Indian speedster Mohammed Siraj on September 20, climbed eight locations to reclaim the primary spot in the ODI bowler’s rankings forward of the ICC World Cup which begins on October 5.
Siraj’s onslaught in the Asia Cup closing bundled out Sri Lanka on 50 and helped him high the bowling rankings chart. With the Asia Cup-winning spell of 6/21, Siraj has bought again No 1 place which he misplaced in March this 12 months to Josh Hazlewood.
Siraj completed the event with 10 wickets at a median of 12.2. He has overtaken bowlers like Trent Boult, Rashid Khan and Mitchell Starc in the rankings.
The Afghan spin duo of Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Rashid Khan additionally improved their rankings to No. Four and No. 5 respectively. They had been the one others to go up in the highest 10.
Outside that area, South Africa’s Keshav Maharaj confirmed large rise after getting back from his damage.
Maharaj helped the Proteas turn out to be simply the fifth aspect to win a five-match ODI collection after shedding the primary two video games towards the ‘Baggy Greens’.
The left-arm spinner’s 4-33 in the fifth ODI gave him eight wickets in the collection at a median of 16.87 and an financial system of simply 4.07 per over. He is presently at 15th, up ten locations from his earlier career-high.
Changes had been additionally seen in the ICC Men’s ODI Batting Rankings. Heinrich Klaasen of South Africa produced an all-time harmful ODI knock towards Australia in the fourth ODI.
No one has scored extra runs in an ODI innings at the next strike-rate than Klaasen’s 174 at 209.64 in Centurion.
It helped South Africa to a 164-run win and moved Klaasen 20 locations in the Men’s ODI Batting Rankings. He is now positioned ninth.
Dawid Malan was dynamic in England’s ODI collection towards New Zealand, being the very best run-scorer with 277 runs at a median of 92.33 and a strike-rate of 105.72.
The batter, who spent 357 days at No.1 spot in the ICC Men’s T20I Batting Rankings earlier in his profession, is positioned at a career-best 13th place in the ODI Rankings.
Malan’s compatriot Ben Stokes, who just lately reversed his retirement, celebrated his ODI comeback with a sensational knock of 182 at The Oval. With his eye-catching performances, Stokes has reached the 36th place in the ODI batting rankings.
(with inputs from ANI)