Seasoned India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin on Wednesday retained his second place in each the ICC Males’s Take a look at Participant Rankings for bowlers and all-rounders.
Ravindra Jadeja managed to carry to his third place within the Take a look at all-rounders checklist.
Rohit Sharma and skipper Virat Kohli additionally retained their positions within the Take a look at batters’ chart — at fifth and seventh, respectively.
Whereas Rohit has 797 score factors in his kitty, Kohli has collected 756 factors.
The Take a look at batting chart is being led by Australia’s Marnus Labuschagne (915 factors), adopted by England captain Joe Root (900) whereas New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson (879) has dislodged Steve Smith (877) from the third place.
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Rohit, David Warner, Kohli, Dimuth Karunaratne, Babar Azam and Travis Head full the highest 10.
Amongst Take a look at bowlers, Ashwin is the one Indian within the prime 10, regular on the second spot with 883 score factors.
Australia Take a look at captain Pat Cummins continues to guide the pack, whereas Pakistan left-arm pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi is positioned third forward of Tim Southee and James Anderson.
Australia Take a look at debutant Scott Boland additionally made his first look within the ICC Males’s Take a look at Participant Rankings for bowlers for his excellent efficiency within the Boxing Day Take a look at on the MCG.
By advantage of his six for seven spell in England’s second innings on Tuesday, the 32-year-old Victoria quick bowler is ranked 74th with 271 factors.
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Boland completed with a seven-wicket match haul in a thumping innings and 14 runs victory for Australia.
Within the Take a look at all-rounders’ checklist, Indian duo of Ashwin (360) and Jadeja (346) are under chief Jason Holder (382) of the West Indies.
Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan is fourth, whereas Mitchell Starc nudged forward of Ben Stokes into fifth place.
The Take a look at Staff rating is being led by India with 124 score factors, whereas New Zealand and Australia occupy the second and third positions. respectively.
England is fourth forward of Pakistan.