ICC Rankings: While there doesn’t seem to be a major change in the top 3 ranks of the men’s T20I batting rankings, there is a change in player ratings. Pakistani wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan retained his lead with 854 points.
ICC Batting Rankings:
With the battle for the top spot never ending, Indian batsman Suryakumar Yadav dropped 16 points to continue his second place finish. With the stellar show he put on recently where he hit an 18-ball 50 against South Africa, his rating went from 826 to 838.
The talented Pakistani right-handed batsman Babar Azam retained his third place. Australian batsman, Aaron Finch slipped 1 place to 6th while England’s Dawid Malan took over from 5e place after a good performance in the series against Pakistan.
Quinton de Kock explodes 7 places to reach 12e place on the list. KL Rahul moved up seven places to reach 14e position while India captain Rohit Sharma rose from 13e at 16e.
ICC Ranking of Bowlers
Topping the men’s T20I Bowling charts is josh Hazlewood, a josh Hazlewood. Afghan bowler, Rashid Khan jumped ahead of South African bowler, Tabraiz Samsi, to take second place. Shamsi dropped to fifth place and Australian bowler Adam Zampa moved up two places to seal fourth place. Sri Lanka’s Wanindu Hasaranga moved up two spots to secure third place. The proteas tweaker, Keshav Maharaja is a new entrant in the top 10.
Mohammad Nabi continues to dominate the Men’s T20I All-Rounder rankings chart. The top placings remain unchanged for the All-Rounders list. The explosive Indian jack-of-all-trades Hardik Pandya continues his stay in the 5e position.
The battle for the top of the men’s T20I batting leaderboard will be one to watch.
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