Pakistani Team/Player Rankings - #Updated 05/03/19 (Pakistan 7th in tests, 5th in ODI, 1st in T20s)

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Pakistani Team/Player Rankings - #Updated 05/03/19 (Pakistan 7th in tests, 5th in ODI, 1st in T20s)

Discussion in 'Cricket Talk' started by Major, Dec 3, 2010.

by Shah Rukh Khalid
Dec 3, 2010 at 12:02 AM
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    De Villiers, Hasan Ali move up to top of ODI rankings

    Babar, Mushfiqur, Lakmal and Phehlukwayo among others to gain in latest rankings.
    South Africa batsman AB de Villiers has once again grabbed the top position in the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Player Rankings while Pakistan’s Hasan Ali has emerged as a new number one among bowlers in the latest ranking updates carried out on Friday.

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    An astonishing knock of 176 by de Villiers in the second ODI against Bangladesh in Paarl, which consisted of 15 fours and seven sixes and came off only 104 balls, has also helped South Africa edge India at the top of the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Team Rankings by taking a 2-0 winning lead in the three-match series.

    The latest rankings, which take into account the first two matches of the South Africa-Bangladesh series and the first three matches of the ongoing Pakistan-Sri Lanka series in the United Arab Emirates, sees de Villiers climb to the top of the ODI table for the 14th time in his career.

    De Villiers, who has leapfrogged Australian David Warner and India captain Virat Kohli, had first attained top position on 30 May 2010 and the number of days he has spent at the top is second most after retired Windies great Vivian Richards. De Villiers has now been at the top for 2,124 days while Richards was number one for 2,306 days.

    Other batsmen to move up include Pakistan’s Babar Azam (up two places to a career-best fourth position), the South African pair of Quinton de Kock (up three places to fifth) and Hashim Amla (up two places to ninth), and Bangladesh’s Mushfiqur Rahim (up five places to 18th).


    Among bowlers, Hasan Ali’s haul of five for 34 in the third ODI against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi, which his team won by seven wickets for a decisive 3-0 lead in the five-match series, has given the pace bowler a big boost in ranking points.

    The 23-year-old, who has taken nine wickets in the series so far, has moved up six places to become the fifth bowler at the top of the ODI rankings this year after Trent Boult, Imran Tahir, Kagiso Rabada and Josh Hazlewood.

    Outside of the top 20, Sri Lanka’s Suranga Lakmal (up three places to 36th), South Africa’s Andile Phehlukwayo (up 30 places to 52nd) and Bangladesh’s Rubel Hossain (up seven places to 61st) are the other bowlers to move northwards.

    Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez is back as the top all-rounder, edging Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan. Hafeez, who first attained top ranking in January 2013, has reached the top spot for the ninth time.

    Meanwhile, India will be looking to wrest back the top spot in the team rankings when they take on New Zealand in an upcoming three-match series.

    South Africa and India are both on 120 points with South Africa ahead on decimal points. South Africa can reach 121 points if they complete a 3-0 series win over Bangladesh but India will overtake them if they win the opening match against New Zealand, to be played the same day as the last South Africa-Bangladesh match, on 22 October.

    https://www.icc-cricket.com/media-releases/495373
     
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      Last Updated 18th June 2018

      Team

      Test Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are in 7th position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 88, 6 points behind Sri Lanka and 13 points ahead of Bangladesh

      Reliance Test Championship

      India 125
      South Africa 112
      Australia 106
      New Zealand 102
      England 97
      Sri Lanka 94
      Pakistan 88
      Bangladesh 75
      West Indies 67
      Zimbabwe 2​

      ODI Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 5th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 102, Level on points with Australia and 9 points ahead of Bangladesh

      Reliance ODI Championship

      England 124
      India 122
      South Africa 113
      New Zealand 112
      Pakistan 102
      Australia 102
      Bangladesh 93
      Sri Lanka 77
      West Indies 69
      Afghanistan 63
      Zimbabwe 55
      Ireland 38
      Scotland 33
      UAE 18

      T20I Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 1st position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 131, 5 points ahead of Australia

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      Pakistan 131
      Australia 126
      India 123
      New Zealand 116
      England 115
      South Africa 114
      West Indies 114
      Afghanistan 91
      Sri Lanka 85
      Bangladesh 70
      Netherlands 58
      Zimbabwe 58
      Scotland 57
      UAE 51
      Hong Kong 42
      Oman 39
      Ireland 34​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

      (TEST) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      14th- Azhar Ali
      30th- Asad Shafiq
      42nd- Sarfraz Ahmed
      70th- Ahmed Shehzad
      77th- Haris Sohail
      78th- Sami Aslam
      85th- Babar Azam​

      (TEST) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      18th- Yasir Shah
      20th- Mohammad Abbas
      26th- Wahab Riaz
      32nd- Mohammad Amir
      39th- Rahat Ali
      63rd- Hassan Ali
      89th- Haris Sohail
      90th- Shadab Khan
      94th- Fahim Ashraf​

      (TEST) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently

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      ODI Ranking

      (ODI) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Babar Azam
      26th- Mohammad Hafeez
      40th- Fakhar Zaman
      46th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      48th- Azhar Ali
      54th- Shoaib Malik
      80th- Ahmed Shehzad
      90th- Haris Sohail
      99th- Imad Wasim

      (ODI) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      4th- Hasan Ali
      31st- Mohammed Hafeez
      31st- Mohammad Amir
      36th- Imad Wasim
      49th- Junaid Khan
      54th- Shadab Khan
      77th- Wahab Riaz

      (ODI) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Mohammad Hafeez

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      T20I Ranking

      (T20) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      1st- Babar Azam
      30th- Shoaib Malik
      33rd- Ahmed Shehzad
      47th- Fakhar Zaman
      49th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      50th- Hussain Talat
      56th- Mohammed Hafeez
      97th- Asif Ali

      (T20) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Shadab Khan
      9th- Imad Wasim
      12th- Mohammad Amir
      25th- Hasan Ali
      43rd- Mohammad Nawaz
      54th- Mohammad Hafeez
      57th- Faheem Ashraf
      66th-Shoaib Malik
      74th- Rumman Raees

      (T20) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      9th- Shoaib Malik
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    2. chandtara
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      chandtara Mr Cricistan

      Jun 18, 2011
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      Australia slip to sixth position in ICC Rankings after series whitewash

      June 25 (CRICKETNMORE) - Australia have finished in sixth place in the ICC ODI Team Rankings after their 5-0 series whitewash by England.

      Australia have slipped behind Pakistan after losing four points in the series and finishing on 100 points. Australia, who fell to sixth place for the first time in more than three decades when they conceded a 2-0 lead during the series, are now two points behind Pakistan and seven ahead of Bangladesh.

      The emphatic series victory sees England consolidate their position at the top of table. They have made up for a surprise loss to Scotland in a one-off ODI before this series when they lost two points and slipped to 123 points. They have finished the Australia series on 126 points, four more than second-placed India.

      England’s next series is against India at home from 12 to 17 July, in which the Asian team have the chance to seize back the top position if they put up the kind of performance England did against Australia.

      England will retain the top spot even if they lose the series 2-1 but should they go down 3-0, the rankings table will see India back at the top of the table.

      https://www.cricketnmore.com/cricke...-in-icc-rankings-after-series-whitewash-39226
       
    3. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      England batsmen, spin twins move up on ODI table

      The England batsmen scored runs in buckets during their 5-0 sweep of the one-day international series at home against Australia, and their best performers made big moves up the ladder in the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Player Rankings, which were updated on Monday 25 June.

      Their top run-getters in the series were Jason Roy (304), Jonny Bairstow (300), Jos Buttler (275) and Alex Hales (232), and all of them looked good on the table for batters.

      Bairstow moved up four spots to No.11, Buttler, the Player of the Series, went up to No.16 after a gain of two positions, Roy entered the top 20 after gaining three positions, while Hales and Eoin Morgan, the captain who scored 151 runs, benefitted too.

      Joe Root, England’s Test captain, didn’t have too good a series despite the rest of his team-mates doing so well. Just 104 runs with one score of 50 in five innings meant that Root lost three spots to go to No.6. With the suspended David Warner slipping too, Babar Azam moved up behind No.1 Virat Kohli, and Rohit Sharma (No.4) and Ross Taylor (No.5) gained too despite not being in action.

      For Australia, the standout performer in the series with the bat was Shaun Marsh, who slammed two centuries on his way to scoring 288 runs. That helped him re-enter the table at No.80, while Travis Head, who scored three half-centuries, reached a career-best 670 points, putting him at No.19, up by three spots.

      The big mover on the table, meanwhile, was Scotland's Calum MacLeod, whose 94-ball 140* in that famous win over England has taken him 20 spots up to No.35 with a career-high 585 points.

      England’s wins were scripted as much by their marauding batsmen as by Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid, their spin twins, who returned 12 wickets apiece at remarkable economy rates of 5.09 and 5.60 respectively.

      While that didn’t dislodge Jasprit Bumrah and Rashid Khan from the top of the chart, they both moved up significantly. The England leg-spinner gained three spots to be joint-eighth with Yuzvendra Chahal – his 667 points at the end of the series only 10 points behind the 677 he had reached after the third ODI at Trent Bridge, where he returned 4/47.

      Ali, who kept Australia quiet almost each time in the middle overs, gained 12 positions to get to No.13, his 629 points a career-high mark too.

      As far as the team rankings are concerned, the winless outing in England has pushed world champions Australia down to sixth place with 101 points, one less than Pakistan, while England have consolidated their position at the top with 125 rating points, three ahead of India at No.2.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/755216
       
    4. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Competition for top spot in T20I team rankings

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      All of Afghanistan, India and England could challenge Pakistan for the No.1 ranking.

      • Australia can overtake Pakistan in Zimbabwe Tri-Series to take number one spot; India, England can also move up to top position

      • The likes of Babar, Kohli, Finch, Buttler, Shadab and Chahal will be looking to improve their rankings

      Top-ranked Pakistan, second-ranked Australia and third-ranked India will all be seen in action in upcoming matches as the uppermost tiers of the MRF Tyres ICC T20I Team Rankings have the potential to change over the next two weeks.

      Pakistan, who lead the table with 131 points, will be the favourites in the upcoming Zimbabwe Tri-Series to be played in Harare from 1-8 July but the presence of Australia in the competition spices up the contests as the reigning ICC Cricket World Cup champions are only five points behind Pakistan and with a good chance to overtake them.

      Irrespective of the result of Australia’s one-off match against England ahead of the tournament, they can overtake Pakistan in the double-league if they win all their four matches against Pakistan and Zimbabwe. In such a scenario, they will move ahead of Pakistan even if the latter win both their matches against Zimbabwe.

      Australia can go up to 137 points if they beat England, win their four league matches and beat Pakistan in the final, while Pakistan will similarly reach 136 points if they win all their four league matches and the final against Australia. Zimbabwe, currently placed 12th, will overtake Scotland on the points table even with a solitary win in the tournament.

      India have the potential of reaching 127 points by winning their five matches – two against Ireland and three against England. On the other hand, England could go up to 126 points if they beat Australia and then defeat India 3-0. India or England could reach the top spot if Zimbabwe are able to pull off a couple of upsets in the Tri-Series and depending on other results, Australia and Pakistan could be restricted to below those numbers.

      Ireland, placed 17th on the points table, will overtake Oman if they win one match against India and will move to 15th position, also ahead of Hong Kong, if they pull off a 2-0 series win.

