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Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah retain top positions in ICC ODI rankings

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Indian captain Virat Kohli and pacer Jasprit Bumrah have held their top spots in the most recent International Cricket Council (ICC) ODI batsman and bowler’s rankings, separately discharged on Thursday.

With 895, Kohli remained on of the ICC ODI rankings for batsmen while bad habit commander Rohit Sharma stayed at the second spot with 863 points.

Bumrah, then again, is driving the bowlers’ rundown with 797 points.

In the mean time, Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir has arrived at a profession best seventh situation among bowlers in the most recent update completed after the three-coordinate home arrangement against Sri Lanka which they won 2-0 with one match cleaned out.

The left-arm quick bowler, who resigned from Tests recently to focus on white-ball cricket, has scaled by six spots in the rundown subsequent to completing with four wickets, including a take of three for 50 in the last match. His past most elevated positioning was tenth in June this year.

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Usman Shinwari, another left-arm quick bowler from Pakistan, has made a huge ascent, increasing 28 openings to arrive at 43rd situation in the wake of completing with six wickets in the arrangement, including a five-wicket pull that won him the player of the match grant in the second ODI.

Left-gave batsmen Fakhar Zaman (up two spots to sixteenth) and Haris Sohail (up three spots to 32nd) are the others to pick up from Pakistan, while Sri Lanka’s Danushka Gunathilaka has arrived at a vocation best 70th spot following a century in the last match.

Thursday’s update, which additionally considers the two ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2 arrangement in Scotland and the USA, sees two players from Papua New Guinea in the main 100. Assad Vala has climbed 76 spots to 91st and Tony Ura has propelled 19 spots to joint-99th alongside Scotland’s Matthew Cross who also has increased two spots to break into the main 100.

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In the ICC Men’s ODI Team Rankings, Pakistan and Sri Lanka have held 6th and eighth positions, individually. Namibia, Oman and the USA, who have ODI status, meet the base necessity of eight qualifying matches and are presently on the rankings table.

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