Australia-Sri Lanka The ICC has recently released the latest ranking of this format after the 3 T20 International matches played so far between In which along with the batsmen, bowlers and all-rounders have also benefited. But, Indian players have a very bad condition in these lists. From Virat Kohli to KL Rahul have remained in the list, but, through this report, what is their position, we will give you complete information about the updates given by the ICC.
What is the condition of batting ranking
Actually Indian openers Lokesh Rahul and Virat Kohli remain in the top-10. Virat remains in 10th and Rahul in fourth place. Apart from these two, not a single cricketer of the Indian team is at the top of the T20 rankings. In this list of batsmen, Pakistan team captain Babar Azam is still on top with 805 rating points. At the same time, his opening partner Mohammad Rizwan is in second place.
African team’s middle order batsman Aidan Markram has become third. So at the same time, Indian team batsman Lokesh Rahul is at the fourth place in the T20 rankings released by the ICC. English team player David Malan remains at the 5th position. If you take a look at the batting rankings this week, only one change has been seen. Australian team captain Aaron Finch has slipped one place to number 7. At the same time, Devon Conway has come in sixth place.
Josh Hazlewood got the advantage while Hasranga suffered the loss
Along with the batsmen, there has been a tremendous change in the batting ranking as well. South Africa’s Tabrez Shamsi has once again moved up to the first position with a one point advantage from the second position. On the other hand, Josh Hazlewood, who performed brilliantly in the T20 series against Sri Lanka, has got a big advantage of four points and with this jump he has reached the second position. On the other hand, Sri Lankan team spinner Wanindu Hasaranga has moved up to the third position with a loss of two places. Apart from this, no other change has been seen in the ICC T20 batting rankings.
This big change happened in the list of all-rounder players
Apart from this, take a look at the all-rounder ranking released by the ICC, only one change has been seen in this list. Rohan Mustafa of UAE has jumped 5 places to reach 7th position. Afghanistan team’s all-rounder Mohammad Nabi remained in first place and Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan remained in second place. While Namibia’s JJ Smit is ranked 8th and Oman’s Zeeshan Masood is at 10th position. While Sri Lankan team’s all-rounder Hasaranga remains in 5th place in this ranking as well.