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Jasprit Bumrah moves into top five ODI rankings & Dhoni back in top 10


There is good news for Indian cricketing fans as Jasprit Bumrah has climbed to fourth in latest ICC ODI bowler’s rankings. He was the leading wicket takers with 15 wickets. Mahendra Singh Dhoni also returns to top 10 rankings after a good series in ODI series against Sri Lanka.

In the batsmen rankings, Indian captain who scored 2 centuries in the ODI series against Sri Lanka remains at number 1 and increases the lead by 26 points. Virat Kohli also has a chance to increase the gap further in the upcoming home season against Australia, New Zealand. David Warner occupies the second spot and has a chance to reduce the gap in upcoming ODI series against India.

The third place still maintains his 3rd place with 847 points. England captain Joe Root also retains his fourth spot with 799. He also has a chance to climb the ladder with 5 match ODI series against West Indies.

Pakistan youngster Babar Azam also retains his 5th place with 786 points. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson also retains his 6th place. South Africa wicketkeeper batsmen Quniton de Kock still retain his 7th place.

Faf du Plessis retains his 8th position. Rohit Sharma climbed up five places to 9th in ODI batsmen rankings. He scored 302 runs in 5 matches. Indian former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni also comes back into top 10 rankings scoring 162 runs.

In the bowling rankings, Australia’s fast bowler Josh Hazlewood maintains the top rankings. He will miss the ODI series against India starting from 17th September. South Africa’s leg spinner Imran Tahir retains his second spot. Mitchell Starc too retains his 3rd place in bowler’s rankings.

India’s young bowler Jasprit Bumrah climbs 27 places up to fourth in ODI rankings. He took 15 wickets in 5-0 whitewash against Sri Lanka. Kagiso Rabada slips down one place to 5th. New Zealand’s fast bowler Trent Boult also slips one position down to number 6.
Pakistani Hasan Ali also slips one position down to 7th . Sunil Narine also slips one position down to 8th. Afghanistan young bowler Rashid Khan also slips one place down to 9th.
Axar Patel climbs 10 places up to 10th. He bowled well in the recently concluded ODI series against Sri Lanka. Here we look at the latest ICC ODI batsmen and bowlers rankings as of 4th September.

The Indian ODI whitewashed Sri Lanka 5-0 but remains in third place behind by decimal points of Australia.

ICC ODI batsmen rankings
1. Virat Kohli ( India)- 887
2. David Warner ( Australia)- 861
3. AB de Villiers ( South Africa)- 847
4. Joe Root ( England)- 799
5. Babar Azam ( Pakistan)- 786*
6. Kane Williamson ( New Zealand)- 779
7. Quinton de Kock ( South Africa)- 769
8. Faf du Plessis ( South Africa)- 768
9. Rohit Sharma ( India)- 764
10. MS Dhoni ( India)- 749

ICC ODI bowlers rankings
1. Josh Hazlewood ( Australia)- 732!
2. Imran Tahir (South Africa)- 718
3. Mitchell Starc (Australia)- 701
4. Jasprit Bumrah (India)-687*!
5. Kagiso Rabada (South Africa)- 685
6. Trent Boult (New Zealand)- 665
7. Hasan Ali (Pakistan)- 663*!
8. Sunil Narine (West Indies)- 662
9. Rashid Khan (Afghanistan)- 647*!
10. Axar Patel ( India)- 645


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