      In the MRF Tyres ICC T20I Player Rankings, Pakistan’s Babar Azam heads the list of batsmen while the Australia pair of Glenn Maxwell and Aaron Finch are in third and fourth positions. India captain Virat Kohli, a former top-ranked batsman, will be looking to claw back from his eighth position while England’s Jos Buttler would be looking to continue his ODI form and better his 26th position in T20Is.

      Wrist-spinners Shadab Khan of Pakistan (2nd) and Yuzvendra Chahal of India (3rd) will be the leading bowlers seen in upcoming matches while Zimbabwe’s Hamilton Masakadza (10th among batsmen) and Ireland’s George Dockrell (19th among bowlers) will be the others looking to better their positions.

      The predictor function is available here. The next T20I player rankings update will be on 9 July.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/media-releases/758731
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      ICC T20I Rankings: India Climb Up to the Second Position

      Indian team has climbed to the second position in the latest ICC T20I rankings after their 2-0 series win against Ireland. India was in the third position before the series. However, the series win against the lowest rank Ireland (who are at the 17th place) helped them leapfrog Australia.

      Thus, India has 123 rating points to cement their second place in the rankings. On the other hand, Australia slipped to the third position after losing their solitary T20I against arch-rivals England. The Aussies have 122 rating points under their belt. Meanwhile, Pakistan continues to occupy the numero uno position with 131 rating points under their bag.

      Pakistan will like to consolidate its position in the tri-series.
      Indian skipper Virat Kohli continues to occupy the eight place in the latest ICC T20I rankings. Lokesh Rahul and Rohit Sharma take the 12th and 13th place respectively in the rankings table. Rahul had scored a fine fifty in the second T20I against Ireland while Rohit had smashed 97 in the first match.

      Rohit’s opening partner Shikhar Dhawan who scored a fine 74 in the first match occupies the 17th place in the batsmen rankings. Meanwhile, Pakistan’s Babar Azam is at the summit of batsmen’s rankings.

      On the other hand, Rashid Khan is at the pinnacle of the bowler’s rankings with 813 rating points. Yuzvendra Chahal who scalped six wickets against Ireland is at the third place with 706 points. Jasprit Bumrah who is ruled out of the England T20I is at the 10th place in the rankings.

      Meanwhile, Bhuvneshwar Kumar is at the 21st place in the rankings. Australia’s Glenn Maxwell is the top of the all-rounder rankings with 389 rating points.

      India T20I series against England and tri-series involving Pakistan, Australia and Zimbabwe will determine who leads the charts in the upcoming time.

      https://cricketaddictor.com/cricket/icc-t20i-rankings-india-climb-up-to-the-second-position/
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Clutch Fakhar Zaman soars to number 2 spot in ICC T20I rankings

      Fakhar Zaman, who cemented his reputation as a clutch former on Sunday, has deservedly soared to number two in the International Cricket Council's (ICC) T20I player rankings for batsmen.

      The Man from Mardan, who made his name with a scintillating century in the ICC Champions Trophy final against India last year, was at it again in the Tri-nation T20 series decided against Australia on Sunday.

      Unfazed by wickets tumbling around him, Fakhar smashed a 46-ball 91 that paved way for Pakistan to track down the Aussies' 188-run target with four balls and six wickets to spare.

      In all, Zaman scored a staggering 278 run in five outings in the Zimbabwe-hosted tournament at an average of 55-6 — almost unheard-of figures for the game's shortest international formats.

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      His incredible production was duly rewarded as the latest rankings published by the ICC has seen him soar to the number two spot, behind just Australia captain Aaron Finch. Zaman now has 842 rating points — just 49 less than Finch's tally.

      Zaman's ascension sees India's Lokesh Rahul, previously number two, deteriorate to number three. Also among the casualties of Zaman's rise is his teammate Babar Azam, who is currently inactive owing to a forearm injury he suffered in March during the tour of England.

      Meanwhile, spin starlet Shadab Khan continues to occupy the second spot in the corresponding T20I ratings for bowlers.

      Elsewhere, Azam is number two in the ODI rankings for batsmen, trailing Indian captain Virat Kohli only. Hasan Ali is number three in the 50-over rankings for bowlers, whereas Mohammad Hafeez is number two in the all-rounder lists.

      No Pakistani player ranks among the top five in any of the Test cricket rankings.

      https://www.dawn.com/news/1418952/clutch-fakhar-zaman-soars-to-number-2-spot-in-icc-t20i-rankings
       
    7. chandtara
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      Aaron Finch, Fakhar Zaman and KL Rahul have leapfrogged the existing table-toppers to become the top-three batsmen in the T20I rankings.

      The MRF Tyres ICC T20I Players Rankings for batsmen had a brand new 1-2-3 at the end of the series between England and India, which the visitors won 2-1, and the triangular series in Zimbabwe, where Pakistan beat Australia in the final.

      Finch, the new captain of the Australian T20I side, had a remarkable run during the tournament in Zimbabwe, scoring 68*, 172 – a world record in the format, 16, 3 and 47.

      Coming as these runs did on the back of the 84 he scored in the one-off T20I against England, Finch rose three spots from No.4 to becoming the new No.1 batsman. He played no small role in Australia bouncing back from a spate of losses across formats in recent times, but it was still not enough for his team to win the tri-series title.

      That was in a major part due to Fakhar Zaman. Zaman, who Finch had called “a real thorn in our side” before the final, slammed a career-best 91 in just 46 balls in the final, his blitz helping Pakistan cross Australia’s 183/8 with four balls in hand.

      Zaman’s performance in the tournament was spectacular and his rise in the rankings equally so. His sequence in Zimbabwe read 61, 6, 47, 73 (his career-best score before the final) and 91. No wonder he moved up 44 spots on the table to reach No.2 with 842 points, also the best in his short international career so far.

      Interestingly, earlier in the tournament, Finch had also reached a career-high 900 points, and the new No.3 on the table, KL Rahul, did the same in the first match of three-T20I series in England, getting to 854 points.

      That was after he had led India to victory in the first game of the series with an unbeaten 101. He dipped from there, but 6 and 19 in the next two games ensured he was up nine spots since the last update at 812 points.

      The injured Babar Azam, Colin Munro and Glenn Maxwell all moved down, occupying the three spots below Finch, Zaman and Rahul, while further down on the list, there were more such interesting changes.

      D’Arcy Short, Finch’s opening partner, had an up-and-down run in Zimbabwe, but scores of 46 and 76 – in the final – during the course of the tournament helped him jump 18 places to No.10. It’s a career-best number for him, his first time in the Top 10, with 690 points, also a career high.

      Among others ending the England v India series with career-best points were Jason Roy (up 19 spots to No.15 with 641 points) and Jos Buttler (up nine spots to No.17 with 614 points), but perhaps the most breath-taking rise has been that of Zimbabwe opener Solomon Mire.

      Mire started the tri-series with a big reputation but not much in terms of numbers in T20I cricket, but almost single-handedly kept Zimbabwe hoping for a spot in the final with two magnificent innings.

      He started slowly with 27 and 28 in the first two games but then slammed 94 – Zimbabwe’s best in the format – and 63 in the last two to rise an incredible 202 places in the rankings. He ended with a career-best 581 points and the 25th place on the table.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/782056
       
    8. Shahzad.Firdous
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      To rise in test rankings too, Pakistan would need to perform consistently!!
       
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      Fakhar and Babar are 2 very good batsmen by Pakitani standards of last 15 years. Hope they continue to improve and play well. Could be a good bunch for years to come
       
    10. chandtara
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      Pakistan secure eight-point lead over India at the top of T20 rankings

      Pakistan consolidated their position as the No1 T20 team in the world as they romped to a stunning six-wicket win over Australia in the T20 tri-series final in Harare on Sunday.

      Pakistan started the series on 131 points and ended on 132, with just one defeat in the tri-series that also included Zimbabwe.

      The last couple of weeks saw an interesting fight for the No1 ranking with Australia, India and England also being in the hunt.

      India won their three-match T20 series against England 2-1 on Sunday and rose to No2 in the rankings, up from third on 123 points to second on 124.

      Australia are now down to third in the table with 122 points, down from 126.


      http://sport360.com/article/cricket...nt-lead-over-india-at-the-top-of-t20-rankings
       
    11. chandtara
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      Pakistan need 4-1 series win against Zimbabwe to maintain their position

      ISLAMABAD: Fifth-placed Pakistan need to either whitewash Zimbabwe or win by a minimum 4-1 margin in a five-match ODI series starting later this month to maintain their current International Cricket Council (ICC) ODI Team Ranking. Pakistan take on Zimbabwe in the five-match series from July 15 in Bulawayo and will have to defeat their opponents by a considerable margin if they are to remain ahead of sixth-placed Australia.

      While 10th-ranked Zimbabwe will have to pull off a 4-1 win over Pakistan in order to leapfrog Afghanistan and move up one spot in the rankings table. The Men in Green currently sit on 102 points on fifth place with Australia one place behind them with 100 points.

      Meanwhile, England and India play the first match of their upcoming series in Nottingham on Thursday (tomorrow), in what will kick off a month-long extravaganza of one-day internationals featuring 10 sides, spread across four continents. Coming on the back of a well-contested Twenty20 International series, which India won 2-1, the top two sides in the ICC ODI Team Rankings present some interesting prospects in the three-match series a year ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 to be hosted by England and Wales from May 30 to July 14.

      India, who had conceded the top ranking to England on May 2, get a chance of claiming back the spot, but for that, they will have to blank their adversaries 3-0.

      England on the other hand will run up a lead of 10 points at the top of the table if they win by the same margin. The possibility of a change at the top though is not the only matter of interest in upcoming matches since seven of the 10 teams playing in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be on view during this period until August 12. Apart from the England-India series ending on 17 July, Zimbabwe-Pakistan five matches ending on July 22, the West Indies will play three at home versus Bangladesh from July 22 to 28, Sri Lanka will host South Africa for five matches from July 29 to August 12 and the Netherlands play two at home against Nepal.

      Third-ranked South Africa face the challenge of blanking Sri Lanka 5-0 in an away series to ensure they do not slip behind New Zealand even as mid-table sides Bangladesh (seventh), Sri Lanka (eighth) and the West Indies (ninth) will be vying for important points during this period. Nepal will debut in ODIs when they play two matches against the Netherlands on 1 and 3 August while the Netherlands will be turning out in ODIs for the first time since losing ODI status in 2014 at the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier in New Zealand. Nepal gained ODI status at the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier in Zimbabwe earlier this year while the Netherlands regained it had earlier by winning the ICC World Cricket League Championship.

