Big change at the top of ICC bowling rankings, Indian batsmen got huge advantage

ICC has released the latest weekly ranking update. In view of the World Cup semi-finals, this time the rankings were updated a day before and there was a big change in the rankings of some bowlers. There has been no change at the top of the team rankings and the Indian team is still at the first position.

There was a big change at the top of the bowling rankings and South Africa’s Keshav Maharaj moved to the first position with a gain of one place, while Indian bowler Mohammed Siraj slipped to the second position with a loss of one place. Apart from this, Jasprit Bumrah from India reached fourth position with a gain of four places, Kuldeep Yadav reached fifth position with a loss of one place.

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Australia’s Adam Zampa remains at third place but Josh Hazlewood has lost one place to sixth. New Zealand’s Trent Boult is seventh with a gain of two places, Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan is eighth with a loss of one place, Mohammad Nabi is 10th with a loss of three places and Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi is ninth with a loss of four places.

Outside the top 10, Mohammed Shami is at 12th with a loss of two places, Kagiso Rabada of South Africa is at 11th, Dilshan Madhushanka of Sri Lanka is at 37th with a gain of eight places.

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There has been no change in the top four in the ICC batting rankings. Shubman Gill is first, Babar Azam is second, Quinton de Kock is third and Virat Kohli is fourth. However, India captain Rohit Sharma has moved up one place to fifth position. Australia’s David Warner has lost two places to seventh place. South Africa’s Rassie van der Dussen moved up to sixth place by gaining one place, Heinrich Klaasen moved up by one place to ninth place and England’s Dawid Malan moved up to 10th position by losing two places.

Outside the top 10, Shreyas Iyer is joint 13th with Pakistan’s Fakhar Zaman by gaining five places, KL Rahul is at 17th by gaining seven places. Australia’s Mitchell Marsh has gained 11 places to 38th and Glenn Maxwell has gained 17 places to 21st. In the all-rounder rankings, Maxwell has moved up one place to joint fifth place with New Zealand’s Mitchell Santner.

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After the recently concluded ODI series between Bangladesh and Pakistan, some changes were also seen in the women’s rankings. The second and third ODIs of the series have been included in the update.

In the ICC batting rankings, Bangladesh captain Nigar Sultana has moved up five places to joint 28th and Farzana Haq has moved up four places to 16th. Pakistan’s Sidra Amin is at 21st position after gaining five places and Sadaf Shams is at joint 67th position after gaining 35 places.

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In bowling, Pakistan’s Nashra Sandhu is at joint 13th position by gaining three places and Sadiya Iqbal is at joint 34th position by gaining 10 places, Fahima Khatoon of Bangladesh is at joint 62nd position by gaining eight places and Rabia Khan is at joint 64th position by gaining 10 places. In the all-round rankings, Saadia entered the top 50 and finished joint 47th.

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