ICC ODI Rankings: Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma Maintain Top Two Spots

  • Only Shikhar Dhawan remains at number 17 in the top-20 rankings after Virat-Rohit, Bumrah on 2nd Position in Bowler Ranking

The International Cricket Council (ICC) among Coronaviruses released the latest ODI rankings on Wednesday. Indian captain Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are at number two. Kohli has 871 points and Rohit has 855 points. At the same time, former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has slipped one place to 27th. He has 633 points. Ireland’s Paul Stirling has moved up to number 26, leaving behind Dhoni.

Dhoni last played against New Zealand in the semi-finals of One Day World Cup on 10 July. Dhoni will not return in ODIs this year, as the Indian team has to play the first ODI series after Corona in their home from Australia in January.

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Only Three Indian Batsmen in Top-20

Only three Indians are among the top-20 batsmen of the ICC ODI rankings. Apart from Kohli-Rohit, Shikhar Dhawan remains at number 17. He has 700 points.

Ireland Sterling Overtook Dhoni

In the batting rankings, Ireland captain Andrew Balbirnie has gained 4 and Paul Stirling has gained 1 place. Sterling has overtaken Dhoni to the number 26 position. He has 647 points. At the same time, Balbirni reached the 42nd position with 564 points.

Stirling had Scored 142 Against England.

Balbirnie scored 113 against England and Stirling scored 142 against England on Tuesday. This led to Ireland beating England by 7 wickets. England captain Eoin Morgan, who scored 106 runs in the same match, also gained a rung. He has reached number 22 with 670 points.

There is no Change in Bowling Top-10, Bumrah Remains at Number Two

In the bowling rankings alone, Indian Jasprit Bumrah is second with 719 points. He is the only Indian bowler in the top-10. While New Zealand fast bowler Trent Bolt remains on top with 722 points.

Jadeja Holds the Number 8 Position in the All Rounder

There is also no change in the top-10 of the all-rounder rankings. Ravindra Jadeja remains at number 8. Last week, he had lost a rung. He is the only Indian in the all-rounder’s top-10. Mohammad Nabi of Afghanistan occupies the top in this list. He is followed by England’s Ben Stokes with 285 points. There is a difference of 16 points between Nabi and Stokes.

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