In the most recent edition of the ICC men’s T20I batting rankings, which were published here on Wednesday, Suryakumar Yadav maintained his position at the top of the list, and all-rounder Hardik Pandya moved up to the joint-50th position.
In the most recent ICC men’s T20I batting rankings, which were revealed here on Wednesday, star India batter Suryakumar Yadav maintained his position at the top of the list, while all-rounder Hardik Pandya moved up to the joint-50th position.
After scoring an incredible 111 runs without being dismissed in the second Twenty20 International that was played against New Zealand, Suryakumar was able to further solidify his position at the top of the rankings. As a result of the series, Suryakumar has gained 31 rating points, and his current total of 890 points keeps him 54 points ahead of Mohammed Rizwan of Pakistan, who is in second place.
On the other side, Hardik, who was in charge of India during the series against New Zealand, moved up to joint-50th place among hitters as a result of his undefeated 30 in the final match.
In the rankings of bowlers, the veteran fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar moved up two spots to take the eleventh position, and the left-arm seamer Arshdeep Singh moved up one spot to take the twenty-first position.
Yuzvendra Chahal, a spinner, has advanced eight positions and is now ranked 40th.
While the talismanic Virat Kohli has moved up to the sixth slot in the ODI rankings, the captain Rohit Sharma has maintained his position at number eight throughout this entire process.
The top-ranked Indian bowler is the injured Jasprit Bumrah, who is now placed 11th on the list of bowlers.
After an epic 269-run partnership at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Australian openers David Warner and Travis Head have made notable gains in one-day international player rankings. Meanwhile, Steve Smith’s consistent performances in the home series against England have helped him attain a career-best equaling seventh position.
After scoring 106 in the last match, Warner was able to conclude the series with 240 runs and win the Player of the Series award. This allowed Warner move up one spot in the rankings, putting him in the fifth position overall. Warner was a former top-ranked batter.
Following his performance of 152 runs that earned him Player of the Match honours at the MCG, Head racked up 208 runs overall and moved up 12 positions to reach the 30th slot.
Smith finished third on the list of run scorers, and his 195 runs were sufficient to move him up three places to seventh place, which is the same position he held in January of 2017.
Both Marnus Labuschagne and Mitchell Marsh have advanced farther up the list, and they are currently located at positions 68 and 84, respectively.
Mitchell Starc, a fast bowler, has moved up four places to take fourth position in the bowlers’ rankings. Adam Zampa, a leg-spinner, has moved up eight places to take seventh place, and Pat Cummins, a fast bowler, has moved up one place to take 17th position. Starc was named Player of the Match for a haul of four for 47 in the second One-Day International that was played in Sydney.
Phil Salt and Dawid Malan are the two Englishmen who have broken into the top 100. Malan has moved up 56 places and is now in the 100th position, while Salt has moved up six spots and is now in the 97th position.