Shubman Gill and Shreyas Iyer move up in ICC Men’s ODI Rankings

Shubman Gill and Shreyas Iyer move up in ICC Men's ODI Rankings

Dubai [UAE]: Indian batting stars Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have dropped to number eighth and ninth respectively and in-form Shreyas Iyer and Shubman Gill made advances in the latest ICC Male’s ODI Player Rankings among the batters.
Virat and Rohit have not played any ODIs for India since July 17 this year, when they bet England. Shreyas Iyer (up 6 locations to 27th), Shubman Gill (up 3 areas to 34th) and Sanju Samson (up 10 places to 82nd) have actually gone up the listing.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson as well as wicketkeeper Tom Latham have made remarkable development in the positions after figuring in a match-winning 221-run partnership in the first ODI of their ICC Guy’s Cricket World Cup Super League series versus India in Auckland.
Williamson has relocated right into the leading 10 after his 98 not out while Latham has trotted 10 areas to reach 18th position after shattering an unbeaten 145 off 104 shipments, their unbroken 4th wicket stand helping upgrade an overall of 306 with 2.5 overs to save.
Australia’s Steve Smith (at a career-best 6th location) and England’s Jonny Bairstow (7th) have also made some breakthroughs.
Afghanistan’s wicketkeeper-batter Rahmanullah Gurbaz, that scratched up half-centuries in a winning cause in their initial ODI versus Sri Lanka and also in the abandoned second suit, has proceeded 21 locations to 48th in the most up to date weekly upgrade.
Other batters to enhance their positions include players from teams playing in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2 – Namibia’s Gerhard Erasmus (up eight places to 39th), Papua New Guinea’s Assad Vala (up 9 places to 43rd) and Monank Patel of the United States (up 5 areas to 44th).
New Zealand pacers Lockie Ferguson (up 5 locations to 32nd) and also Tim Southee (up two areas to 34th) have gone up the bowlers’ rankings after completed with 3 gates each in the first ODI while Matt Henry is currently in the leading 5.
Sri Lanka leg-spinner Wanindu Hasaranga is a significant gainer after getting three wickets in both suits, moving up six places to 27th. With a knock of 66 to show in the first video game, he is additionally up 20 locations to 102nd amongst batters as well as is currently eighth in the checklist of all-rounders.

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