After the completion of the One-day international series between England- South Africa and India versus New Zealand, there has been changes in the rankings released on Wednesday.
Despite a poor One-day international series against New Zealand, the Indian captain Virat Kohli still remains number 1 ranked batsman. He scored 75 runs in 3 matches against Kiwis in absence of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan. Rohit Sharma who missed the ODI series due to an injury maintains at number 2.
Pakistan youngster Babar Azam also maintains the number 3 position. The experienced Ross Taylor who scored 194 runs in 3 matches and was awarded man of the series climbs up to number 4 in the batsman rankings.
Faf du Plessis slips one place to number 5th. He was not a part of the ODI squad which took on England which resulted in 1-1 draw.
David Warner also maintains his number 6th spot. Quinton de Kock who scored 107 and 69 runs in the 3 match ODI series against England climbs 2 places up to number 7th.
Kane Williamson who played just 1 match in ODI series against India slips one place down to number 8th. Joe Root also slipped one place to number 9th despite decent performance. Aaron Finch completes the top 10 spots in the latest batsman rankings.
Latest ICC ODI batsman rankings
- Virat Kohli (India)- 869
- Rohit Sharma (India)- 855
- Babar Azam (Pakistan)- 829
- Ross Taylor (New Zealand)- 828
- Faf du Plessis (South Africa)- 803
- David Warner (Australia)- 796
- Quinton de Kock (South Africa)-782
- Kane Williamson (New Zealand)- 773
- Joe Root (England)- 770
- Aaron Finch (Australia)- 769
In the bowling department, Jasprit Bumrah who failed to take any wicket slips down to number 2 in the latest ODI bowlers’ rankings. He had figures of 0 for 64, 0 for 53 and 0 for 50 in the 3 matches he featured in ODI series against New Zealand.
New Zealand spearhead Trent Boult dethrones Jasprit Bumrah as the number 1 ranked bowler in ODIs. Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Kagiso Rabada, Pat Cummins, Chris Woakes, Mohammed Aamir maintains their positions.
Mitchell Starc jumps down 2 places up to number 8th. Matt Henry slips one place down to number 9th as he did not feature in ODI series against India. Lockie Ferguson did not feature in ODI series against India slips one place down to number 10.
Latest ODI bowlers rankings
- Trent Boult (New Zealand)- 727
- Jasprit Bumrah (India)- 719
- Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afghanistan)-701
- Kagiso Rabada (South Africa)- 674
- Pat Cummins (Australia)- 673
- Chris Woakes (England)- 669
- Mohammad Aamir (Pakistan)- 659
- Mitchell Starc (Australia)- 656
- Matt Henry (New Zealand)- 643
- Lockie Ferguson (New Zealand)- 638
Mohammed Nabi replaces Ben Stokes as the number 1 ranked all-rounder.