Indian skipper Virat Kohli and his deputy Rohit Sharma continued their reign at the top of the ICC ODI batting ranking as the duo retained number one and two spot respectively.
Virat Kohli, who was named the Man of the Series in the recently concluded ODI series against Australia, gained two points to reach 886 points.
Opening batsman Rohit Sharma scored his 29th ODI ton in the third match of the series and gained three rating points to reach 868 points. Pakistan batsman Babar Azam is at third place with 829 points.
Shikhar Dhawan advanced seven spots and is ranked 15, while KL Rahul jumped 21 places to be at 50th position.
Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah leads the bowling chart with New Zealand fast-bowler Trent Boult and Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb ur Rahman behind him. Bumrah has 764 rating points.
👉 Rabada 🔃 Cummins
👉 Starc slips to No.10
— ICC (@ICC) January 20, 2020
Ravindra Jadeja entered the top-10 all rounders’ list and sits at number 10 position, thanks to some good performances against Australia. England’s Ben Stokes sits atop the all-rounder rankings with 304 points.
For Australia, opener David Warner has moved up one place to sixth while captain Aaron Finch has moved up one place to 10th. Steve Smith, who scored most runs in the series against India, jumped four places to 23rd position.
Team India are ranked number two behind World Champions England in the ODI team rankings.