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Babar Azam’s ODI and Kane Williamson’s first position in ICC new ranking

Babar Azam's ODI and Kane Williamson's first position in ICC new ranking

The International Cricket Council has released a new ranking of players.

Babar Azam’s ODI and Kane Williamson’s first position in ICC new ranking

In the Test format, New Zealand’s batsman Kane Williamson has retained his first position while Australia’s Steve Smith has moved up a notch to the second position.

England’s Joe Root has moved down one place to third place, while Pakistan’s Babar Azam is fifth in the Test rankings.

Australia’s Usman Khawaja is sixth and India’s Virat Kohli has moved down a notch to seventh.

ODI Rankings

On the other hand, the first position of Babar Azam of Pakistan remains in the ranking of ODI players.

Among ODI bowlers, South Africa’s Keshav Maharaj holds the first position, while Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan remains the first among all-rounders.

T20 Ranking

Apart from this, in the T20 format, India’s Surya Kumar Yadav remains the first number, while Pakistan’s Muhammad Rizwan is third and Babar Azam is fourth.

Among the bowlers, England’s Adil Rashid is at number one, while Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan remains at number one in all-rounders.

International Cricket Council (ICC) has released new rankings:

Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has released new rankings for the Test format. New Zealand’s Kane Williamson leads with 864 points.

In the batting rankings released by ICC, New Zealand’s Kane Williamson is first with 864 points, English batsman Joe Root is second with 859 points and Australia’s Steve Smith is third with 818 points.

Australian batsman Marence Labuchon is fourth with 802 points while Daryl Mitchell is fifth with 786 points.

Virat Kohli’s impressive form has taken him to sixth in the latest ICC Test rankings:

Virat Kohli’s impressive form has taken him to sixth in the latest ICC Test rankings, with 38 and 76 against South Africa at Centurion, followed by 46 in the decider in Cape Town. Played important match-winning innings and scored runs. Henrik Klaasen retired from Test cricket

After climbing three places in the rankings, Kohli is sixth with 775 points, overtaking Babar Azam, who is eighth with 768 after failing to score just 126 runs in six innings against Australia. are on have come

Muhammad Rizwan’s brilliant knock of 88 in the first innings of the Sydney Test saw him climb 10 places to 16th with 668 rating points and Saud Shakeel to 14th with 693 rating points.

On the bowling front, Amir Jamal continued to impress in his debut series with a brilliant six-wicket haul in the Sydney Test to move up to 45th in the rankings with 432 points, while Shaheen Afridi is on 733 points. Together they are in 12th position. Points

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