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The ICC released its new ranking on Wednesday. In the ICC ODI rankings batting, Indian captain Virat Kohli is still frozen in the first place. Virat Kohli has been at the top of the ODI batting rankings since 2017. At the third place is Indian batsman Rohit Sharma. Know ahead who is in the second place in the rankings…
ODI batting rankings
Virat Kohli, who holds the top position, now has 857 rating points. However, his top position is now getting a tough challenge from Pakistani batsman Babar Azam. Babur currently has 852 rating points and by a difference of 5 points, Babar is in second place in the ranking. Another Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman has also received his best batting award in the ICC’s latest ODI rankings. He has gained seven places in the ODI rankings and has now reached the 12th position. Fakhar had played an excellent innings of 193 runs against South Africa in the second ODI chasing the target. Apart from this, England’s opening batsman Johnny Bairstow and South African wicket-keeper batsman Quanton de Kock have also received the prize and both have come in sixth and tenth place respectively.
ODI bowling rankings –
In the rankings of ODI bowling, South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has jumped one place to number five. Rabada got the prize of one place in the ranking. At the same time, South Africa’s second fast bowler Enrich Nortje has taken seven wickets in two matches against Pakistan. As a result, Enrich Nourtze has moved up to the 73rd best in his career. At the same time, New Zealand fast bowler Trent Bolt still holds the first position in the rankings of ODI bowlers. For India, Jaspreet Bumrah is the only Indian bowler in the first ten bowlers and he remains in fourth place.
One day all-rounder ranking
If we talk about the all-rounder ranking in ODIs, then Saqib Al Hasan is at the top, England’s best all-rounder Ben Stokes is in second place. Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja is the only Indian in this list and he is placed at the ninth position. New Zealand all-rounder Michelle Santner has moved up one place to sixth.
New Zealand’s young batsman Fin Allen, who made his debut against Bangladesh in T20 cricket, has joined the top-100 batsmen due to his unprecedented performance. At the same time, England opener David Malan occupies the top in the T20 batting rankings. For India, Virat Kohli and Lokesh Rahul are frozen in fifth and sixth position respectively. South African fast bowler Tabrez Shamsi is first in T20 bowling. At the same time, Mohammad Nabi of Afghanistan occupies the top of the list of all-rounders.