      The players of these two nations will be hoping to make impressive entries in the ICC ODI Player Rankings, which could see a number of changes when the rankings are next updated on August 13 after 18 matches featuring many of the top players around the world. India captain Virat Kohli leads the rankings for batsmen with a career-high rating of 909 points, a good 96 points ahead of Pakistan’s Babar Azam, who will be hoping to get back into the groove after missing the recent tri-series in Zimbabwe due to injury. Fourth-ranked Rohit Sharma of India will be looking to continue his T20I form in the ODIs, sixth-ranked Joe Root of England has a good chance of overtaking Ross Taylor, while the South Africa pair of Quinton de Kock and Faf du Plessis as well as India’s left-handed opener Shikhar Dhawan are the other players likely to be seen in action. In the bowlers’ list, top-ranked Jasprit Bumrah’s finger injury, due to which he will miss the series, gives others a chance to close the gap, and third-ranked Hasan Ali of Pakistan would be eyeing a return to the top spot. Leg-spinners Adil Rashid of England and Yuzvendra Chahal of India are other top 10 players who will be seen in upcoming matches.

      https://dailytimes.com.pk/265838/pa...-against-zimbabwe-to-maintain-their-position/
       
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      Last Updated 11th July 2018

      Team

      Test Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are in 7th position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 88, 3 points behind Sri Lanka and 13 points ahead of Bangladesh

      Reliance Test Championship

      India 125
      South Africa 112
      Australia 106
      New Zealand 102
      England 97
      Sri Lanka 91
      Pakistan 88
      Bangladesh 75
      West Indies 72
      Zimbabwe 2​

      ODI Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 5th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 102, 10 points behind New Zealand and 2 points ahead of Australia

      Reliance ODI Championship

      England 126
      India 122
      South Africa 113
      New Zealand 112
      Pakistan 102
      Australia 100
      Bangladesh 93
      Sri Lanka 77
      West Indies 69
      Afghanistan 63
      Zimbabwe 55
      Ireland 38
      Scotland 33
      UAE 18

      T20I Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 1st position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 132, 8 points ahead of India

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      Pakistan 132
      India 124
      Australia 122
      England 117
      New Zealand 116
      South Africa 114
      West Indies 114
      Afghanistan 91
      Sri Lanka 85
      Bangladesh 70
      Scotland 62
      Zimbabwe 56
      UAE 51
      Netherlands 50
      Hong Kong 42
      Oman 39
      Ireland 35​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

      (TEST) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      15th- Azhar Ali
      26th- Asad Shafiq
      41st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      70th- Ahmed Shehzad
      77th- Haris Sohail
      78th- Sami Aslam
      85th- Babar Azam​

      (TEST) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      19th- Yasir Shah
      21st- Mohammad Abbas
      29th- Wahab Riaz
      32nd- Mohammad Amir
      39th- Rahat Ali
      64th- Hassan Ali
      89th- Haris Sohail
      90th- Shadab Khan
      97th- Fahim Ashraf​

      (TEST) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently

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      ODI Ranking

      (ODI) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Babar Azam
      25th- Mohammad Hafeez
      38th- Fakhar Zaman
      45th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      48th- Azhar Ali
      54th- Shoaib Malik
      79th- Ahmed Shehzad
      89th- Haris Sohail
      99th- Imad Wasim

      (ODI) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      3rd- Hasan Ali
      32nd- Mohammad Amir
      32nd- Mohammed Hafeez
      36th- Imad Wasim
      48th- Junaid Khan
      54th- Shadab Khan
      79th- Wahab Riaz

      (ODI) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Mohammad Hafeez

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      T20I Ranking

      (T20) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Fakhar Zaman
      5th- Babar Azam
      28th- Shoaib Malik
      36th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      49th- Ahmed Shehzad
      67th- Hussain Talat
      76th- Mohammed Hafeez
      78th- Asif Ali

      (T20) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Shadab Khan
      12th- Mohammad Amir
      26th- Imad Wasim
      31st- Hasan Ali
      32nd- Mohammad Nawaz
      33rd- Faheem Ashraf
      81st- Mohammad Hafeez
      82nd- Usman Khan
      93rd-Shoaib Malik

      (T20) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Joe Root vaults to a career-high second ranking

      Back-to-back centuries have helped the England batsman to climb up to the second position in the latest ODI rankings.
      • Top-ranked Virat Kohli sixth-best on all-time points; Kuldeep Yadav breaks into the top-10 for the first time
      • 1 ranked England opens up six points lead over second-ranked India

      England batsman Joe Root’s back-to-back centuries have helped him vault into second place in the latest MRF Tyres ICC ODI Player Rankings that have also seen India’s spinner Kuldeep Yadav break into the top-10 for the first time in his career.

      In the three-match ODI series, which England clinched by a 2-1 margin with a win at Headingley on Wednesday, Root has leapfrogged Babar Azam (Pakistan), Rohit Sharma (India), David Warner (Australia) and Ross Taylor (New Zealand) to a career-high second position.

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      Kuldeep Yadav, India's left-arm wrist-spinner, took nine wickets in the series against England
      Root had scores of three, 113 not out and 100 not out, which have earned him 34 points and have now put him 93 points behind India captain Virat Kohli. Root had previously reached fourth in the batting rankings in August 2016 and is now just one point below his career-best points tally of 819, which he had achieved against Australia earlier this year is Brisbane.

      Kohli has also strengthened his position at the top of the tree following scores of 75, 45 and 71. Although he has earned just two points, these are enough to lift him to a career-high 911 points, which are sixth best in the list of all-time points and the highest since Australia’s Dean Jones tally of 918 points in March 1991.

      Jason Roy and Eoin Morgan are the other batsmen to improve their rankings in the latest rankings. Roy has moved up one place to 19th, while Morgan is now in 22nd spot after rising two places.

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      Liam Plunkett has gained one place and has moved up to the 20th position
      In the bowlers’ list, the biggest news is the movement of India’s Kuldeep Yadav. The left-arm wrist-spinner took nine wickets in the series, including six for 25 at Trent Bridge, which have been rewarded with a rise of eight places to a career-high sixth position.

      Yadav is the second India bowler to feature in the top-10 after number-one ranked Jasprit Bumrah and fifth spinner to find a place in the 10 highest-ranked bowlers. The other four spinners are Rashid Khan (second), Imran Tahir (seventh), Adil Rashid (eighth) and Yuzvendra Chahal (10th).

      The good news for England is the movement of their pace trio, Liam Plunkett, Mark Wood and David Willey. Plunkett has gained one place and is now 20th, Wood is on a career-high 26th ranking after rising two places and Willey has jumped 11 places to claim 31st position.

      [​IMG]
      Following scores of 75, 45 and 71, Virat Kohli has strengthened his position at the top in the batsmen rankings
      There is no change in the top five all-rounders, with Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan leading the field.

      Meanwhile, in the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Team Rankings, number-one ranked England has moved to 127 points after gaining one point, while India have dropped one point to finish on 121 points. This means the four-point pre-series gap has now extended to six points.

      The player rankings will now be updated on 29 July following the conclusion of Zimbabwe v Pakistan and West Indies v Bangladesh series.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/media-releases/786812
       
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      Jul 18, 2018
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      nice to see Pakistan players improving and climbing for the top ranks.
      but amala , virat and abd are the top class batsman in the world.
       
    15. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Zaman, Imam rise in latest ICC ODI rankings for batsmen

      KARACHI : Fakhar Zaman and Imamul Haq have improved their ODI batting rankings, after the latest update from the International Cricket Council.

      Zaman has continued his good run of form in the ongoing ODI series against Zimbabwe which has helped him move up by 14 places and he now sits on number 24 in the rankings for ODI batsmen.

      Zaman’s opening partner Imam has also seen a significant improvement in his rankings as the left-handed batsman has jumped 70 places to reach 94th position on the table.

      Meanwhile middle-order batsman Babar Azam has been leapfrogged by Joe Root into second place, after the English batsman scored back-to-back centuries against India.

      Root had scores of three, 113 not out and 100 not out, which have earned him 34 points and have now put him 93 points behind India captain Virat Kohli.

      Kohli has also strengthened his position at the top of the tree following scores of 75, 45 and 71. Although he has earned just two points, these are enough to lift him to a career-high 911 points, which are sixth best in the list of all-time points and the highest since Australia’s Dean Jones tally of 918 points in March 1991.

      In the bowlers’ list, the biggest news is the movement of India’s Kuldeep Yadav. The left-arm wrist-spinner took nine wickets in the series, including six for 25 at Trent Bridge, which have been rewarded with a rise of eight places to a career-high sixth position.

      https://tribune.com.pk/story/1761104/7-zaman-imam-rise-latest-icc-odi-rankings-batsmen/
       
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      Dec 21, 2016
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      Historically we have been bowlers depended side, however, now thanks to Babar and Fakhar things look a bit better in batting. But we're not a batting power house like India by any means.
       
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      Del Whispering Death

      Dec 21, 2016
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      BTW: Welcome on CS - hope to see more of your posts in coming days.
       
    18. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      James Anderson regains top spot in ICC Test bowling rankings

      James Anderson has regained top spot in the ICC Test bowling rankings ahead of South Africa seamer Kagiso Rabada.

      Rabada has dropped to second despite picking up eight wickets across two Tests in the Proteas' 2-0 series defeat in Sri Lanka, with a best of 4-50 in the opener in Galle.

      Anderson, who claimed nine wickets in England's drawn two-Test series at home to Pakistan earlier this summer, has 892 points, with Rabada on 882 and India spinner Ravindra Jadeja third on 866.

      Anderson bowled for the first time in first-team cricket since June when he played for Lancashire in the Specsavers County Championship Roses clash against Yorkshire as he attempted to prove his fitness for England's five-Test series against India, which starts on Wednesday, August 1.

      The 35-year-old, who took six weeks off to rest a shoulder injury following the Pakistan series, bowled 24 overs across Yorkshire's two innings, picking up the wickets of Adam Lyth and England Test captain Joe Root.

      Anderson is expected to be included in the England squad for the first Test at Edgbaston when the party is announced on Thursday.

      Stuart Broad, the only other English bowler in the top 20 of the ICC rankings at 12th, is also back bowling for Nottinghamshire after suffering an ankle injury and should, too, make England's squad.

      http://www.skysports.com/cricket/ne...regains-top-spot-in-icc-test-bowling-rankings
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Karunaratne climbs, Rabada knocked off perch

      Dimuth Karunaratne continued his climb up the batting rankings chart to reach No. 7 after a Player-of-the-Series performance for Sri Lanka.


      In the low-scoring series against South Africa, which finished 2-0 in favour of the hosts, opener Karunaratne was the biggest batting highlight.

      He scored 158*, 60, 53 and 85 to total 356 runs in the two Tests, taking him up three places to a career-high 754 points in the MRF Tyres ICC Test Player Rankings for batsmen update on Tuesday, 24 July.

      With Dinesh Chandimal, their regular captain who missed the series owing to suspension, at No.8, Sri Lanka now have two batsmen in the top 10.

      Angelo Mathews is also up four places to No.24 among batsmen, thanks to his fighting 71 in the second Test.

      Other gainers in the Sri Lankan camp were Danushka Gunathilaka, up 36 spots to No. 73, and Akila Dananjaya, the off-spinner, whose seven wickets vaulted him up 16 places to No.39 among bowlers and up 25 to No.46 among all-rounders.

      South Africa have been disappointing all around, and their inability to come to terms with the conditions is reflected in the changes in rankings.

      Kagiso Rabada lost the No.1 position on the bowling table to England’s James Anderson. Dale Steyn, who had made the top spot his for years, is still waiting for the one wicket that will make him South Africa’s leading wicket-taker, and slipped by four to No.24.

      Openers Dean Elgar and Aiden Markram have slipped to the edge of the top 10, while Hashim Amla is down three to No.14.

      Only two people would be smiling from the visitors’ camp. Keshav Maharaj, the left-arm spinner, finished the series with 16 wickets, including a match haul of 12 in the second Test. He jumped five places into the top 20, settling at No. 18.

      Then, Theunis de Bruyn’s remarkable fourth-innings century in the second Test took him up 43 to No.105 among batsmen.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/788342
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Karunaratne, Dananjaya and Maharaj on the move

      Dimuth Karunaratne has become Sri Lanka’s highest-ranked Test batsman, while Keshav Maharaj has returned to the top-20 in the latest MRF Tyres ICC Test Player Rankings, which were released on Tuesday morning following the conclusion of the Colombo Test.


