Indian bowler made a surprising jump in ICC rankings

ICC has updated the recent rankings. Last week, apart from the India-Australia T20 series, Bangladesh-New Zealand first Test and West Indies-England first ODI were also played. Because of this, there have been many changes in the ranking of teams and players. In the T20 team ranking, India is at first place with 266 points, while in Test and ODI also the Indian team is at the first position.

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Suryakumar Yadav continues to top the T20 batting rankings, while Ruturaj Gaikwad is also at seventh position in the top 10. Outside the top 10, Yashasvi Jaiswal is at 19th with a gain of 16 places and Australia’s Travis Head is at 29th with a gain of 16 places.

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In the bowling rankings, Ravi Bishnoi, who was the player of the series against Australia, has surprised everyone and reached the first position. Apart from this, Akshar Patel from India is at 11th position with a huge gain of 16 places. Apart from this, Arshdeep Singh is also at 20th position in the top 20. Akshar Patel has also reached 14th position in all-rounder ranking.

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In the ODI batting ICC rankings, West Indies’ Shai Hope is at 11th with a gain of four places and Brandon King is at 78th with a gain of six places. Kane Williamson remains at the first position in Test batting, while New Zealand’s Daryl Mitchell has gained one place at seventh position. Bangladesh’s Nazmul Hossain Shanto has gained 13 places to be at 42nd position.

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Ravichandran Ashwin remains on top in the Test bowling rankings, while Bangladesh’s Taijul Islam has gained four places to be at 14th place. Ravindra Jadeja remains at the first position in all-rounder ranking.

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In the women’s T20 ICC rankings, Bangladesh’s Shorna Akhtar is at 105th among bowlers with a huge gain of 46 places and in the all-rounder rankings, she is at 79th with a gain of 38 places. Rabeya Khan of Bangladesh is at 24th position among bowlers with an increase of 5 places, Nigar Sultana is at 19th position with an increase of one place among batsmen and Murshida Khatoon is at 41st position with an increase of 7 places. South Africa’s Anne Bosch has gained 20 places to be in 14th position in batting. Pakistan’s Fatima Sana has gained 28 places to reach 49th position in bowling.

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