Pakistani Team/Player Rankings - #Updated 10/10/17 (Pakistan 7th in tests, 6th in ODI, 2nd in T20s)

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Pakistani Team/Player Rankings - #Updated 10/10/17 (Pakistan 7th in tests, 6th in ODI, 2nd 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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Discussion in 'Cricket Talk' started by Major, Dec 3, 2010.

    1. chandtara
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      chandtara Mr Cricistan

      Jun 18, 2011
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      IF Pakistan can somehow manage to beat the West Indies 3-0 in the UAE, we will jump over them in to 8th spot...

      We can even overtake Bangladesh if results went our way. By the end of the Australia series we could be as high as 7th!

      We would need England and New Zealand to whitewash Bangladesh and then even a 3-2 loss against the Aussies would be enough for us to rise to 7th.
       
    2. Ahson8
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      Ahson8 Well-Known Member

      Jun 9, 2012
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      Corrected.
       
    3. chandtara
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      chandtara Mr Cricistan

      Jun 18, 2011
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      Doesn't that keep Bangladesh above us? I thought we go level on points if that was the scoreline?

      Cant believe its come down to this, discussing how bad a thrashing would help us jump a few spots lol
       
    4. Ahson8
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      Jun 9, 2012
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      Nah I checked predictor yday.
      If we win vs WI 3-0, Bangladesh lose 6-0 to Eng & NZ and we lose 4-1 to AUS we go up to No. 7.

      But Bangladesh are also due to play AFG and those fixtures aren't in the predctor yet so don't know what happens if Afghanistan beat Bangladesh 3-0
       
    5. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      India can overcome Pakistan as No.1 Test side at Eden Gardens

      Dubai: India will reclaim the ICC Test Rankings top spot from Pakistan if it wins the second Test against New Zealand starting on Friday in Kolkata. The victory in its 500th Test in Kanpur meant that India is now one victory away from reclaiming the ICC Test Championship mace from Pakistan. India had entered the three-match series against the Kiwis, trailing Pakistan by one point and needed to win the series to move ahead of its traditional rival.

      Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who was the star of the Kanpur win, also climbed one place to occupy second position in the ICC Test Rankings among bowlers.

      Ashwin’s match haul of 10-225, that helped India notch up a 197-run victory in the first Test against New Zealand in Kanpur yesterday has seen him overtake England’s James Anderson by one point. He is now within seven points of number-one ranked Dale Steyn of South Africa, who leads the ICC Player Rankings for Test Bowlers with 878 points.

      Another strong performance in the Kolkata Test, which starts on Friday, will potentially see Ashwin top the bowling charts for the second time this year after first claiming the number-one position last year following the Boxing Day Tests.New Zealand captain Kane Williamson also climbed up one place each to occupy second position among batsmen. Williamson has edged England’s Joe Root by one point with innings of 75 and 25 to reach 879 points. Australia captain Steve Smith leads the rankings with 906 points.

      However, to move ahead or edge even closer to Smith, Williamson will have to produce strong performances in the remaining two Tests. Ashwin also contributed with a useful innings of 40 to consolidate his position at the top of the list of all-rounders. Ashwin has reached a career-best rating of 450, opening up a 66-point gap with second-placed Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh. There was not much to cheer for other New Zealand batsmen apart from Williamson, but for India, opener Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara made significant gains.

      Vijay and Pujara, who became the first Indian pair in 10 years to notch century partnerships in both innings of a Test match, moved up from joint-20th position to joint-16th position. Other Indian batsmen to move up were Lokesh Rahul, who gained five ranks to reach 57th position, and Rohit Sharma, who gained two slots to reach 52nd rank.

      http://www.cricketcountry.com/news/...stan-as-no-1-test-side-at-eden-gardens-529050
       
    6. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Younus Khan maintains fifth position in latest ICC Test ranking

      Younus Khan on Tuesday has maintained fifth position in latest International Cricket Council (ICC) Test ranking.

      According to details, Pakistan Test team captain Misbah-ul-Haq has been promoted to tenth position from eleventh rank.

      On the other hand, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has climbed up one place to reach second position among the batsmen.

      Dale Steyn of South Africa leads the MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for Test Bowlers with 878 points.

      However, Pakistan is still placed on top position in Test ranking while India is now one victory away from reclaiming the ICC Test Championship mace from Pakistan.

      http://dunyanews.tv/en/Cricket/354668-Younus-Khan-maintains-fifth-position-in-latest-ICC
       
    7. chandtara
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      chandtara Mr Cricistan

      Jun 18, 2011
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      Imad Wasim vaults into the top five

      Pakistan’s left-arm spinner Imad Wasim has rocketed into the top five of the MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for T20I Bowlersafter a stellar series against the West Indies, which Pakistan clinched 3-0 in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.