      • James Anderson to start England’s 1000th Test as the number-one ranked bowler in the world; Steyn at his lowest points total in 12 years• James Anderson to start England’s 1000th Test as the number-one ranked bowler in the world; Steyn at his lowest points total in 12 years

      • 12-point swing for Sri Lanka following their 2-0 series win over South Africa

      Karunaratne scored 53 and 85, and also benefitted from Dinesh Chandimal’s absence as well as below-par performances from Dean Elgar and Aiden Markram to move up three places to a career-best seventh position. Karunaratne now leads Chandimal by 21 points, while he is ahead of ninth-ranked Elgar and 10th-ranked Markram by 30 and 51 points, respectively.

      Karunaratne’s opening partner Danushka Gunathilaka, who also scored two half-centuries and was involved in opening partnerships of 116 and 91, has made an impressive gain of 36 places and now occupies 73rd position.

      The biggest mover in the latest rankings is South Africa’s middle-order batsman Theunis de Bruyn. Although de Bruyn’s 101 failed to save his side from a 199-run defeat, his maiden Test century in his sixth Test has lifted the 25-year-old from 148th to 105th (up by 43 places).

      The batting table is headed by Australia’s Steve Smith, although second-ranked Virat Kohli will be eyeing the number-one spot when he leads India in the five-Test series starting at Edgbaston next week. Kohli is presently 26 points behind Smith, but leads his third-ranked opposite number Joe Root by 48 points.

      Maharaj has been rewarded with a rise of five places following his match figures of 12 for 283, including nine for 129 in the first innings. Maharaj is now ranked 18th in the world and his tally of points (692) is the most for a South Africa spinner since Paul Harris reached 705 in December 2009.

      Maharaj was not the only slow bowler to improve his ranking. Sri Lanka off-spinners Dilruwan Perera and Akila Dananjaya have also made upward movements.

      Perera, who had figures of four for 40 and two for 90, has jumped two places to 23rd, while Dananjaya has achieved a career-high ranking of 39th (up by 16 places) following figures of five for 52 and two for 67.

      Rangana Herath, who took seven wickets in the match, including six for 98 in the second innings, has consolidated his eighth position by narrowing the gap with seventh-ranked Trent Boult to four points after collecting 26 points.

      However, there was bad news for South Africa fast bowlers Kagiso Rabada and Dale Steyn.

      After picking up just one wicket, Rabada has fallen from the number-one ranking, which means England’s most successful bowler, James Anderson, will start his country’s 1000th Test as the top-ranked bowler. Rabada had claimed the top-spot from Anderson following the Port Elizabeth Test against Australia earlier this year

      Rabada had entered the Colombo Test leading Anderson by seven points and now trails the Lancastrian by 10 points.

      Likewise, Steyn remained wicketless in the Colombo Test. As a result, he has conceded 36 points and dropped five places in the latest rankings. Steyn is now ranked 24th on 635 points, which is his lowest points total since 544 in October 2007.

      Meanwhile, Sri Lanka and South Africa have moved in opposite directions on the MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings following the home side’s 2-0 series win.

      Second-ranked South Africa have joined Australia on 106 points after conceding six points, while sixth-ranked Sri Lanka have joined England on 97 points after collecting six points. However, South Africa is ranked above Australia and Sri Lanka is ranked below England, when the points are calculated beyond the decimal point.

      South Africa’s dip means India will retain their No.1 ranking irrespective of how their five-Test series against England pans out, but England can rise to as high as second if they make a clean sweep of the series. The series starts at Edgbaston on 1 August.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/media-releases/788356
       
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      Fakhar Zaman breaks into top-20 of ICC ODI batsmen rankings

      Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman’s meteoric rise continued as he moved into the top 20 of the ICC ODI batsmen ranking for the first time in his career.

      Fakhar scored 515 runs in the recently concluded series in Zimbabwe and jumped 22 places to move into 16th position. After the first three ODIs against Zimbabwe, Fakhar was in the 24th spot and his innings of 210 not out in the fourth match and 85 in the final game helped him move up eight more spots.

      Fakhar is now the second Pakistan batsman to feature in the top-20 after Babar Azam, who reclaimed the second spot after finishing the series with 184 runs. Azam (825 points) leads England’s Joe Root by seven points with India’s Virat Kohli on top of the pile (911).

      http://sport360.com/article/cricket...reaks-into-top-20-of-icc-odi-batsmen-rankings
       
    22. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Pakistani trio of Imam-ul-Haq, Shoaib Malik and have made important gains in the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Player Rankings released Sunday, after the Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates.

      Pakistan left-hander Imam-ul-Haq has gained 15 places to reach a career-best 27th position while Shoaib Malik has gained 12 slots to reach 42nd position. Junaid Khan has gained seven slots to reach 30th position among bowlers, said a press release issued here on Sunday.

      India openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan also gained in Rankings. Sharma, has shot up two places to a career-best second position to make it a 1-2 for India in the batting rankings. This is for the second time that Sharma is in second position, having first reached number two in July this year.

      Sharma aggregated 317 runs while Dhawan topped the tournament with 342 runs to gain four slots and reach fifth position. The pair was rested in India’s last Super Four match which ended in a tie against Afghanistan but still led the run aggregate, thanks largely to a 210-run partnership in the Super Four match against Pakistan in which Sharma slammed an unbeaten 111 and Dhawan scored 114.

      Another India player to gain in the latest rankings update is spinner Kuldeep Yadav, who has advanced three places to take a career-best third position.

      Rashid Khan has displaced former Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan from the top of the all-rounders’ list. He has become the first from his country and 32nd overall to reach top position in the list with a jump of six places. Rashid’s success with the ball saw him cross the 800-point mark during the tournament, which saw in action five of the 10 teams to fight it out in next year’s ICC Cricket World Cup, and he also chipped in with 87 runs to reach a career-best 97th position among batsmen.

      Afghanistan opener Mohammad Shahzad has gained 19 slots to reach 36th position, his highest in two years, while spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman has gained 15 slots to reach eighth position.

      For Bangladesh, wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has attained a career-best 16th position, while Liton Das has advanced 107 positions to reach 116th rank after his fine century in the final. Mustafizur has moved up four places to take 12th position among bowlers.

      For Sri Lanka, Upul Tharanga has gained two positions to reach 41st rank while Hong Kong captain Anshuman Rath’s knock of 73 against India has led him to 55th position with 532 points, the highest ever points tally for a Hong Kong batsman. Rath’s opening partner Nizakat Khan has gained 28 slots to reach a career-best 78th rank.In the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Team Rankings, Afghanistan have gained five points while Pakistan and Sri Lanka have lost three points each. India have also gained one point, but there has been no change in positions in the list led by England, who host the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 from 30 May to 14 July.—AP

      https://pakobserver.net/pak-trio-make-important-gain-in-icc-rankings/
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Last Updated 1st October 2018

      Team

      Test Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are in 7th position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 88, 9 points behind Sri Lanka and 11 points ahead of West Indies

      Reliance Test Championship

      India 115
      South Africa 106
      Australia 106
      England 105
      New Zealand 102
      Sri Lanka 97
      Pakistan 88
      West Indies 77
      Bangladesh 67
      Zimbabwe 2​

      ODI Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 5th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 101, 9 points behind South Africa and 1 point ahead of Australia

      Reliance ODI Championship

      England 127
      India 122
      New Zealand 112
      South Africa 110
      Pakistan 102
      Australia 101
      Bangladesh 92
      Sri Lanka 77
      West Indies 69
      Afghanistan 67
      Zimbabwe 53
      Ireland 39
      Scotland 33
      UAE 21

      T20I Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 1st position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 132, 8 points ahead of India

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      Pakistan 132
      India 124
      Australia 122
      England 117
      New Zealand 116
      South Africa 110
      West Indies 106
      Afghanistan 92
      Sri Lanka 88
      Bangladesh 77
      Scotland 62
      Zimbabwe 56
      UAE 51
      Netherlands 50
      Hong Kong 42
      Oman 39
      Ireland 34​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

      (TEST) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      15th- Azhar Ali
      26th- Asad Shafiq
      41st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      72nd- Ahmed Shehzad
      778h- Haris Sohail
      80th- Sami Aslam
      87th- Babar Azam​

      (TEST) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      18th- Yasir Shah
      21st- Mohammad Abbas
      29th- Wahab Riaz
      34th- Mohammad Amir
      39th- Rahat Ali
      64th- Hassan Ali
      90th- Haris Sohail
      91st- Shadab Khan
      99th- Fahim Ashraf​

      (TEST) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently

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      ODI Ranking

      (ODI) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      6th- Babar Azam
      19th- Fakhar Zaman
      27th- Imam Ul Haq
      32nd- Mohammad Hafeez
      42nd- Shoaib Malik
      51st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      59th- Azhar Ali
      95th- Ahmed Shehzad

      (ODI) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      6th- Hasan Ali
      30th- Junaid Khan
      30th- Mohammad Amir
      36th- Shadab Khan
      38th- Mohammed Hafeez
      40th- Imad Wasim
      56th- Yasir Shah
      88th- Faheem Ashraf
      90th- Wahab Riaz

      (ODI) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Mohammad Hafeez

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      T20I Ranking

      (T20) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Fakhar Zaman
      5th- Babar Azam
      26th- Shoaib Malik
      37th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      52nd- Ahmed Shehzad
      68th- Hussain Talat
      79th- Mohammed Hafeez
      80th- Asif Ali

      (T20) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Shadab Khan
      13th- Mohammad Amir
      24th- Imad Wasim
      33rd- Hasan Ali
      35th- Mohammad Nawaz
      36th- Faheem Ashraf
      84th- Mohammad Hafeez
      86th- Usman Khan
      96th-Shoaib Malik

      (T20) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently
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    24. chandtara
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      chandtara Mr Cricistan

      Jun 18, 2011
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      Australia destroyer Abbas jumps to 3rd in Test rankings

      DUBAI: Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Abbas rose to number three in the Test bowling rankings on Sunday following his 17 wickets in the series against Australia in the United Arab Emirates.

      The 28-year-old took 10 for 95 to help Pakistan to their biggest Test win -- a 373-run hammering of Australia -- in the second Test in Abu Dhabi on Friday, giving them a 1-0 series win. He took seven wickets in the drawn first Test in Dubai.

      The new International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings see Abbas shoot to third from 14th and he is now behind only England’s James Anderson and South Africa’s Kagiso Rabada.Abbas has taken 59 wickets in his 10 matches and became the joint second-fastest Pakistani to take 50 wickets during the second Test -- a mark he shares with legendary paceman Waqar Younis and Shabbir Ahmed. Pakistan’s leg-spinner Yasir Shah was the fastest to reach 50 wickets, taking just nine Tests.

      Abbas, who worked in a leather factory, earning his livelihood through welding work and working as a helper in a law firm in Sialkot, might not find too many reasons to complain. He was named Man of the Match and Man of the Series after Pakistan recorded their biggest ever Test victory in terms of runs this week.

      Meanwhile, Bilal Asif, the off spinner, who snared nine scalps in the two-match rubber, made significant gains and takes the 52nd slot in the rankings. Fakhar Zaman, the opening batsman, who made his debut in the Abu Dhabi Test, is ranked 68th after compiling knocks of 94 and 66. On the other hand, the Australian opener, Aaron Finch climbed 15 places to slot in at 59th position in the rankings. In the Team Rankings, Pakistan collected seven points after their 1-0 series win and are now just two points behind the sixth-placed Sri Lanka. Australia, their counterparts, have slipped to fifth position.

      https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/383967-australia-destroyer-abbas-jumps-to-3rd-in-test-rankings
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Babar Azam becomes No.1 T20I batsman in the world

      Scores of 68*, 45 and 50 in the Twenty20 Internationals against Australia have lifted Babar Azam to the top spot among batsmen in the MRF Tyres ICC Men’s T20I Rankings.

