New Zealand leg-spinner Ish Sodhi and fast bowler Lachlan Ferguson have moved up in the MRF Tyres ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings after creditable performances during a 3-0 sweep over Sri Lanka in a home series that ended on Tuesday.
Malinga, Thisara Perera and Henry Nicholls among others to gain in latest update
Australia, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and South Africa will look to improve rankings in upcoming fixtures while preparing for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
The two are now in joint-31st position after Sodhi’s eight wickets in the series helped him climb up 26 slots and Ferguson’s seven wickets lifted him 12 places to a career-best position in the list led by India fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah. Sri Lanka captain Lasith Malinga is another bowler to gain in the latest update, moving up three places to take 46th spot after finishing with seven scalps in the series.
Among batsmen, Ross Taylor and Martin Guptill have retained their third and 14th positions after scoring 281 and 153 runs, respectively, while New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has dropped out of the top-10 to 11th position. Henry Nicholls has gained 21 places to take 59th position while Colin Munro has moved up from 58th to 56th.
Niroshan Dickwella (up one place to 26th), Thisara Perera (up 22 places to 65th), Kusal Perera (up seven places to 66th) and Danushka Gunathilaka (up 11 places to 82nd) are the batsmen to gain from the Sri Lanka side. The India pair of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are at the top of the list.
In the MRF Tyres ICC Men’s ODI Team Rankings, New Zealand have retained third position after blanking the opposition. They have gained one point to move up to 113 while Sri Lanka remain in eighth position but have lost one point to drop to 78 points.
Meanwhile, more sides will be looking to move up the rankings while also preparing for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in England and Wales from 30 May to 14 July, with 13 matches scheduled in a period of just over three weeks. India get a chance to close the gap with table leaders England, and South Africa of moving up from their fourth position.
India, who play three matches against Australia and five against New Zealand, could reach 125 points and within one point of England if they are able to win all eight matches while Pakistan need to beat South Africa 5-0 in order to overtake them.
Nepal will qualify for a full ranking after playing one more ODI, the Netherlands will qualify for a full ranking after playing two more matches.
(Developed by David Kendix)
|1||( - )||Virat Kohli||Ind||899||59.83||911 v Eng at Headingley 2018|
|2||( - )||Rohit Sharma||Ind||871!||47.78||871 v Win at Thiruvananthapur 2018|
|3||( - )||Ross Taylor||NZ||823!||47.91||823 v SL at Nelson 2019|
|4||( - )||Joe Root||Eng||807||51.52||824 v SL at Dambulla 2018|
|5||( - )||Babar Azam||Pak||802||51.52||846 v NZ at Wellington 2018|
|6||( - )||David Warner||Aus||791||43.43||880 v Pak at Adelaide 2017|
|7||( - )||Faf du Plessis||SA||785||45.12||802 v Ind at Durban 2018|
|8||( - )||Shai Hope||Win||780!||47.48||780 v Ban at Sylhet 2018|
|9||( - )||S. Dhawan||Ind||767||45.69||813 v Pak at Dubai 2018|
|10||(+1)||Q. de Kock||SA||754||44.44||808 v Ban at East London 2017|
|11||(-1)||K. Williamson||NZ||744||46.22||798 v SA at Centurion 2015|
|12||( - )||Fakhar Zaman||Pak||729*!||57.95||729 v NZ at Dubai 2018|
|13||( - )||Jonny Bairstow||Eng||726||48.02||777 v Aus at Durham 2018|
|14||( - )||Martin Guptill||NZ||715||43.16||789 v SA at Hamilton 2017|
|15=||( - )||M. Rahim||Ban||712!||34.94||712 v Win at Sylhet 2018|
|( - )||Tamim Iqbal||Ban||712||36.64||737 v Win at St Kitts 2018|
|17||( - )||Hashim Amla||SA||707||49.65||901 v Eng at Trent Bridge 2012|
|18||( - )||Aaron Finch||Aus||690||37.56||744 v Eng at Melbourne 2015|
|19||( - )||Jos Buttler||Eng||685||39.7||723 v Ban at Mirpur 2016|
|20||( - )||Eoin Morgan||Eng||675||38.57||690 v Aus at The Oval 2010|
|1||( - )||Jasprit Bumrah||Ind||841!||21.01||4.44||841 v Win at Thiruvananthapur 2018|
|2||( - )||Rashid Khan||Afg||788||14.47||3.9||806 v Pak at Abu Dhabi 2018|
|3||( - )||Kuldeep Yadav||Ind||723*!||20.07||4.73||723 v Win at Thiruvananthapur 2018|
|4||( - )||Kagiso Rabada||SA||702||26.1||5||724 v Eng at Lord's 2017|
|5||( - )||M. Rahman||Ban||695!||20.56||4.58||695 v Win at Sylhet 2018|
|6=||( - )||Y. Chahal||Ind||683*||25.55||4.75||696 v Win at Guwahati 2018|
|( - )||Adil Rashid||Eng||683||30.42||5.5||687 v SL at Pallekele 2018|
|8||(+1)||M. Ur Rahman||Afg||679*||19.06||3.84||691 v Ban at Abu Dhabi 2018|
|9||(+1)||J. Hazlewood||Aus||675||25.15||4.73||733 v Eng at Adelaide 2018|
|10||(-2)||Trent Boult||NZ||665||25.78||5.19||766 v Ind at Delhi 2016|
|11||( - )||Imran Tahir||SA||664||24.33||4.69||786 v SL at Johannesburg 2017|
|12||(+1)||Hasan Ali||Pak||646||23.41||5.31||766 v NZ at Wellington 2018|
|13||(+1)||Chris Woakes||Eng||642||30.64||5.51||673 v NZ at Christchurch 2018|
|14||(-2)||A. Dananjaya||SL||641*||26.93||5.15||651 v Eng at Colombo (RPS) 2018|
|15||( - )||Dale Steyn||SA||638||25.7||4.87||746 v Ind at Durban 2013|
|16||( - )||M. Nabi||Afg||633||31.44||4.25||653 v Zim at Harare 2017|
|17||( - )||Mitchell Starc||Aus||632||21.44||4.95||783 v NZ at Melbourne 2015|
|18||(+1)||Pat Cummins||Aus||616||29.73||5.31||629 v SA at Adelaide 2018|
|19||(-1)||M. Santner||NZ||613||33.91||4.9||663 v Eng at Hamilton 2018|
|20||( - )||Tim Murtagh||Ire||602||29.74||4.48||613 v Zim at Harare 2018|
|1||( - )||Rashid Khan||Afg||353*/||359 v Pak at Abu Dhabi 2018|
|2||( - )||Shakib Al Hasan||Ban||352||453 v Zim at Chittagong 2009|
|3||( - )||Mohammad Nabi||Afg||337||349 v Ire at Greater Noida 2017|
|4||( - )||M. Hafeez||Pak||311||438 v Ind at Kolkata 2013|
|5||( - )||M. Santner||NZ||298||317 v Eng at Christchurch 2018|
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