      Imad was the leading wicket-taker in the series with nine wickets at an economy-rate of under 4.5 per over, which not only earned him the player of the series award but also provided him a jump of 33 places in the latest rankings, which were releasedon Wednesday morning.

      Imad is now in fourth position, which not only makes him Pakistan’s highest-ranked bowler but just five points behind the West Indies’ Samuel Badree, who has dropped two places to third.

      Badree’s slip means South Africa’s Imran Tahir has become the No.1 ranked bowler in T20Is. This is along with the fifth position he holds in One-Day Internationals and 38th rank he occupies in Test cricket.

      Pakistan’s Sohail Tanvir is the other bowler to make an upward movement. He is now in 36th position after rising 19 places following his five wickets in the series.

      In the batting charts, the only major change outside the top 20 of Johnson Charles and Shoaib Malik who have moved in opposite directions.

      Charles has slipped three places to 26th, while Shoaib has gained 10 spots and is now is 35th position following his contribution of 80 runs.

      Series top-scorer Babar Azam (101 runs) has leaped 201 places to 66th, while Khalid Latif, who scored 95 runs, has jumped 26 places to break inside the top 100 for the first time in 94th position.

      The batting table is headed by India’s Virat Kohli, who leads Australia’s Aaron Finch by 49 points.

      Meanwhile, Pakistan has stayed in seventh position with 111 points on the MRF Tyres ICC T20I Team Rankings, the West Indies has dropped one place to fourth. New Zealand is the number-one ranked T20I side, followed by India and South Africa.

      http://www.icc-cricket.com/news/2016/media-releases/96291/imad-wasim-vaults-into-the-top-five
       
    8. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Last Updated 28th September 2016

      Team

      Test Ranking

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

      Pakistan are in 1st position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 111, 1 point ahead of India

      Reliance Test Championship

      Pakistan 111
      India 110
      Australia 108
      England 108
      South Africa 96
      Sri Lanka 95
      New Zealand 95
      West Indies 67
      Bangladesh 57
      Zimbabwe 8​

      ODI Ranking

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

      Pakistan are currently in 9th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 86, 8 points behind West Indies and 38 points ahead of Afghanistan

      Reliance ODI Championship

      Australia 124
      New Zealand 113
      India 110
      South Africa 110
      England 107
      Sri Lanka 101
      Bangladesh 98
      West Indies 94
      Pakistan 86
      Afghanistan 48
      Zimbabwe 46
      Ireland 42

      T20I Ranking

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

      Pakistan are currently in 7th position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 111, 17 points ahead of Sri Lanka and 2 points behind England

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      New Zealand 132
      India 126
      South Africa 119
      West Indies 118
      Australia 114
      England 113
      Pakistan 111
      Sri Lanka 94
      Afghanistan 78
      Bangladesh 74
      Netherlands 67
      Zimbabwe 62
      Scotland 57
      UAE 54
      Ireland 42
      Oman 37
      Hong Kong 34

      The following teams have ratings but have not yet played sufficient matches to achieve a ranking.

      Papua New Guinea 44​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

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

      5th- Younis Khan
      10th- Misbah Ul Haq
      13th- Asad Shafiq
      18th- Azhar Ali
      21st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      30th- Mohammed Hafeez
      75th- Sami Aslam
      89th- Shan Masood

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

      6th- Yasir Shah
      28th- Wahab Riaz
      31st- Zulfiqar Babar
      33rd- Rahat Ali
      41st- Sohail Khan
      46th- Imran Khan
      64th- Mohammad Amir
      92nd- Younis Khan
      100th- Iftikhar Ahmed

      (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

      23rd- Mohammad Hafeez
      33rd- Azhar Ali
      39th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      43rd- Ahmed Shehzad
      67th- Shoaib Malik
      73rd- Babar Azam
      86th- Sohaib Maqsood
      93rd- Imad Wasim
      95th- Mohammad Rizwan
      99th- Younis Khan

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

      11th- Mohammed Irfan
      51st- Wahab Riaz
      54th- Yasir Shah
      76th- Umar Gul
      87th- Imad Wasim
      95th- Mohammad Amir

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

      None Currently

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      T20I Ranking

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

      22nd- Umar Akmal
      32nd- Ahmed Shehzad
      35th- Shoaib Malik
      45th- Mohammed Hafeez
      47th- Sharjeel Khan
      55th- Shahid Afridi
      66th- Babar Azam
      74th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      94th- Khalid Latif
      98th- Mukhtar Ahmed

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

      4th- Imad Wasim
      15th- Shahid Afridi
      36th- Sohail Tanvir
      45th- Wahab Riaz
      48th- Mohammed Irfan
      51st- Mohammad Amir
      88th- Shoaib Malik
      98th- Mohammad Sami

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

      3rd- Shahid Afridi

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    9. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      India reclaim top Test ranking

      India have displaced Pakistan as the No. 1-ranked Test team following their 178-run win against New Zealand in the second Test in Kolkata, which gave them an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the series. India had begun the three-match series trailing Pakistan (111) by one point.

