ICC T20 Rankings: Virat Kohli, KL Rahul remain static at 4th and 6th places, no bowler in top-10


The
top
seven
batsmen
led
by
England’s
Dawid
Malan
maintained
their
rankings
while
South
African
keeper-batter
Quinton
de
Kock
is
now
ranked
eighth
while
West
Indies
Evin
Lewis
has
dropped
a
place
to
be
ninth
in
the
list.

Among
bowlers,
Tabraiz
Shamsi
still
holds
the
pole
position
followed
by
Wanindu
Hasaranga
and
Rashid
Khan.

India’s
top
ranked
bowler
in
the
list
is
veteran
pacer
Bhuvneshwar
Kumar
at
12th
while
injured
off-spinner
Washington
Sundar
is
the
other
in
the
top-20
at
18th
place.

Yuzvendra
Chahal
is
the
only
bowler
who
has
shown
improvement
and
is
now
25th
although
he
has
been
dropped
from
the
Indian
team
for
the
T20
World
Cup.

In
the
all-rounders’ list,
the
only
Indian
among
the
top-20
is
Hardik
Pandya,
who
is
just
about
managed
to
make
the
list
with
98
points.

The
Indians
last
played
a
T20
series
in
Sri
Lanka
and
hence
haven’t
played
any
games
in
the
shortest
format.

Bangladesh
fast
bowler
Mustafizur
Rahman
has
moved
up
two
places
to
eighth
after
finishing
with
eight
wickets
in
the
series
against
South
Africa
while
Nasum
Ahmed
(up
25
places
to
15th)
and
Mehedi
Hasan
(up
four
places
to
20th)
have
also
made
notable
progress.

However,
Shakib
Al
Hasan
has
conceded
the
top
spot
for
all-rounders
to
Afghanistan’s
Mohammad
Nabi.

In
the
ODI
rankings
for
batters,
Jaskaran
Malhotra
of
the
United
States,
who
struck
sixes
in
an
over
from
Papua
New
Guinea’s
Gaudi
Toka
in
a
World
Cup
Super
League
2
match,
has
rocketed
169
places
to
132nd.

In
the
bowlers’
list,
Nepal
leg-spinner
Sandeep
Lamichhane
is
now
in
top-100
at
91st
place.





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