings if they can defeat the West Indies in the upcoming series.