      Azam topped the run-scorers’ chart with 163 runs from three outings, scoring at a strike rate of 117.26, as Pakistan swept Australia 3-0. That lifted him from No.5 to No.1, and pushed down Aaron Finch by a spot and compatriot Fakhar Zaman down to fifth spot, a fall of three places.

      Babar Azam and Shadab Khan were the stars as Pakistan secured a 3-0 series win

      But it was bad news for Australia#PakvAus REPORT https://t.co/KNIpYmEF2p pic.twitter.com/q0sc3Zxk2R

      — ICC (@ICC) October 28, 2018
      The other big mover among the batsmen was Jason Roy, who smashed 69 in 36 balls in England’s 30-run win over Sri Lanka in their one-off fixture – Roy entered the top 10 with a jump of five spots, which put him at No.9 with a career-high 688 rating points.

      The most interesting development, however, came in the bowlers’ table, where we now have leg-spinners filling all the top five spots.

      Rashid Khan, Shadab Khan, Ish Sodhi and Yuzvendra Chahal held on to their positions in the top four, and were joined by Adil Rashid as the new No.5.

      Joe Denly was Player of the Match in his first international game since 2010 as England beat Sri Lanka by 30 runs.

      REPORThttps://t.co/dJKMAJdjX4 pic.twitter.com/wgzt4VyHXM

      — ICC (@ICC) October 27, 2018
      After Roy played the big part in giving England 187/8 on the board, Joe Denly (4/19) and Rashid (3/11) were outstanding as Sri Lanka were limited to 157. Denly was named Player of the Match, and Rashid moved into the top group with a career-best 676 points.

      Lots of other bowlers moved up too, including Pakistan’s Faheem Ashraf and Hasan Ali, and Australia’s Adam Zampa, but there were two other new faces in the top 10 – Billy Stanlake and Imad Wasim.


      The big Australian paceman picked up seven wickets in the T20Is against Pakistan and finished at No.9, a gain of nine spots, while the Pakistani left-arm spinner rose 14 spots to No.10.

      Wasim’s entry at the 10th spot, remarkably, made it nine spinners in the top ten. Samuel Badree from Windies and South Africa's Imran Tahir – both leg-spinners – retained their positions at No.7 and No.8 respectively.

      Mitchell Santner, the New Zealand left-arm spinner, is at No.6 – the only non-leg-spinner apart from Stanlake and Wasim.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/891719
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Last Updated 29th October 2018

      Team

      Test Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are in 7th position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 95, 2 points behind Sri Lanka and 19 points ahead of West Indies

      Reliance Test Championship

      India 116
      South Africa 106
      England 105
      New Zealand 102
      Australia 102
      Sri Lanka 97
      Pakistan 95
      West Indies 76
      Bangladesh 67
      Zimbabwe 2​

      ODI Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 5th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 101, 9 points behind South Africa and 1 point ahead of Australia

      Reliance ODI Championship

      England 126
      India 120
      New Zealand 112
      South Africa 110
      Pakistan 101
      Australia 100
      Bangladesh 93
      Sri Lanka 79
      West Indies 73
      Afghanistan 67
      Zimbabwe 52
      Ireland 39
      Scotland 33
      UAE 21

      T20I Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 1st position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 136, 12 points ahead of India

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      Pakistan 136
      India 124
      Australia 118
      England 118
      New Zealand 116
      South Africa 111
      West Indies 106
      Afghanistan 92
      Sri Lanka 87
      Bangladesh 77
      Scotland 62
      Zimbabwe 55
      UAE 50
      Netherlands 50
      Hong Kong 42
      Oman 39
      Ireland 34​

      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Player

      Test Ranking

      (TEST) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      15th- Azhar Ali
      24th- Asad Shafiq
      25th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      50th- Mohammed Hafeez
      68th- Fakhar Zaman
      69th- Haris Sohail
      76th- Babar Azam
      84th- Sami Aslam
      90th- Imam Ul Haq​

      (TEST) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      3rd- Mohammad Abbas
      21st- Yasir Shah
      32nd- Wahab Riaz
      34th- Mohammad Amir
      40th- Rahat Ali
      52nd- Bilal Asif
      57th- Mohammad Hafeez
      67th- Hassan Ali
      89th- Shadab Khan
      96th- Fahim Ashraf
      97th- Haris Sohail​

      (TEST) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently

      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      ODI Ranking

      (ODI) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      6th- Babar Azam
      19th- Fakhar Zaman
      27th- Imam Ul Haq
      32nd- Mohammad Hafeez
      42nd- Shoaib Malik
      50th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      59th- Azhar Ali
      91st- Ahmed Shehzad
      98th- Haris Sohail

      (ODI) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      8th- Hasan Ali
      31st- Junaid Khan
      31st- Mohammad Amir
      38th- Shadab Khan
      40th- Mohammed Hafeez
      42nd- Imad Wasim
      51st- Yasir Shah
      81st- Faheem Ashraf
      90th- Shoaib Malik
      94th- Mohammed Nawaz
      97th- Usman Khan

      (ODI) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Mohammad Hafeez

      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      T20I Ranking

      (T20) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      1st- Babar Azam
      5th- Fakhar Zaman
      29th- Shoaib Malik
      41st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      57th- Ahmed Shehzad
      69th- Mohammed Hafeez
      71st- Hussain Talat
      84th- Asif Ali

      (T20) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Shadab Khan
      10th- Imad Wasim
      16th- Faheem Ashraf
      21st- Hasan Ali
      23rd- Mohammad Amir
      44th- Mohammad Nawaz
      72nd- Usman Khan
      79th- Mohammad Hafeez
      99th-Shoaib Malik

      (T20) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently
      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------​
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Babar Azam holds on to no 1 spot

      With scores of 7, 40 and 79 against New Zealand, Pakistan opener Babar Azam has clung on to the top spot among batsmen in Twenty20 Internationals.

      Azam's teammate Mohammad Hafeez – who also made gains on the all-rounders' table – rose 16 spots to No.53 after his knocks of 45, 34 and 53, and Shoaib Malik made a gain of one spot to No.28 on the latest MRF Tyres ICC Men's T20I Player Rankings.

      Despite the 2-1 series loss, some of the New Zealand batsmen too made gains. Colin Munro rose one spot to No.3, Kane Williamson shot up three places to the 12th position while Ross Taylor jumped up five places to No.59.

      The Professor seals the deal!

      Cool as a cucumber, Mohammad Hafeez strikes 34 off 21 to secure the series with six wickets and two balls to spare!

      Another nail-biting game, and yet another win for Pakistan.#PAKvNZ SCORE ⬇https://t.co/FcV1C6AyH5pic.twitter.com/3vZe0m8ZeQ

      — ICC (@ICC) November 2, 2018
      Following India's 3-0 win over the Windies in the recent T20I series, a host of their batsmen moved up the charts as well – Rohit Sharma climbed three positions to No. 7, mainly because of his incredible unbeaten 111 in the second game. Shikhar Dhawan rose five spots to the 16th place and Rishabh Pant made a gain of 41 points to climb to No. 100.

      KL Rahul remained India's highest-ranked batsman at No.4 although he didn't score too heavily, and slipped down one position.

      For the Windies, there weren't too many major positives in the latest update – Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer did make big gains, but well outside the top 100.

      ‘We wanted to be ruthless’ – Rohit Sharma after India's 3-0 sweep of the Windies in the T20Is. #INDvWI
      ➡️ https://t.co/1avWBeCnpbpic.twitter.com/qfnlhKGpA0

      — ICC (@ICC) November 12, 2018
      In the bowling department, Pakistan's Faheeem Ashraf broke into the top 10 at No.7 with career-best points of 652, and Imad Wasim trailed close on his heels at No.8 – a rise of two places.

      Mohammad Hafeez and Shaheen Afridi made massive gains of 20 spots and 41 spots respectively. Hafeez rose to No.59, while Afridi rose to No.78.

      For New Zealand, Tim Southee and Adam Milne both rose five spots to No.36 and No.40 respectively, while Trent Boult dropped nine spots to No.27. Ish Sodhi had a lukewarm series and slipped two places to No.5, but remained New Zealand's highest-ranked bowler.

      India win by 71 runs as @windiescricket end their innings on 124/9!@Jaspritbumrah93, @BhuviOfficial, @imkuldeep18 and @imK_Ahmed13 all took two wickets each.

      India win the series with a game to spare.#INDvWI RE-LIVE THE ACTION https://t.co/lEbaAuflZvpic.twitter.com/6wGTT9gfHl

      — ICC (@ICC) November 6, 2018
      India's Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah and Kuldeep Yadav all made gains. Kumar climbed nine places to No.19, Bumrah rose five spots to No.21 and, having taken five wickets in the two games, Yadav rose 14 places to No.23. Yuzvendra Chahal retained his place at No.4.

      For the Windies, Carlos Brathwaite got to the 29th position – a jump of four places – and Keemo Paul reached 72nd after making a 21-spot rise.

      [​IMG]
      Faheem Ashraf made a leap of six places to the 36th spot on the all-rounders' chart
      Even on the all-rounders' table, things didn't go too well for the Windies, Marlon Samuels and Brathwaite slipping four places to No.9 and two places to No.21 respectively.

      Pakistan's Hafeez climbed five positions to No.11, and Ashraf made a leap of six places to the 36th spot. Wasim climbed three places to No.49, tied with New Zealand's Colin de Grandhomme, who also rose four places.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/908782
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
      37,444
      Babar Azam holds on to no 1 spot

      With scores of 7, 40 and 79 against New Zealand, Pakistan opener Babar Azam has clung on to the top spot among batsmen in Twenty20 Internationals.

      Azam's teammate Mohammad Hafeez – who also made gains on the all-rounders' table – rose 16 spots to No.53 after his knocks of 45, 34 and 53, and Shoaib Malik made a gain of one spot to No.28 on the latest MRF Tyres ICC Men's T20I Player Rankings.

      Despite series loss, some of the New Zealand batsmen too made gains. Colin Munro rose one spot to No.3, Kane Williamson shot up three places to the 12th position while Ross Taylor jumped up five places to No.59.

      The Professor seals the deal!

      Cool as a cucumber, Mohammad Hafeez strikes 34 off 21 to secure the series with six wickets and two balls to spare!

      Another nail-biting game, and yet another win for Pakistan.#PAKvNZ SCORE ⬇https://t.co/FcV1C6AyH5pic.twitter.com/3vZe0m8ZeQ

      — ICC (@ICC) November 2, 2018
      Following India's 3-0 win over the Windies in the recent T20I series, a host of their batsmen moved up the charts as well – Rohit Sharma climbed three positions to No. 7, mainly because of his incredible unbeaten 111 in the second game. Shikhar Dhawan rose five spots to the 16th place and Rishabh Pant made a gain of 41 points to climb to No. 100.

      KL Rahul remained India's highest-ranked batsman at No.4 although he didn't score too heavily, and slipped down one position.

      For the Windies, there weren't too many major positives in the latest update – Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer did make big gains, but well outside the top 100.

      ‘We wanted to be ruthless’ – Rohit Sharma after India's 3-0 sweep of the Windies in the T20Is. #INDvWI
      ➡️ https://t.co/1avWBeCnpbpic.twitter.com/qfnlhKGpA0

      — ICC (@ICC) November 12, 2018
      In the bowling department, Pakistan's Faheeem Ashraf broke into the top 10 at No.7 with career-best points of 652, and Imad Wasim trailed close on his heels at No.8 – a rise of two places.