      With 11 more home Tests scheduled until March 2017, India have a chance to consolidate their position. If India draw the Indore Test or sweep the three-match series, the top position will be out of Pakistan's reach even if they beat West Indies 3-0 in the UAE.

      In August, Pakistan achieved the top ranking for the first time since the existing system was introduced in 2003. They had moved up to second position after their 2-2 draw in the away series against England, and Sri Lanka's 3-0 sweep of Australia. At the same time, India had moved to the No. 1 after beating West Indies in St Lucia for a 2-0 lead in the four-match series; they had to win the final Test, in Port of Spain, to hold on to the ranking, but the match was drawn after weather and outfield issues forced play to be abandoned after the first session. This helped Pakistan become the fifth team - after Australia, England, India and South Africa - to top the Test rankings table.

      The No. 1 ranking has been in flux in 2016, with several teams occupying the position for brief periods. In January, India took over from South Africa after the latter's 0-2 defeat to England at home. The following month, Australia shot to the top after beating New Zealand 2-0, and maintained the spot until their 3-0 defeat in Sri Lanka. This is the fourth time India have claimed the top spot since 2003.

      Matches played over the previous four years are taken into consideration as per the ICC's ranking system, with the oldest matches in the cycle being left out in May of every year. For the current cycle, matches played from May 2013 to April 2015 carry 50% weightage, while matches played since then carry 100% weightage. The No. 1 team in the world as of April 1, 2017 will receive $ 1 million from the International Cricket Council.

      http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci-icc/content/story/1060261.html
       
    10. Fireworks11
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      Sep 22, 2012
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      Glory is sweet even if it's only for a few weeks.
       
    11. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Latest ICC ODI Rankings: Pakistan move past West Indies to eighth position

      After a dominant performance in the 3rd ODI against West Indies, Pakistan have moved past their opponents into eighth spot in the ICC ODI rankings. They had entered into the 3-match series on 86 rating points with the Caribbean outfit on 94 rating points. As a consequence of securing a 3-0 whitewash, Azhar Ali’s team overtook West Indies and give a massive boost to their hopes of qualifying directly for the 2019 World Cup.

      With only the top ranked seven teams aside from host England earning automatic entry into the flagship tournament, Pakistan now have a one-point advantage over the ninth-placed West Indies while trailing behind seventh-ranked Bangladesh by six rating points. The reason behind Jason Holder’s side losing as many as six rating points is due to the fact they were ranked above their adversaries.

      On the other hand, Pakistan gained three rating points and will be eager to continue their rejuvenation in the limited-overs format. Prior to the ODI series, they had blanked West Indies 3-0 in the T20I series as well. Armed with a more purposeful top-order, there seemed to be a discernable change in their approach even as the bowling attack operated together by complementing each other.

      Coach Mickey Arthur should be pleased with the remarkable consistency shown by 21-year old Babar Azam who stroked his way towards a third successive century. The right-hander became the third Pakistani batsman to achieve this feat after Zaheer Abbas and Saeed Anwar. He also toppled Quinton de Kock’s record of scoring the most runs in a 3-match ODI series.

      Elsewhere in Durban, South Africa eclipsed New Zealand and moved to the second spot after gaining a rating point as a result of their stunning four-wicket victory against Australia. The Kiwis trail them by one rating point while India retain their fourth position. Even though Steve Smith’s men lost a rating point, they are still the top-ranked team and have a six-point advantage over the Proteas.

      With still two matches to go in the ODI series, South Africa have an opportunity to cut Australia’s lead to just two rating points if they manage to win both. If Australia triumph in those two games, the Proteas will drop down to third while the Aussies have a nine-point lead at the top of the table. The upcoming ODI series against Englandalso provides a chance for Bangladesh to overtake Sri Lanka to the sixth position should they complete a 3-0 whitewash.

      Note: All rankings are accurate as of 6th October, 2016 following the conclusion of the 3rd ODI between Pakistan and West Indies in Abu Dhabi & the 3rd ODI between South Africa and Australia in Durban.

      http://www.sportskeeda.com/cricket/...stan-move-past-west-indies-to-eighth-position
       
    12. KingOfDoosra
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      Jun 8, 2012
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      MashaAllah Azhar finally brings us back to where Misbah left us.
       
    13. Chishti
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      Chishti Formerly 'Winsome'

      Jan 27, 2012
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      WTH Azhar becomes a record holder captain?

