ICC Rankings: Jadeja is again the number one all-rounder in Test rankings, Virat is on the verge of being out of top-10
Ravindra Jadeja has again become the world’s number one all-rounder in the latest ICC Test rankings. At the same time, Virat Kohli is on the verge of being out of the top 10 among the batsmen.
Indian batsman Virat Kohli has slipped to the tenth spot in the latest ICC Test rankings. On the other hand, Ravindra Jadeja has again become the number one all-rounder in the world. Ravichandran is second only to Ashwin Jadeja. Australian players who performed well in the Test series against Pakistan have also benefited from the ICC rankings. Marnus Labuschagne remains in the first place, while Steve Smith has moved up to the second place. Virat Kohli is at the second position in the ODI rankings.
Usman Khawaja has benefited the most, who has scored runs at an average of more than 100 in 2022. He has reached his career-best ranking of seventh place. They have gained six places and they have left behind Rohit-Virat.
Four Australian Batsmen involve In The Top 10
Four Australian batsmen are in the top 10 in the ranking of batsmen in Tests. Marnus Labuschagne is first and Steve Smith is second. On the other hand, Usman Khawaja is at seventh and Travis Head is at ninth position. New Zealand’s Kane Williamson is third and England’s Joe Root is fourth. Babar Azam is in fifth and Dimuth Karunaratne is in sixth place. India’s Virat Kohli is on the verge of being dropped from the first 10 batsmen. He has come in tenth place. While Rohit Sharma is in eighth place.
Ashwin At Number Two Among Bowlers
There hasn’t been much change in the bowlers’ rankings. Pat Cummins of Australia remains at the first position. On the other hand, Ashwin is second and Rabada is third. Jasprit Bumrah also remains in fourth place. Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi has gained one place and has moved up to the fifth position. On the other hand, Kyle Jamieson has moved up to sixth place with a loss of one place. Team Southee is seventh, Neil Wagner eighth, James Anderson ninth and Josh Hazlewood in tenth.
Virat-Rohit In Top 5 In ODI Rankings
There has not been much change in the ranking of batsmen in ODIs. Babar Azam is at the first position with Virat Kohli second and Ross Taylor in third place. Rohit Sharma has gained one place and has come at number four. Quinton de Kock has moved up one place to the fifth position. Jonny Bairstow is at sixth, Aaron Finch, seventh, Dusen, eighth, Warner, ninth and Imam-ul-Haq is at the tenth position.
Trent Boult Becomes Number 1 Bowler In ODIs
There is no change in the first seven places in the ranking of bowlers in ODIs. However, Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan has gained four places and has moved up to eighth. Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan has also moved up one place to joint ninth. Australia’s Adam Zampa is also present in ninth place.
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