The International Cricket Council (ICC) has released new rankings for the ODI and T20 formats, according to which Pakistan captain Babar Azam is at the first position, while opening batsman Imamul Haq is at the second position.
If we talk about the list of batsmen in the ICC ODI ranking, Babar Azam is the first, Imam-ul-Haq is the second, South Africa’s Rasi Fan der Dyson is the third, South Africa’s Quinton de Kock is the fourth, Australia’s David Warner is the fifth, India is the fifth. Virat Kohli is sixth, Australia’s Steve Smith is seventh, India’s Rohit Sharma is eighth, England’s Jonny Bairstow is ninth, while New Zealand’s Russ Taylor is at tenth.
Similarly, in the ranking of bowlers in the ICC ODI ranking, New Zealand’s Trent Boult is first, Australia’s Josh Hazlewood is second, Afghanistan’s Mujeebur Rahman is third, Australia’s Mitchell Starc is fourth, Pakistan’s Shaheen Shah Afridi is fifth, and Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi is. Sixth, Australia’s Adam Zampa is seventh, Bangladesh’s Mehdi Hasan is eighth, New Zealand’s Matt Henry is ninth, and Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan is at tenth.
In the ICC ODI team ranking, New Zealand is first, England is second, India is third, Australia is fourth, Pakistan is fifth, South Africa is sixth, Bangladesh is seventh, Sri Lanka is eighth, West Indies is ninth, while Afghanistan is at tenth place.
The reason for being out of form in the Asia Cup and T20 World Cup is that Pakistani captain and batsman Babar Azam has dropped out of the ranking of the top three batsmen in T20 cricket.
Indian batsman Surya Kumar Yadav, who performed well in the T20 World Cup, is at the first place in the ICCT20 Batters Ranking, while Pakistani wicketkeeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan is at the second place.
New Zealand’s Dion Conway is third, Babar Azam is fourth, South Africa’s Eden Markram is fifth, England’s David Malan is sixth, New Zealand’s Glenn Phillips is seventh, South Africa’s Riley Russo is eighth, Australia’s Aaron Finch is ninth and Sir Lanka’s Patham Nishanka is at the 10th position.
On the other hand, in the ranking of T20 bowlers, Sri Lankan bowler Wanindu Hasaranga is first, Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan is second, England’s Adil Rashid is third, Australia’s Josh Hazlewood is fourth, England’s Sam Curran is fifth, South Africa’s Tabriz Shamsi is sixth, Australia’s Adam Zampa is seventh, Afghanistan’s Mujibur Rahman is eighth, South Africa’s Enric Nokia is ninth, while Sri Lanka’s Mahesh Thikshana is at tenth.
In the ICCT20 team ranking, India is first, England is second, Pakistan is third, South Africa is fourth, New Zealand is fifth, Australia is sixth, West Indies is seventh, Sri Lanka is eighth, Bangladesh is ninth, while Afghanistan is at tenth place.