      Sent from my SM-G900L using Tapatalk
       
    14. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
      30,195
      Last Updated 11th October 2016

      Team

      Test Ranking

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

      Pakistan are in 2nd position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 111, 4 points behind India and 3 points ahead of Australia

      Reliance Test Championship

      India 115
      Pakistan 111
      Australia 108
      England 108
      South Africa 96
      Sri Lanka 95
      New Zealand 91
      West Indies 67
      Bangladesh 57
      Zimbabwe 8​

      ODI Ranking

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

      Pakistan are currently in 8th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 89, 7 points behind Australia and 1 point ahead of West Indies

      Reliance ODI Championship

      Australia 119
      South Africa 115
      New Zealand 113
      India 110
      England 107
      Sri Lanka 101
      Bangladesh 96
      Pakistan 89
      West Indies 88
      Afghanistan 52
      Zimbabwe 46
      Ireland 42

      T20I Ranking

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

      Pakistan are currently in 7th position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 111, 17 points ahead of Sri Lanka and 2 points behind England

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      New Zealand 132
      India 126
      South Africa 119
      West Indies 118
      Australia 114
      England 113
      Pakistan 111
      Sri Lanka 94
      Afghanistan 78
      Bangladesh 74
      Netherlands 67
      Zimbabwe 62
      Scotland 57
      UAE 54
      Ireland 42
      Oman 37
      Hong Kong 34

      The following teams have ratings but have not yet played sufficient matches to achieve a ranking.

      Papua New Guinea 44​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

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

      5th- Younis Khan
      10th- Misbah Ul Haq
      13th- Asad Shafiq
      16th- Azhar Ali
      19th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      30th- Mohammed Hafeez
      74th- Sami Aslam
      89th- Shan Masood

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

      7th- Yasir Shah
      29th- Wahab Riaz
      32nd- Zulfiqar Babar
      34th- Rahat Ali
      40th- Sohail Khan
      46th- Imran Khan
      65th- Mohammad Amir
      91st- Younis Khan
      100th- Iftikhar Ahmed

      (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

      23rd- Mohammad Hafeez
      33rd- Azhar Ali
      39th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      43rd- Ahmed Shehzad
      67th- Shoaib Malik
      73rd- Babar Azam
      86th- Sohaib Maqsood
      93rd- Imad Wasim
      95th- Mohammad Rizwan
      99th- Younis Khan

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

      11th- Mohammed Irfan
      51st- Wahab Riaz
      54th- Yasir Shah
      76th- Umar Gul
      87th- Imad Wasim
      95th- Mohammad Amir

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

      None Currently

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      T20I Ranking

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

      22nd- Umar Akmal
      32nd- Ahmed Shehzad
      35th- Shoaib Malik
      45th- Mohammed Hafeez
      47th- Sharjeel Khan
      55th- Shahid Afridi
      66th- Babar Azam
      74th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      94th- Khalid Latif
      98th- Mukhtar Ahmed

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

      4th- Imad Wasim
      15th- Shahid Afridi
      36th- Sohail Tanvir
      45th- Wahab Riaz
      48th- Mohammed Irfan
      51st- Mohammad Amir
      88th- Shoaib Malik
      98th- Mohammad Sami

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

      3rd- Shahid Afridi

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    15. chandtara
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      chandtara Mr Cricistan

      Jun 18, 2011
      30,195
      Last Updated 12th October 2016

      Team

      Test Ranking

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

      Pakistan are in 2nd position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 111, 4 points behind India and 3 points ahead of Australia

      Reliance Test Championship

      India 115
      Pakistan 111
      Australia 108
      England 108
      South Africa 96
      Sri Lanka 95
      New Zealand 91
      West Indies 67
      Bangladesh 57
      Zimbabwe 8​

      ODI Ranking

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

      Pakistan are currently in 8th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 89, 7 points behind Australia and 1 point ahead of West Indies

      Reliance ODI Championship

      Australia 119
      South Africa 115
      New Zealand 113
      India 110
      England 107
      Sri Lanka 101
      Bangladesh 96
      Pakistan 89
      West Indies 88
      Afghanistan 52
      Zimbabwe 46
      Ireland 42

      T20I Ranking

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

      Pakistan are currently in 7th position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 111, 17 points ahead of Sri Lanka and 2 points behind England

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      New Zealand 132
      India 126
      South Africa 119
      West Indies 118
      Australia 114
      England 113
      Pakistan 111
      Sri Lanka 94
      Afghanistan 78
      Bangladesh 74
      Netherlands 67
      Zimbabwe 62
      Scotland 57
      UAE 54
      Ireland 42
      Oman 37
      Hong Kong 34

      The following teams have ratings but have not yet played sufficient matches to achieve a ranking.

