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ICC ODI Rankings: Virat-Jasprit Retains Top Slots, While Chahal Breaks Into Top 10

The ICC has issued latest one-day rankings on Friday. If we talk about batting in the latest ODI one-day rankings of the ICC, then the Team India skipper Virat Kohli and Hitman Rohit Sharma remains intact. Skipper Virat is on top, while ‘Hitman’ Rohit Sharma is also sitting at number two position.

While, opener Shikhar Dhawan has slip down to four places and now sitting at number 9. In bowling, Star leg spinner Yujvendra Chahal has gained 10 places. At present, he is in joint number eight with Adil Rashid of England.

India captain Virat Kohli, who won the Man of the series in the five-match ODI series against the West Indies, remains the number one batsman with 899 points. Virat also recorded his record of making the fastest 10,000 ODI runs in this series. At the same time, Rohit Sharma is in No. 2 with 871 points. Rohit has 871 rating points, his best score so far.

On the other hand, Shikhar Dhawan is also remain in the top 10, but he has suffered a loss of four places and he is at number nine with 767 points. Apart from this, Ambati Rayudu, who has been ranked number four for his team’s fortunes, has gained 24 places and with his career best ranking of 48 with 553 points.

Talking about Virat Kohli, he is the highest run-getter batsman in the year 2018. Kohli has scored 1202 runs in 14 One-Day Internationals. Recently, in the five-match one-day series against the West Indies, Kohli has scored the 453 runs with the help of three centuries.

Jaspreet Bumrah has retained his number-one place in the bowling. He is at his career best rankings (841 points). Jadeja has reached the 25th position with 16 points, after a spectacular show against the West Indies. Jadeja took 7 wickets in four innings in a five-match series.

For the West Indies, Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer have made significant improvements in the rankings of batsmen. Hope reached the 25th position by jumping 22 slashes, which also helped him achieve the status of the West Indies’s best ranking.

Hetmyer was the captain of the West Indies team in the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup title in 2016. He was the highest run-scorer with 259 runs in the series, so he jumped 31 places to 26th.

England is number one in the rankings while India is in second place. The Indian team is lagging behind England by five ratings points but nine points ahead of third-ranked New Zealand.

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