ICC Ranking: The ICC has released the latest rankings after the three-match ODI series between Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 matches have also featured in the rankings and due to this, there have been many changes.
Pakistan (98) is still in sixth place in the team rankings, while Sri Lanka (79) is in the eighth position with a loss of three points.
There is no change in the top 10 of the batsmen and Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma still hold the first two positions. Babar Azam, who was the man of the series against Sri Lanka, retained his third position.
Outside the top 10, Pakistan’s Fakhar Zaman was up two places to 16th and Haris Sohail was up three places to 32nd, Sri Lanka’s Danushka Gunatilaka was up 23 places to 70th, Scotland’s Kyle Kotzer gained one place to 36th, Richie Berrington was 14th. 78th and Craig Wallace gain 37th to 140th. Asad Wala of Papua New Guinea gained 76 places to 91st and Monank Patel of USA gained 163 places to 163rd position.
In the bowling department, Jasprit Bumrah of India is still in the first place, while Mohammad Aamir of Pakistan has gained 6 places to reach the seventh position in the top 10.
Outside the top 10, Pakistan’s Usman Shinwari moved up 28 places to 43rd position, while Papua New Guinea’s Asad Wala (102 from 30 places), Nosena Pokana (114 places to 114) and Chad Soper ( 117) has benefited tremendously from the advantage of 23 places.
Among all-rounders, Shakib Al Hasan still occupies the first place, while Imad Wasim of Pakistan is fourth and Mohammad Hafeez is 10th.
Top 10 batsmen
1 Virat Kohli India 895
2 Rohit Sharma India 863
3 Babar Azam Pakistan 834
4 Faf du Plessy South Africa 820
5 Ross Taylor New Zealand 817
6 Kane Williamson New Zealand 796
7 David Warner Australia 794
8 Joe Route England 787
9 Quinton de Cock South Africa 781
10 Jason Roy England 774
Top 10 bowler
1 Jaspreet Bumrah India 797
2 Trent bolt new Zealand 740
3 Kagiso Rabada South Africa 694
4 Pat Cummins Australia 693
5 Mujib ur Rehman Afghanistan 681
6 Chris Woakes England 676
7 Mohammad Aamir Pakistan 663
8 Mitchell Starc Australia 663
9 Rashid Khan Afghanistan 658
10 Matt Henry New Zealand 656