      Papua New Guinea 44​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

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

      4th- Younis Khan
      11th- Misbah Ul Haq
      13th- Asad Shafiq
      17th- Azhar Ali
      19th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      30th- Mohammed Hafeez
      77th- Sami Aslam
      90th- Shan Masood

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

      6th- Yasir Shah
      29th- Wahab Riaz
      32nd- Zulfiqar Babar
      34th- Rahat Ali
      40th- Sohail Khan
      46th- Imran Khan
      64th- Mohammad Amir
      92nd- Younis 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

      23rd- Mohammad Hafeez
      33rd- Azhar Ali
      39th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      43rd- Ahmed Shehzad
      67th- Shoaib Malik
      73rd- Babar Azam
      86th- Sohaib Maqsood
      93rd- Imad Wasim
      95th- Mohammad Rizwan
      99th- Younis Khan

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

      11th- Mohammed Irfan
      51st- Wahab Riaz
      54th- Yasir Shah
      76th- Umar Gul
      87th- Imad Wasim
      95th- Mohammad Amir

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

      None Currently

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      T20I Ranking

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

      22nd- Umar Akmal
      32nd- Ahmed Shehzad
      35th- Shoaib Malik
      45th- Mohammed Hafeez
      47th- Sharjeel Khan
      55th- Shahid Afridi
      66th- Babar Azam
      74th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      94th- Khalid Latif
      98th- Mukhtar Ahmed

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

      4th- Imad Wasim
      15th- Shahid Afridi
      36th- Sohail Tanvir
      45th- Wahab Riaz
      48th- Mohammed Irfan
      51st- Mohammad Amir
      88th- Shoaib Malik
      98th- Mohammad Sami

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

      3rd- Shahid Afridi

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      Test Player rankings update
       
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      Last Updated 12th October 2016

      Team

      Test Ranking

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

      Pakistan are in 2nd position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 111, 4 points behind India and 3 points ahead of Australia

      Reliance Test Championship

      India 115
      Pakistan 111
      Australia 108
      England 108
      South Africa 96
      Sri Lanka 95
      New Zealand 91
      West Indies 67
      Bangladesh 57
      Zimbabwe 8​

      ODI Ranking

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

      Pakistan are currently in 8th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 89, 6 points behind Bangladesh and 1 point ahead of West Indies

      Reliance ODI Championship

      Australia 118
      South Africa 116
      New Zealand 113
      India 110
      England 107
      Sri Lanka 101
      Bangladesh 95
      Pakistan 89
      West Indies 88
      Afghanistan 52
      Zimbabwe 46
      Ireland 42

      T20I Ranking

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

      Pakistan are currently in 7th position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 111, 17 points ahead of Sri Lanka and 2 points behind England

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      New Zealand 132
      India 126
      South Africa 119
      West Indies 118
      Australia 114
      England 113
      Pakistan 111
      Sri Lanka 94
      Afghanistan 78
      Bangladesh 74
      Netherlands 67
      Zimbabwe 62
      Scotland 57
      UAE 54
      Ireland 42
      Oman 37
      Hong Kong 34

      The following teams have ratings but have not yet played sufficient matches to achieve a ranking.

      Papua New Guinea 44​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

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

      4th- Younis Khan
      11th- Misbah Ul Haq
      13th- Asad Shafiq
      17th- Azhar Ali
      19th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      30th- Mohammed Hafeez
      77th- Sami Aslam
      90th- Shan Masood

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

      6th- Yasir Shah
      29th- Wahab Riaz
      32nd- Zulfiqar Babar
      34th- Rahat Ali
      40th- Sohail Khan
      46th- Imran Khan
      64th- Mohammad Amir
      92nd- Younis 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

      15th- Babar Azam
      27th- Mohammad Hafeez
      29th- Azhar Ali
      36th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      49th- Ahmed Shehzad
      66th- Shoaib Malik
      86th- Sharjeel Khan
      92nd- Sohaib Maqsood
      94th- Imad Wasim
      98th- Mohammad Rizwan

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

      15th- Mohammed Irfan
      39th- Wahab Riaz
      59th- Yasir Shah
      70th- Imad Wasim
      79th- Umar Gul
      88th- Hasan Ali
      93rd- Mohammad Amir
      96th- Shoaib Malik

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

      None Currently

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      T20I Ranking

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

      22nd- Umar Akmal
      32nd- Ahmed Shehzad
      35th- Shoaib Malik
      45th- Mohammed Hafeez
      47th- Sharjeel Khan
      55th- Shahid Afridi
      66th- Babar Azam
      74th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      94th- Khalid Latif
      98th- Mukhtar Ahmed

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

      4th- Imad Wasim
      15th- Shahid Afridi
      36th- Sohail Tanvir
      45th- Wahab Riaz
      48th- Mohammed Irfan
      51st- Mohammad Amir
      88th- Shoaib Malik
      98th- Mohammad Sami

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

      3rd- Shahid Afridi

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      Jun 18, 2011
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      ODI Player rankings updated. Babar Azam with a massive jump to 15th
       
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Azhar and Bishoo achieve career-high rankings as Bravo returns to top 20

      Azhar Ali and Devendra Bishoo have achieved career-high rankings in the latest MRF Tyres ICC Test Player Rankings, which were released on Tuesday morning following Pakistan’s 56 runs victory in the day/night Test in Dubai.