      Mohammad Hafeez and Shaheen Afridi made massive gains of 20 spots and 41 spots respectively. Hafeez rose to No.59, while Afridi rose to No.78.

      For New Zealand, Tim Southee and Adam Milne both rose five spots to No.36 and No.40 respectively, while Trent Boult dropped nine spots to No.27. Ish Sodhi had a lukewarm series and slipped two places to No.5, but remained New Zealand's highest-ranked bowler.

      India win by 71 runs as @windiescricket end their innings on 124/9!@Jaspritbumrah93, @BhuviOfficial, @imkuldeep18 and @imK_Ahmed13 all took two wickets each.

      India win the series with a game to spare.#INDvWI RE-LIVE THE ACTION https://t.co/lEbaAuflZvpic.twitter.com/6wGTT9gfHl

      — ICC (@ICC) November 6, 2018
      India's Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah and Kuldeep Yadav all made gains. Kumar climbed nine places to No.19, Bumrah rose five spots to No.21 and, having taken five wickets in the two games, Yadav rose 14 places to No.23. Yuzvendra Chahal retained his place at No.4.

      For the Windies, Carlos Brathwaite got to the 29th position – a jump of four places – and Keemo Paul reached 72nd after making a 21-spot rise.

      [​IMG]
      Faheem Ashraf made a leap of six places to the 36th spot on the all-rounders' chart
      Even on the all-rounders' table, things didn't go too well for the Windies, Marlon Samuels and Brathwaite slipping four places to No.9 and two places to No.21 respectively.

      Pakistan's Hafeez climbed five positions to No.11, and Ashraf made a leap of six places to the 36th spot. Wasim climbed three places to No.49, tied with New Zealand's Colin de Grandhomme, who also rose four places.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/908782
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
      37,444
      England and Zimbabwe players make impressive gains

      ISLAMABAD: England and Zimbabwe cricketers have surged in the latest ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings, which were released on Saturday and incorporates player performances from the Galle and Sylhet Tests. The England duo of Keaton Jennings and Ben Foakes are the biggest gainers in the batting chart. Jennings, who scored 46 and 146 not out in his side’s 211-run victory over Sri Lanka, has vaulted 41 places to claim 46th position, while Foakes has entered the rankings in 69th spot following his 107 and 37, that also earned him the Player of the Match award.

      Sam Curran and Ben Stokes have also made upward movements among batters. Curran has moved up nine places to a career-high 35th position following his 48 in the first innings, while Stokes has moved up three places to 28th after scoring seven and 62. In the bowling table, Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid have headed in the right direction. Ali’s eight for 137 in the match has moved him up four places to 27th, while Rashid’s three wickets have lifted him three places to 41st. The biggest mover in the latest bowling table from the Galle Test was Dilruwan Perera, who has returned to the top-20 in 19th position after jumping five places following his figures of five for 75 and two for 94. Sri Lanka’s left-arm spinner Rangana Herath has retired in eighth position after slipping one place. He took one for 78 and two for 59. Herath finished his career with 433 wickets in 93 Tests.

      A number of Zimbabwe cricketers, led by captain Hamilton Masakadza, have been rewarded for their outstanding performances in the Sylhet Test in which they beat Bangladesh by 151 runs. Masakadza, who has now become the longest-serving Test cricketer with the retirement of Herath, scored 52 and 48 and, as such, he earned a gain of 12 places to claim 34th position in the batting table. Sean Williams, who was declared Player of the Match for his 88 and 20, has risen 17 places to 77th position. Peter Moor is the other notable mover, gaining six places to sit in 86th position following his contribution of 63 not out in the first innings.

      In the bowlers’ list, fast bowler Kyle Jarvis has achieved a career-high ranking of 60th after his three wickets lifted him 13 places, while Sikandar Raza has gained five places and is now on a career-best 70th spot following his six wickets. Brandon Mavuta’s four wickets in the second innings have helped him enter the rankings in 81st position.

      The only consolation for Bangladesh was the gains made by Taijul Islam, who has leaped five places to 31st position. Taijul had figures of six for 108 and five for 62. Virat Kohli of India leads the batting chart, while England’s James Anderson is the number-one ranked Test bowler.

      https://dailytimes.com.pk/320817/england-and-zimbabwe-players-make-impressive-gains/
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
      37,444
      Last Updated 12th November 2018

      Team

      Test Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are in 7th position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 95, 2 points behind Sri Lanka and 19 points ahead of West Indies

      Reliance Test Championship

      India 116
      South Africa 106
      England 105
      New Zealand 102
      Australia 102
      Sri Lanka 97
      Pakistan 95
      West Indies 76
      Bangladesh 67
      Zimbabwe 2​

      ODI Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 5th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 102, 9 points behind South Africa and 2 points ahead of Australia

      Reliance ODI Championship

      England 126
      India 121
      New Zealand 112
      South Africa 111
      Pakistan 102
      Australia 100
      Bangladesh 93
      Sri Lanka 79
      West Indies 72
      Afghanistan 67
      Zimbabwe 52
      Ireland 39
      Scotland 33
      UAE 21

      T20I Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 1st position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 138, 11 points ahead of India

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      Pakistan 138
      India 127
      Australia 118
      England 118
      New Zealand 112
      South Africa 111
      West Indies 102
      Afghanistan 92
      Sri Lanka 87
      Bangladesh 77
      Scotland 62
      Zimbabwe 55
      UAE 50
      Netherlands 50
      Hong Kong 42
      Oman 39
      Ireland 34​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

      (TEST) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      15th- Azhar Ali
      24th- Asad Shafiq
      25th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      50th- Mohammed Hafeez
      68th- Fakhar Zaman
      70th- Haris Sohail
      79th- Babar Azam
      86th- Sami Aslam
      94th- Imam Ul Haq​

      (TEST) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      3rd- Mohammad Abbas
      22nd- Yasir Shah
      33rd- Wahab Riaz
      35th- Mohammad Amir
      40th- Rahat Ali
      50th- Bilal Asif
      57th- Mohammad Hafeez
      69th- Hassan Ali
      91st- Shadab Khan
      100th- Faheem Ashraf

      (TEST) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently

      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      ODI Ranking

      (ODI) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Babar Azam
      17th- Fakhar Zaman
      28th- Imam Ul Haq
      35th- Mohammad Hafeez
      43rd- Shoaib Malik
      53rd- Sarfraz Ahmed
      60th- Azhar Ali
      91st- Ahmed Shehzad
      96th- Haris Sohail

      (ODI) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      10th- Hasan Ali
      27th- Junaid Khan
      27th- Mohammad Amir
      40th- Shadab Khan
      41st- Mohammed Hafeez
      42nd- Imad Wasim
      56th- Yasir Shah
      80th- Faheem Ashraf
      92nd- Shoaib Malik
      96th- Mohammed Nawaz
      98th- Usman Khan

      (ODI) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Mohammad Hafeez

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      T20I Ranking

      (T20) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      1st- Babar Azam
      5th- Fakhar Zaman
      28th- Shoaib Malik
      41st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      53rd- Mohammed Hafeez
      64th- Ahmed Shehzad
      77th- Hussain Talat
      80th- Asif Ali

      (T20) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Shadab Khan
      7th- Faheem Ashraf
      8th- Imad Wasim
      28th- Hasan Ali
      32nd- Mohammad Amir
      51st- Mohammad Nawaz
      59th- Mohammad Hafeez
      76th- Usman Khan
      78th- Shaheen Afridi

      (T20) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently
      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------​
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Ross Taylor gets to career best Number 3 in ODI Rankings

      The 80 and 86* he scored in two one-day internationals against Pakistan have lifted Ross Taylor to a career-best No.3 in the list for ODI batsmen.

      Taylor had a fine time in Abu Dhabi, scoring 80 in the first ODI win, and then 86* in the defeat in the second game as the series ended 1-1 following the abandonment in Dubai in the third game.

      That took Taylor past Joe Root and Babar Azam to No.3 in the MRF Tyres ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings for batsmen, only behind the Indian duo of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.

      Dissapointing finish with the weather, but great to see the two sides mixing it up with the shared trophy photo #SpiritOfCricketpic.twitter.com/5dGLbUeasq

      — BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) November 11, 2018

      More changes within the top 10 of batsmen following the completion of the series between Australia and South Africa and Pakistan and New Zealand included Faf du Plessis moving up three spots to No.7 and both Kane Williamson and Quinton de Kock dropping two spots, but still staying in the top 10 – Williamson at No.9 and de Kock at No.10.

      Just below them, moving up six spots to No.11, is Fakhar Zaman, the Pakistan opener who hit 1, 88 and 65 in the three ODIs against New Zealand. It's a career-high position for him too.

      #CSAnews Proteas seal emphatic 2-1 series win against Australia https://t.co/XrGJWF9JX5#AusvSApic.twitter.com/qoeCX9O7E5

      — Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) November 12, 2018
      Other gainers included David Miller, whose 51 and 139 in the second and third ODIs catapulted him 11 spots to 31st position, Marcus Stoinis, who scored 63 in the last game to move up three positions to No.49, and Shaun Marsh, who hit a fighting 106 in the last ODI and moved up 18 places to 62nd spot.

      No such luck for Australia captain Aaron Finch, who had a poor series – 5, 41 and 11 – and dropped two places to No.17.

      On to the bowlers now, and Kagiso Rabada is now in the top five, at No.4, after picking up seven wickets in the series in Australia.

      Imran Tahir has dropped out of the top 10, but moving up are Shadab Khan (up 16 spots to No.24), Lockie Ferguson (up 31 spots to No.42) and Lungi Ngidi (up 19 spots to No.43).

      For his nine wickets in the #PAKvNZ ODI series, Shaheen Shah Afridi is the Man of the Series. pic.twitter.com/KpTAhy4zwQ

      — PCB Official (@TheRealPCB) November 11, 2018

      Coming into the reckoning after picking up five wickets in two ODIs in Australia was also Dwaine Pretorius, who jumped 20 places to No.55, joint with Afghanistan’s Dawlat Zadran, while Shaheen Shah Afridi, the 18-year-old who picked up nine wickets in the series against New Zealand, gained a remarkable 66 spots to get to No.118, just outside the top 100.

      Among all-rounders, Mohammad Hafeez, who made big gains in the Twenty20 International charts too, swapped positions with New Zealand’s Mitchell Santner, getting to No.4.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/908876
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Fakhar Zaman, Shadab Khan achieve career-high ODI rankings

      DUBAI: Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman and spinner Shadab Khan achieved career-high rankings in the latest ICC one-day international rankings.

      Fakhar jumped six places to number 11 in the rankings, after his theatrics with the bat in the recently concluded ODI series against New Zealand. The 28-year-old finished the series with scores of 88 and 65.

      On the other hand, Shadab, who bagged six wickets in the series, including four for 38 in the second match, vaulted 16 places to number 24 in the bowlers’ rankings.

      Teenage bowling sensation Shaheen Shah Afridi, who took nine wickets in the series and won the player of the series award, rocketed 66 places to sit just outside the top-100 on 118th position.

