ICC ODI Rankings: Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma reign supreme; Shikhar Dhawan, Ravindra Jadeja move up – cricket

India skipper Virat Kohli and vice-captain Rohit Sharma proceed to prepared the ground in newest International Cricket Council (ICC) ODI rankings for batsmen. Kohli and Rohit gained two and three rankings factors, respectively, after starring in a 2-1 collection win over Australia, which helped India retain their second place within the ODI Team Rankings led by World champions England.

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Kohli is on the prime of the pile with 886 factors after his ‘Man of the Series’ effort of 183 runs whereas Rohit’s 171 runs, which included a match-profitable 119 within the closing ODI, took to 868 factors and strengthened his quantity 2 place. Pakistan’s Babar Azam is in third place with 829 factors.

Opener Shikhar Dhawan gained seven slots to achieve 15th place with 170 runs in two innings. The swashbuckling southpaw missed an opportunity to bat within the closing ODI after injuring his shoulder whereas fielding. KL Rahul, who opened in his place within the Bengaluru, gained 21 slots to achieve 50th place with an combination of 146 runs.

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All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja moved up two slots to 27th amongst bowlers after ending with 4 wickets within the collection. He additionally scored 45 runs in two innings and has gained 4 locations within the all-rounders’ record to be ranked 10th.

Australia batsman Steve Smith, who topped the collection with an combination of 229 runs together with a knock of 131 within the closing ODI, has been rewarded with a 4-place soar to 23rd place. Opener David Warner has moved up one place to sixth whereas captain Aaron Finch has moved up one place into 10th. Wicket-keeper Alex Carey is in 31st place after gaining two slots.

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Leg-spinner Adam Zampa’s 5 wickets within the collection see him advance 20 locations to achieve 37th place whereas Kane Richardson has moved from 77th to 65th. India pacer Jasprit Bumrah continues to steer the bowling charts, adopted by New Zealand quick-bowler Trent Boult and Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb ur Rahman.

((With ICC Inputs))

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