      Azhar, who won the player of the match award for his 302 not out, has climbed five places to a career-high 12th position, while Bishoo’s match figures of 10 for 174 have helped him gain 11 places to claim 30th position.

      Azhar is the fourth Pakistan batsman after Hanif Mohammad, Inzamam-ul-Haq and Younis Khan to score a Test triple century. For this achievement, the opener, who played as a wrist spinner in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2002 in New Zealand, has earned 62 points, which, in turn, has also allowed him to move ahead of team-mate Asad Shafiq (16th, down by three places).

      Azhar now has his captain Misbah-ul-Haq firmly within his sights, whom he trails by just one point, while Younus Khan remains his side’s highest-ranked batsman in fifth place (slipped one place after dropping one per cent of his points for missing the Dubai Test).

      In contrast, by rising 11 places to 30th, Bishoo has opened up a significant lead over team-mate Shannon Gabriel (48th), who is the second highest-ranked West Indies bowler in the series, and captain Jason Holder (61st).

      The 30-year-old looks strong to gain further points and edge closer to the top 20 as he is still in the qualification period. A bowler qualifies for a full rating after he has taken 100 wickets, while Bishoo has so far claimed 69 wickets in 19 Tests.

      Stylish West Indies batsman Darren Bravo is the other player to make a big impact in the latest rankings.

      The 27-year-old left-hander, who played in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2008 in Malaysia, scored 87 and 116 in the Test in which the West Indies went down fighting. Consequently, Bravo has returned to the top 20 where he has joined Pakistan’s Sarfaraz Ahmed in 20th position after rising eight places.

      Last time Bravo enjoyed a place inside the top 20 was in June 2014, when he figured in 19th position. His career-high ranking remains 15th, which he had achieved against New Zealand in Dunedin in December 2013.

      Bravo and Sarfaraz now have an opportunity to improve their rankings as they trail New Zealand’s 19th-ranked Ross Taylor by 13 points.

      Marlon Samuels, who scored 76 and four, is the other batsman to head in the right direction. He has moved up five places to 40th, while Pakistan opener Sami Aslam has jumped 19 places to share 58th position with Martin Guptill of New Zealand. Jason Holder is just five points and one place behind the duo of Sami and Guptill.

      Steve Smith is the number-one ranked Test batsman and he leads England’s second-ranked Joe Root by 28 points. Hashim Amla of South Africa is third.

      Apart from Bishoo, Pakistan’s Wahab Riaz is the other bowler to achieve a career-high ranking to date. The left-arm fast bowler picked up two for 65 and one for 47, and, as such, has moved up three places to 26th.

      Mohammad Amir’s three wickets in the second innings have helped him gain four places and 60th position in the latest rankings.

      Yasir Shah of Pakistan, who completed 100 wickets in his 17th Test while taking seven wickets in the match, has retained his sixth position but has gained three points for his achievement.

      The bowling table is headed by India’s Ravichandran Ashwin, with Dale Steyn of South Africa second and England’s James Anderson third.

      Bangladesh v England

      Meanwhile, the two-Test series between Bangladesh and England starts in Chittagong on Thursday. Fourth-ranked England (108 points) leads ninth-ranked Bangladesh (57 points) by 51 points. And because the rankings are weighted to reflect this difference, England’s failure to win the series convincingly will result in it dropping points.

      If England wins the series 1-0, there will be no change to its pre-series position, but it will move ahead of Australia in third place on 109 points if it wins both the Tests.

      In contrast, Bangladesh will jump to 72 points in case of a 1-0 win, while a 2-0 will put it on 75 points. A 1-0 defeat will mean England will slip to 103 points and 102 points in case of a 2-0 defeat.

      The Test team rankings, unlike the ODI and T20I team rankings, are only updated at the end of the series. The ICC Test predictor function is available here.

      Forthcoming Tests:

      Pakistan v West Indies

      21-25 Oct – 2nd Test, Abu Dhabi
      30 Oct-3 Nov – 3rd Test, Sharjah
      Bangladesh v England
      20-24 October – 1st Test, Chittagong
      28 Oct-1 Nov – 2nd Test, Mirpur

      http://www.icc-cricket.com/news/201...reer-high-rankings-as-bravo-returns-to-top-20
       
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      Younis Khan returned after recovering from dengue with a strong performance in Abu Dhabi © AFP

      Younis Khan has climbed three places to No. 2 in the ICC rankings for Test batsmen after scoring 127 in Pakistan's 133-run victory against West Indies in Abu Dhabi. This is Younis' highest ranking since he was No. 1 in March 2009 and No. 2 in July that year; he currently trails Steven Smith by 46 points and leads Joe Root at No. 3 by eight points.

