Dubai: Indian captain Virat Kohli and vice-captain Rohit Sharma remain at the top two position in the list of batsmen in the ODI rankings of the International Cricket Council (ICC), while fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah also occupies the second place in the list of bowlers. Kohli (871 rating points) and Rohit (855) have not participated in any ODI since the Kovid-19 stalled all kinds of cricket activity but they remain in the first and second position in the batting list respectively. .
Pakistan captain Babar Azam has reduced the difference between these two Indian batsmen by scoring 221 runs in three matches against Zimbabwe. He gained eight rating points but is in third place as before.
Zimbabwe’s Brandon Taylor and Sean Williams benefited from scoring centuries in the series. Taylor has moved up nine places to 42nd position. He scored 112 runs in the first match and was successful in scoring 204 runs in the series. Williams has moved up 12 places to 46th place. He scored 118 runs in the last match.
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In the bowling list, New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult (722) is at the top and is followed by Bumrah (719). Pakistan fast bowler Shaheen Afridi managed to reach his career best 16th ranking. He took five wickets in the first ODI. With this, he was able to climb eight places.
Pakistan won the series 2–1 and got 20 points in the World Cup Super League. Zimbabwe won the third match in a super over which earned them 10 points. England topped the Super League with 30 points right now. Pakistan have the same number of points as Australia but they are in second place due to better run rate.
England remain on top in ODI rankings. After that comes the number of India, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Pakistan.
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