The International Cricket Council (ICC) has released a ranking of players. The ICC today released the rankings for men in Tests, ODIs, and T20s.
According to the ODI rankings, Pakistan’s Babar Azam retains the first position in batting while Imam-ul-Haq is at the second position. Australia’s David Warner has moved up one place to the ninth position.
New Zealand’s Trent Bolt remains number one in the bowlers’ ODI rankings, while England’s Chris Vokes is second and New Zealand’s Matt Henry is third. Pakistan’s fast bowler Shaheen Afridi is fourth on the list.
Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan tops the list of ODI all-rounders, while Pakistan’s Emad Wasim is ninth on the list.
In the list of batsmen in the Test rankings, England’s Jorot remains at number one, while Australia’s Marin Luboshen is at number two and Steve Smith is at number three, Pakistan’s Babar Azam is at number four and New Zealand’s Ken Williamson is at number five.
In Test bowling, Australian captain Pat Cummins remains at number one, India’s Ravi Chandran Eshwan at number two and Jaspreet Bumra at number three, Pakistan’s fast bowler Shaheen Afridi at number four.
West Indies’ Kemar Roach has moved up four places to 8th position, India’s Ravindra Jadeja has retained the first position in Test all-rounders, and Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan has moved up two places to the second position. The rounder did not make the top ten in this list.
In the list of batsmen in the ODI rankings, Pakistan’s Babar Azam remains at number one, while Imam-ul-Haq is at number two and Virat Kohli is at number three, Rohit Sharma of India is at number four and South Africa’s Quinton de Kock is at number five.
Pakistan’s Babar Azam also retains the number one position in the T20 rankings. Muhammad Rizwan also retains the second position in the rankings.
Australia’s Josh Hazelwood retains the first position in bowlers, England’s Adil Rasheed is second and South Africa’s Tabriz Shamsi is third.
Mohammad Nabi of Afghanistan is number one among the T20 all-rounders and Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh is number two. No Pakistani is included in the top ten players in this list.