      There were more gains in the rankings for Pakistan's players after they won the three-Test series against West Indies by taking a 2-0 lead. The captain Misbah-ul-Haq moved to No. 10 after making 96 in the Abu Dhabi Test, and Asad Shafiq rose to No. 14 after making half-centuries in each innings.

      Legspinner Yasir Shah returned to the top five among Test bowlers; he was tied with England fast bowler Stuart Broad at No. 5. Yasir had taken ten wickets in Abu Dhabi, including 6 for 124 in the final innings to bowl West Indies out for 322 on the final day. Yasir was two points behind Sri Lankan's Rangana Herath, and 24 points ahead of India's Ravindra Jadeja at No. 7.

      Pakistan play West Indies in the third Test in Sharjah from October 30.
       
    21. Energy
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      Legend batsman.
       
    22. ASLI-PATHAN
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      Younis has one more go at WI to climb to No. 1 ranking
       
    23. Mercenary
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      Hopefully he can reach and stay at number 1 up till retirement. He has a relative good record in places like Australia and New Zealand so will be important in the coming series.
       
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      Man should be in top 5 always up until he finally calls it a day. There is no one currently who is superior to him. Definitely one of the modern greats along with likes of Sanga, Ponting etc.
       
    25. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      India move clear of Pakistan in Test rankings

      India have moved six points ahead of Pakistan in the ICC Test rankings after their neighbors were beaten by West Indies in the final Test at Sharjah. Although Pakistan won the series, they are now six rating points behind India who stand at 115 ratings points and just 1 point ahead of Australia.

      Pakistan missed their chance of closing the gap on their fiercest rivals after Kraigg Brathwaite's master-class gave the West Indies a consolation win. With the India-England and Australia-South Africa series coming up, it is unlikely that they would be able to hold onto second place. Australia are just one point behind at 108 ratings, close behind the Pakistan team at 109.

      In the batsman rankings, Steve Smith retains the top spot with 906 points, but his lead has now been cut to just 46 points with Younis Khan (860) and Hashim Amla (847) leading the chasing pack. Ajinkya Rahane is the highest-ranked Indian on the list at No. 6 with 825 points.


      Ravichandran Ashwin still leads the way in the bowlers charts with 900 points. Dale Steyn and James Anderson make up the remaining podium places with 878 and 853 points respectively. The biggest gainer among the bowlers has been Yasir Shah, whose Man of the series performance against the Windies, where he claimed 21 wickets in just 3 Tests, sees him slingshot to 5th on the list with 829 points.

      Ashwin leads the way for the all-rounders as well with 451 points. Shakib Al Hasan's impressive performances against England in the Test series has seen the gap between the top 2 being reduced to 46 points.

      http://sportscafe.in/articles/cricket/2016/nov/03/india-move-clear-of-pakistan-in-test-rankings
       
    26. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Last Updated 3rd Novemeber 2016

      Team

      Test Ranking

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

      Pakistan are in 2nd position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 109, 6 points behind India and 1 point ahead of Australia

      Reliance Test Championship

      India 115
      Pakistan 109
      Australia 108
      England 105
      South Africa 96
      Sri Lanka 95
      New Zealand 91
      West Indies 69
      Bangladesh 65
      Zimbabwe 8​

      ODI Ranking

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

      Pakistan are currently in 8th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 89, 6 points behind Bangladesh and 1 point ahead of West Indies

      Reliance ODI Championship

      Australia 118
      South Africa 116
      New Zealand 112
      India 111
      England 107
      Sri Lanka 101
      Bangladesh 95
      Pakistan 89
      West Indies 88
      Afghanistan 52
      Zimbabwe 46
      Ireland 42

      T20I Ranking

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

      Pakistan are currently in 7th position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 111, 17 points ahead of Sri Lanka and 2 points behind England

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      New Zealand 132
      India 126
      South Africa 119
      West Indies 118
      Australia 114
      England 113
      Pakistan 111
      Sri Lanka 94
      Afghanistan 78
      Bangladesh 74
      Netherlands 67
      Zimbabwe 62
      Scotland 57
      UAE 54
      Ireland 42
      Oman 37
      Hong Kong 34

      The following teams have ratings but have not yet played sufficient matches to achieve a ranking.

