After having a superb outing towards Australia, Pakistan skipper Babar Azam has retained his prime spot within the newest ICC Males’s ODI Participant Rankings for batting. Equally, opening batter Imam-ul-Haq has additionally made an enormous soar to achieve the No. 3 spot.
Each Babar and Imam had a wonderful ODI sequence towards Australia. Whereas Babar scored 276 runs in three matches at a mean 138, Imam was the best run-getter of the sequence, scoring 298 runs in three matches at a stellar common of 149.
Australia skipper Aaron Finch, who didn’t get going in the course of the ODI sequence, slipped to 3 spots to No.10. Left-handed batter Travis Head, who carried out excellently after getting the chance to open innings for Australia, jumped 5 spots to No.34.
New Zealand batter Tom Latham strikes up
The Kiwi batter Tom Latham after taking part in an unbeaten 140-run knock towards the Netherlands within the second ODI has additionally moved up three spots to achieve No. 25 within the ODI rankings. In the meantime, veteran batter Ross Taylor, who performed his final worldwide match towards the Netherland on April 4 (Monday), slipped three spots to No.6.
Within the bowling charts, wonderful bowling show from Pakistan pacer Shaheen Afridi towards Australia has helped him to make an enormous soar because the left-arm pacer made it into the highest 10. He gained eight spots and now stands at No.7 on the record, which is topped by the Kiwi pacer Trent Boult.
After not performing effectively in the course of the ODI sequence towards Pakistan, Australian spinner Adam Zampa has slipped 5 spots and now stands exterior the highest 10 at No.14. Netherlands’ left-arm pacer Fred Klaassen managed to scalp some essential wickets for his crew throughout their limited-over sequence towards New Zealand, serving to him soar 23 spots to No.55. In the meantime, New Zealand spinner Ish Sodhi, who carried out effectively towards Netherlands, has additionally climbed 5 spots to No.37.
ICC Males’s ODI participant rankings
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