      Fast bowler Hassan Ali, who started 2018 at the top of the bowlers rankings, continued to slide. After falling three places following his four wickets, Hasan remains Pakistan’s top-ranked bowler despite his number 13 ranking.

      https://www.geo.tv/latest/218330-fakhar-zaman-shadab-khan-achieve-career-high-odi-rankings
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
      37,444
      Last Updated 14th November 2018

      Team

      Test Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are in 7th position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 95, 2 points behind Sri Lanka and 19 points ahead of West Indies

      Reliance Test Championship

      India 116
      South Africa 106
      England 105
      New Zealand 102
      Australia 102
      Sri Lanka 97
      Pakistan 95
      West Indies 76
      Bangladesh 67
      Zimbabwe 2​

      ODI Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 5th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 102, 9 points behind South Africa and 2 points ahead of Australia

      Reliance ODI Championship

      England 126
      India 121
      New Zealand 112
      South Africa 111
      Pakistan 102
      Australia 100
      Bangladesh 93
      Sri Lanka 79
      West Indies 72
      Afghanistan 67
      Zimbabwe 52
      Ireland 39
      Scotland 33
      UAE 21

      T20I Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 1st position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 138, 11 points ahead of India

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      Pakistan 138
      India 127
      Australia 118
      England 118
      New Zealand 112
      South Africa 111
      West Indies 102
      Afghanistan 92
      Sri Lanka 87
      Bangladesh 77
      Scotland 62
      Zimbabwe 55
      UAE 50
      Netherlands 50
      Hong Kong 42
      Oman 39
      Ireland 34​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

      (TEST) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      15th- Azhar Ali
      24th- Asad Shafiq
      25th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      50th- Mohammed Hafeez
      68th- Fakhar Zaman
      70th- Haris Sohail
      79th- Babar Azam
      86th- Sami Aslam
      94th- Imam Ul Haq​

      (TEST) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      3rd- Mohammad Abbas
      22nd- Yasir Shah
      33rd- Wahab Riaz
      35th- Mohammad Amir
      40th- Rahat Ali
      50th- Bilal Asif
      57th- Mohammad Hafeez
      69th- Hassan Ali
      91st- Shadab Khan
      100th- Faheem Ashraf

      (TEST) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently

      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      ODI Ranking

      (ODI) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Babar Azam
      11th- Fakhar Zaman
      27th- Imam Ul Haq
      40th- Mohammad Hafeez
      45th- Shoaib Malik
      51st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      65th- Azhar Ali
      86th- Haris Sohail
      92nd- Ahmed Shehzad​


      (ODI) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      13th- Hasan Ali
      24th- Shadab Khan
      32nd- Mohammad Amir
      36th- Junaid Khan
      40th- Mohammed Hafeez
      44th- Imad Wasim
      61st- Yasir Shah
      82nd- Faheem Ashraf
      97th- Shoaib Malik
      100th- Mohammed Nawaz

      (ODI) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      4th- Mohammad Hafeez

      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      T20I Ranking

      (T20) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      1st- Babar Azam
      5th- Fakhar Zaman
      28th- Shoaib Malik
      41st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      53rd- Mohammed Hafeez
      64th- Ahmed Shehzad
      77th- Hussain Talat
      80th- Asif Ali

      (T20) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Shadab Khan
      7th- Faheem Ashraf
      8th- Imad Wasim
      28th- Hasan Ali
      32nd- Mohammad Amir
      51st- Mohammad Nawaz
      59th- Mohammad Hafeez
      76th- Usman Khan
      78th- Shaheen Afridi

      (T20) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently
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      Pakistan have a golden chance of claiming the fourth spot in Test rankings as per ICC’s rankings predictor. The Black Caps are ranked fourth with 102 ratings and Sarfraz and his men can even go on to topple them if they manage to emerge victorious in the series.

      If Pakistan win 1-0 or 2-1, then they will end the series with 99 points and the Kiwis will get down to 98. The home team and New Zealand will finish with 101 and 96 points if Pakistan thump their rivals 2-0. Pakistan also have the opportunity to garner 103 ratings provided they manage to inflict their rivals with a 3-0 clean sweep. In that scenario, the visitors will come down to 94 points.

      https://www.crictracker.com/pakistan-with-a-chance-of-toppling-new-zealand-in-test-cricket/
       
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      Significant movements in MRF Tyres ICC Test Player Rankings

      Following their series win in Sri Lanka, England will be ranked second at the end of the third Test irrespective of the result in the Colombo fixture.
      • Big jumps for Mushfiqur, Nicholls, Taylor, Jarvis, Dananjaya, Leach and Hasan Ali
      • Career-high rankings for Babar, Taijul and Mehedi; Foakes in 53rd batting spot after two Tests

      England will be ranked second on the MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings when these are updated following the conclusion of their series against Sri Lanka in Colombo next week.

      England’s 57-run victory in the second Test in Pallekele have given them an unassailable 2-0 lead and with it have also assured them of moving one place up to second irrespective of how the third Test pans out.

      If England win the Colombo Test, they will finish on 108 points, two more than South Africa, while Sri Lanka’s win will mean England will join South Africa on 106 points but will be ranked above the African side by a fraction of a point. A drawn Test will mean England will finish on 107 points – nine points behind number-one ranked India and one point ahead of South Africa – while Sri Lanka will end on 94 points in this scenario after starting the series on 97 points.

      Meanwhile, there has been plenty of movement in the latest MRF Tyres ICC Test Player Rankings, which incorporates player performances in the Abu Dhabi, Mirpur and Pallekele Tests.

      In the batting charts, Bangladesh’s Mushfiqur Rahim has achieved a highest-ever position of 18th to date following his double-century against Zimbabwe. The wicketkeeper-batsman’s 219 not out in the first innings has given him a rise of five places, which has helped him to improve his previous highest ranking of 21st, which he had achieved in July 2017.

      From the same match, Zimbabwe’s Brendon Taylor’s two centuries (110 and 106) have lifted him 18 places to 27th position and Mahmudullah has moved from 74th to 57th following scores of 36 and 106 not out.

      New Zealand’s Henry Nicholls has vaulted 13 places to a career-high 20th position following his crucial 28 and 55 in a low-scoring thriller against Pakistan that eventually ended in a four-run victory for the visitors in Abu Dhabi. Babar Azam of Pakistan has improved his ranking by 16 places, finishing in 63rd spot following contributions of 62 and 13.

      The biggest movers from the Pallekele Test have been Angelo Mathews and Roshen Silva of Sri Lanka and England’s Ben Foakes.

      Mathews has returned to the top-20 in 16th position after jumping five places, Silva is now 53rd (up by 25 places) and Foakes is 54th (up by 15 places) only after two Tests.

      The batting table is headed by Virat Kohli of India, followed by Australia’s Steve Smith, Kane Williamson of New Zealand and England’s Joe Root, who has collected 19 points following scores of 14 and 124 that also earned him the player of the match award.

      Yasir Shah of Pakistan and Bangladesh’s spin duo of Taijul Islam and Mehidy Hasan are the biggest movers inside the top-30 in the bowlers’ category.

      Yasir has returned inside the top-20 in 19th position after climbing two places following his match figures of eight for 163, while Taijul and Mehedi have achieved career-high positions. Taijul has moved three places to 27th following figures of five for 107 and two for 93, while Mehedi has leaped seven places to 28th following his eight wickets in the match.

      Outside the top-30, Zimbabwe’s Kyle Jarvis has risen 19 places to 40th, Sri Lanka’s Akila Dananjaya is 41st (up by 14 places), Jack Leach of England is 43rd (up by 14 places) and Hasan Ali of Pakistan is 44th (up by 24 places).

      New Zealand’s Ajaz Patel, who scripted a famous win for his side on his debut with match figures of seven for 123, has entered the rankings in 68th spot.

      The bowlers’ list is headed by James Anderson of England, who has become the oldest bowler to be number-one since Muttiah Muralidaran in July 2009. Anderson is also the oldest seamer to be number-one since Richard Hadlee in 1990 and oldest England bowler to be number-one since Jim Laker in 1959.

      Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh continues to lead the all-rounders’ list. The change of note is the rise of Mehedi Hasan, who has moved up eight places to a career-high 15th position.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/media-releases/915799
       
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      Yasir Shah returns to top 10 after Dubai 14

      Haris Sohail and Babar Azam, centurions in Pakistan’s win over New Zealand, rise sharply in latest MRF Tyres ICC Test Player Rankings for batsmen.

      Three Tests got over in the past few days. The most incredible result, by far, was England completing a 3-0 series sweep in Sri Lanka, while Bangladesh started their home series against the Windies with a 64-run win and Pakistan bounced back to level their three-Test series against New Zealand courtesy an innings victory.

      In the last of those, Yasir Shah was at his absolute best, with returns of 8/41 and 6/143.

      There has never been a better match haul by a Pakistan bowler in Tests than Shah’s 14/184 bar Imran Khan’s 14/116 against Sri Lanka in Lahore in 1982, and it helped him re-enter the top 10 – at No.10 – after a jump of nine spots.

      Above him, James Anderson, who sat out the final Test after picking up just one wicket in the first two games, slipped from the perch to No.2, and Kagiso Rabada reclaimed the top spot, while Trent Boult went down two spots to No.8, allowing Pat Cummins and Ravichandran Ashwin to move up to six and seven respectively.

      Of the other big performers in the three Tests, Bangladesh’s Taijul Islam added to his 18 wickets in the two Tests against Zimbabwe with a seven-wicket haul, and rose six spots to No.21.

      Ben Stokes also gained three places to get to 28th, and some distance below them, Lakshan Sandakan made the most of the opportunity in Akila Dananjaya’s absence, picking up seven wickets and moving up 11 places to get to the 45th spot.

      There were no changes in the top nine among the batsmen, but Dinesh Chandimal fell out of the top 10 to No.11, and Usman Khawaja moved back to No.10 following the Sri Lankan’s no-show in the last two Tests against England because of an injury.

      Gaining from Pakistan’s bounceback in Dubai were their three best-performing batsmen. Azhar Ali scored 81 in Pakistan’s only innings, and gained three places to get to No.12, while Haris Sohail, who hit 147, moved up to No.38 (up 33 spots) and Babar Azam, who scored 127*, got to No.39 (up 24 places).

      Ross Taylor and Mushfiqur Rahim slipped a bit within the top 25, but Jonny Bairstow, Henry Nicholls, Jos Buttler and Kusal Mendis all moved up, while Mominul Haque’s 120 – centuries in consecutive Tests – took him up 11 places to just inside the top 25 at No.24.

      There was a new No.5 among all-rounders too. Stokes, who put in good performances with ball and bat in Sri Lanka, swapped positions with Ashwin to slot in just behind Shakib Al Hasan, Ravindra Jadeja, Jason Holder and Vernon Philander.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/923421
       
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      Kane Williamson becomes first New Zealand batsman to breach 900 ratings points

      New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson moved up one spot to the No.2 in the MRF Tyres ICC Test Rankings for batsmen and is now only behind India's Virat Kohli.

      The other big mover was Cheteshwar Pujara, who broke into the top five of the on the batsmen's rankings after his match-turning scores of 123 and 71 in Adelaide. In doing so, he moved past Joe Root and David Warner and currently sits pretty at No.4.

      Williamson scored 89 and 139 in Abu Dhabi to put New Zealand on course for a historic Test series win against Pakistan. It propelled him to a career-high total of 913 ratings points, just seven behind India skipper Virat Kohli. Williamson is now the first from his country to get past 900 ratings points.

      For his 194 gritty runs that turned the match, Cheteshwar Pujara is Player of the Match! #AUSvINDpic.twitter.com/wjI6Y6TxLR

      — ICC (@ICC) December 10, 2018
      Henry Nicholls, who also scored a century in the same innings, jumped eight places to break into the top 10 at No.9, while BJ Watling moved up four places to No.22.

