Pakistan skipper Babar Azam has consolidated the number one position in the latest ICC ODI Rankings. His century against England in the third ODI helped him gain 8 rating points to reach a career-best rating of 873 points. He broke several records during the process, the most remarkable being him becoming the fastest to register his 14th ODI century.
Virat Kohli is at the number two spot in the ICC ODI Rankings, with both having a difference of 16 points. Rohit Sharma is at three with 825 rating points.
West Indies spinner, Fabien Allen has reached the top-10 for the first time in ICC T20 rankings for the bowlers. He gained 16 spots to reach 10th position. He has claimed 3 wickets in 3 T20 internationals against Australia in the ongoing T20 series.
Fast bowler Sheldon Cottrell (up two places to 22nd), Dwayne Bravo (up to seven places to 37th), and Obed McKoy (up 15 places to 38th) have also moved up in the bowlers’ list for the West Indies, while for Australia, left-arm fast bowler Mitchell Starc has advanced five places and is now in 29th position.
England fast bowler, Saqib Mahmood’s impressive performance in the recently concluded ODI series against Pakistan helped him gain 83 spots to 63rd position.
In the ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings, Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor’s impressive knocks of 81 and 92 in the one-off Test against Bangladesh helped him gain seven places to 28th position.
Bowlers Blessing Muzarabani moved up six places to 45th position in the Test rankings for bowlers. Donald Tiripano moved up three places to the 76th position.