      Apart from Pujara, other Indians made waves in the latest rankings. Ajinkya Rahane rose two spots to the 17th position after his knock of 70 in India's second innings and knocks of 25 and 28 helped Rishabh Pant jump seven places to No.59.

      Australia's lower order fights hard, but India hold on to seal their first Test victory in Australia since 2008.

      REPORT ⬇️https://t.co/sO7T8zDzAnpic.twitter.com/d8PG58ReLq

      — ICC (@ICC) December 10, 2018
      However, India's openers, KL Rahul and M Vijay, and middle-order batsman Rohit Sharma, all lost footing. Rahul slipped two positions to No. 26, Vijay three to No.45 and Rohit dropped four places to No.53.

      For Pakistan, valiant centurions Azhar Ali and Asad Shafiq made gains. Ali rose two places to No.10 and Shafiq climbed one spot to No.21. Babar Azam, who made a fighting 51 in Pakistan's second innings, also rose three places to No.35.

      History makers - read how New Zealand secured an away Test series win against Pakistan for just the second time in their history!#PAKvNZ REPORT https://t.co/BPStXt4dH0pic.twitter.com/GCkBko9wAU

      — ICC (@ICC) December 7, 2018

      However, all of Sarfraz Ahmed, Mohammad Hafeez and Imam-ul-Haq suffered failures and it reflected in the rankings update. Hafeez – the Abu Dhabi Test was his last – slipped seven spots to No.65, while skipper Ahmed and opener Imam lost one place each to reach No.32 and No.97 respectively.

      Australia, meanwhile, had mixed results. Usman Khawaja slipped three spots to 13th, and Aaron Finch dropped to No.89. Shaun Marsh rose six places to 38th, Tim Paine four spots to No.55 and Travis Head a massive 17 places to No.80.

      Nathan Lyon was rewarded for his unbeaten knocks of 24 and 38 with a 17-place leap to no.130.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/940568
       
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      Last Updated 12th December 2018

      Team

      Test Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are in 7th position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 92, 1 point behind Sri Lanka and 22 points ahead of West Indies

      Reliance Test Championship

      India 116
      England 108
      South Africa 106
      New Zealand 105
      Australia 102
      Sri Lanka 93
      Pakistan 92
      West Indies 70
      Bangladesh 69
      Zimbabwe 13​

      ODI Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 5th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 102, 9 points behind South Africa and 2 points ahead of Australia

      Reliance ODI Championship

      England 126
      India 121
      New Zealand 112
      South Africa 111
      Pakistan 102
      Australia 100
      Bangladesh 92
      Sri Lanka 79
      West Indies 73
      Afghanistan 67
      Zimbabwe 52
      Ireland 39
      Scotland 33
      UAE 21

      T20I Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 1st position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 138, 12 points ahead of India

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      Pakistan 138
      India 126
      England 118
      Australia 117
      South Africa 114
      New Zealand 112
      West Indies 102
      Afghanistan 92
      Sri Lanka 87
      Bangladesh 77
      Scotland 62
      Zimbabwe 55
      UAE 50
      Netherlands 50
      Hong Kong 42
      Oman 39
      Ireland 34​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

      (TEST) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      10th- Azhar Ali
      21st- Asad Shafiq
      32nd- Sarfraz Ahmed
      35th- Babar Azam
      39th- Haris Sohail
      65th- Mohammed Hafeez
      74th- Fakhar Zaman
      86th- Sami Aslam
      97th- Imam Ul Haq​

      (TEST) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      4th- Mohammad Abbas
      9th- Yasir Shah
      35th- Wahab Riaz
      36th- Mohammad Amir
      39th- Hassan Ali
      44th- Rahat Ali
      58th- Bilal Asif
      68th- Mohammad Hafeez
      95th- Haris Sohail
      99th- Shadab Khan​

      (TEST) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently

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      ODI Ranking

      (ODI) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Babar Azam
      11th- Fakhar Zaman
      27th- Imam Ul Haq
      40th- Mohammad Hafeez
      45th- Shoaib Malik
      51st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      65th- Azhar Ali
      86th- Haris Sohail
      92nd- Ahmed Shehzad​


      (ODI) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      13th- Hasan Ali
      24th- Shadab Khan
      32nd- Mohammad Amir
      36th- Junaid Khan
      40th- Mohammed Hafeez
      44th- Imad Wasim
      61st- Yasir Shah
      82nd- Faheem Ashraf
      97th- Shoaib Malik
      100th- Mohammed Nawaz

      (ODI) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      4th- Mohammad Hafeez

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      T20I Ranking

      (T20) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      1st- Babar Azam
      4th- Fakhar Zaman
      28th- Shoaib Malik
      41st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      51st- Mohammed Hafeez
      63rd- Ahmed Shehzad
      76th- Hussain Talat
      80th- Asif Ali

      (T20) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Shadab Khan
      7th- Faheem Ashraf
      8th- Imad Wasim
      29th- Hasan Ali
      33rd- Mohammad Amir
      49th- Mohammad Nawaz
      59th- Mohammad Hafeez
      76th- Usman Khan
      78th- Shaheen Afridi

      (T20) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently
      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------​
       
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      South African batsmen's efforts reflected in rankings boost

      South African batsmen Aiden Markram, Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock were among those making strides up the rankings charts following their star acts in their team's 3-0 series win against Pakistan.

      "The wickets we play on are very tough on the batters," Ottis Gibson, the coach, had said after the final Test in Johannesburg, which the home side won by 107 runs on Monday, 15 January. He went on to praise the application shown by the South African batsmen against a quality pace attack – and their hard work was reflected in their gains in the rankings as well.

      Amla, who rediscovered form, returned to the top 10 on the MRF Tyres ICC Test Rankings for batsmen in the latest update, rising by three after his two fifties in the series. Markram improved on his gains from earlier in the tour to finish the series at No.8, helped by his 90 in the first innings of the third Test.

      ICYMI. South Africa have moved up to second in the @MRFWorldwide ICC Test Team Rankings following a 3-0 series sweep of Pakistan!

      ➡️ https://t.co/fxzHpMKFXgpic.twitter.com/H2jccAQUqM

      — ICC (@ICC) January 14, 2019
      De Kock rose by a considerable 12 positions to No.14 following the century that earned him the Player of the Match award. And with Dean Elgar at No.11, it made it four South African batsmen in the top 15.

      Against a four-pronged South African pace attack, an inexperienced Pakistani batting line-up too could find some solace. Babar Azam, one of the highlights of the series for the visitors, rose five places to No.20 with career-high points, while young Imam-ul-Haq climbed 23 to No.73, also a career best. The experienced Azhar Ali, however, lost six places to slip to No.25.


      After a series dominated by bowlers, Duanne Olivier, who topped the wickets charts with 24 for the series, including figures of 5/51 and 3/75 in the final Test, had another reason to celebrate, apart from his Player of the Series award.

      He climbed eight spots to No.24 on the MRF Tyres ICC Test Rankings for bowlers, joining his teammates Kagiso Rabada (No.1), Vernon Philander (No.3) and Keshav Maharaj (No.23) in the top 25. Dale Steyn, however, slipped three spots to No.27, despite his two vital top-order wickets in Pakistan's final innings.

      "We are very fortunate to have that arsenal of four fast bowlers."

      South Africa stand-in captain @deanelgar reflects on the victory in Johannesburg that gave them a 3-0 Test series sweep.

      ➡️ https://t.co/U2PhiB5bUcpic.twitter.com/fLHUBDByyg

      — ICC (@ICC) January 14, 2019
      The opposition bowlers too had reason to be proud of their performances. In fact, the lower order starred with the bat as well, swinging their bat where the top order struggled.

      Shadab Khan, who made 47 in Pakistan's second innings, to go with his four wickets in the match, broke into the top 100 for batsmen (No.97), jumped by 23 places among bowlers (No.78), and capped it off by climbing 20 spots to No.53 on the MRF Tyres ICC Test Rankings for all-rounders.

      Faheem Ashraf, who played only the last Test, pushed forward his case with six wickets, which took him to No.58 among bowlers, up a massive 48, and No.57 among all-rounders with another 25-place leap.

      https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/975344
       
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      Last Updated 15th January 2019

      Team

      Test Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are in 7th position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 88, 3 points behind Sri Lanka and 18 points ahead of West Indies

      Reliance Test Championship

      India 116
      South Africa 110
      England 108
      New Zealand 107
      Australia 101
      Sri Lanka 91
      Pakistan 88
      West Indies 70
      Bangladesh 69
      Zimbabwe 13​

      ODI Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 5th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 102, 9 points behind South Africa and 1 point ahead of Australia

      Reliance ODI Championship

      England 126
      India 119
      New Zealand 113
      South Africa 111
      Pakistan 102
      Australia 101
      Bangladesh 93
      Sri Lanka 78
      West Indies 72
      Afghanistan 67
      Zimbabwe 52
      Ireland 39
      Scotland 33
      UAE 21

      T20I Ranking

      Using these Ratings --> Reliance ICC Rankings - ICC Team Rankings, ICC Test Rankings, ICC ODI Rankings

      Pakistan are currently in 1st position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 138, 12 points ahead of India

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      Pakistan 138
      India 126
      England 118
      Australia 117
      South Africa 114
      New Zealand 113
      West Indies 101
      Afghanistan 92
      Sri Lanka 86
      Bangladesh 77
      Scotland 62
      Zimbabwe 55
      UAE 50
      Netherlands 50
      Hong Kong 42
      Oman 39
      Ireland 34​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

      (TEST) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      20th- Babar Azam
      23rd- Asad Shafiq
      25th- Azhar Ali
      37th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      42nd- Haris Sohail
      63rd- Shan Masood
      73rd- Imam Ul Haq
      93rd- Sami Aslam
      97th- Shadab Khan​

      (TEST) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      7th- Mohammad Abbas
      16th- Yasir Shah
      31st- Mohammad Amir
      37th- Wahab Riaz
      46th- Rahat Ali
      48th- Hassan Ali
      57th- Bilal Asif
      58th- Faheem Ashraf
      61st- Shaheen Afridi
      78th- Shadab Khan
      99th- Haris Sohail​

      (TEST) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      None currently

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      ODI Ranking

      (ODI) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      5th- Babar Azam
      12th- Fakhar Zaman
      27th- Imam Ul Haq
      39th- Mohammad Hafeez
      46th- Shoaib Malik
      51st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      87th- Haris Sohail
      92nd- Ahmed Shehzad​


      (ODI) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      12th- Hasan Ali
      24th- Shadab Khan
      35th- Mohammad Amir
      37th- Junaid Khan
      41st- Mohammed Hafeez
      47th- Imad Wasim
      61st- Yasir Shah
      82nd- Faheem Ashraf
      97th- Shoaib Malik
      100th- Mohammed Nawaz

      (ODI) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      4th- Mohammad Hafeez

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      T20I Ranking

      (T20) Batsmen in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      1st- Babar Azam
      5th- Fakhar Zaman
      27th- Shoaib Malik
      40th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      51st- Mohammed Hafeez
      64th- Ahmed Shehzad
      75th- Hussain Talat
      80th- Asif Ali

      (T20) Bowlers in top 100 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      2nd- Shadab Khan
      8th- Faheem Ashraf
      9th- Imad Wasim
      30th- Hasan Ali
      34th- Mohammad Amir
      49th- Mohammad Nawaz
      62nd- Mohammad Hafeez
      75th- Usman Khan
      76th- Shaheen Afridi

      (T20) All Rounders in top 10 - Reliance ICC Player Rankings

      10th- Mohammad Hafeez
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