      Papua New Guinea 44​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

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

      2nd- Younis Khan
      10th- Misbah Ul Haq
      12th- Azhar Ali
      13th- Asad Shafiq
      21st- Sarfraz Ahmed
      33rd- Mohammed Hafeez
      61st- Sami Aslam
      91st- Shan Masood

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

      5th- Yasir Shah
      28th- Wahab Riaz
      31st- Rahat Ali
      34th- Zulfiqar Babar
      47th- Imran Khan
      48th- Sohail Khan
      62nd- Mohammad Amir
      74th- Mohammad Nawaz
      97th- Younis 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

      14th- Babar Azam
      27th- Mohammad Hafeez
      28th- Azhar Ali
      36th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      50th- Ahmed Shehzad
      66th- Shoaib Malik
      86th- Sharjeel Khan
      92nd- Sohaib Maqsood
      93rd- Imad Wasim
      100th- Mohammad Rizwan

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

      15th- Mohammed Irfan
      39th- Wahab Riaz
      59th- Yasir Shah
      72nd- Imad Wasim
      81st- Umar Gul
      89th- Hasan Ali
      93rd- Mohammad Amir
      97th- Shoaib Malik

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

      None Currently

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      T20I Ranking

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

      22nd- Umar Akmal
      32nd- Ahmed Shehzad
      35th- Shoaib Malik
      45th- Mohammed Hafeez
      47th- Sharjeel Khan
      55th- Shahid Afridi
      66th- Babar Azam
      74th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      94th- Khalid Latif
      98th- Mukhtar Ahmed

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

      4th- Imad Wasim
      15th- Shahid Afridi
      36th- Sohail Tanvir
      45th- Wahab Riaz
      48th- Mohammed Irfan
      51st- Mohammad Amir
      88th- Shoaib Malik
      98th- Mohammad Sami

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

      3rd- Shahid Afridi

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    27. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Younis, Shafiq, Yasir slip in test rankings

      DUBAI: Pakistan’s Younis Khan, Asad Shafiq and Yasir Shah slipped in the recent test rankings following the team’s loss in Sharjah test match against West Indies, ARY News reported.

      Pakistan lost a rare chance to whitewash West Indies in all three formats of the cricket after they lost the third and final match of the test series by five wickets. The hosts had outclassed the Caribbean side in Twenty20 and ODI series by 3-0, while won the test series 2-1.

      Steve Smith of Australia leads the batsmen’s rankings in tests followed by Hashim Amla of South Africa and Kane Williamson of New Zealand.

      Younis Khan, who scored 51 runs in the two innings of the test, slipped three places down to fifth position whereas Asad Shafiq, who scored a pair in the test match, could not retain in the top 15 as he slipped from 11th to 17th place.

      Meanwhile, skipper Misbah-ul-Haq retained his 10th spot in the batsmen’s ranking.

      India’s Ravi Ashwin is at top of the bowler’s rankings. South African bowling spearhead Dale Steyn is at second place while James Anderson of England holds third rank.

      Pakistan spinner Yasir Shah dropped one place to sixth position in the bowler’s rankings.

      http://arynews.tv/en/younis-shafiq-yasir-slip-in-test-rankings/
       
    28. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      Root, Herath climb to second positions in ICC Test rankings

      England batsman Joe Root and Sri Lanka spinner Rangana Herath have moved up to take the second positions among batsmen and bowlers, respectively, in the MRF Tyres ICC Test Player Rankings after their fine performances in recent matches.

      Root’s knocks of 124 and four in the drawn opening match of a five-Test series against India in Rajkot have seen him overtake New Zealand captain Kane Williamson in the MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for Test Batsmen.

      Root, who was top-ranked in August 2015 during a home series against Australia and again two months laterduring a series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates, is three points ahead of Williamson at 844 points and 42 points adrift of Australia captain Steve Smith.

      England captain Alastair Cook, who had scores of 21 and 130 in Rajkot, has moved up one slot to 10th rank and his team-mates Moeen Ali and Ben Stokes have made significant gains after slamming first-innings centuries in Rajkot. Ali has moved up six slots to reach 26th rank while Stokes has gained eight places to reach 32nd position.

      Teenage debutant opener Haseeb Hameed has made an impressive entry in the rankings list at 64th position after scoring 31 and 82.

      Among the India batsmen, Cheteshwar Pujara has gained two places to reach 11th rank, captain Virat Kohli has moved up one place to 14th position and opener Murali Vijay has moved up two places to 23rd rank.

      Sri Lanka batsman Dhananjaya de Silva (30th) and the Zimbabwe pair of Craig Ervine (56th) and Sean Williams (71st) have attained career-best rankings after their performances in the second and final Test between the two teams in Harare.

      In the MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for Test Bowlers, stand-in captain Herath’s match haul of 13-152 in Harare that helped Sri Lanka complete a 2-0 series win, have lifted him ahead of pace bowlers Dale Steyn of South Africa and James Anderson of England.

      Herath has reached number-two rank in the past - in November 2012 and August 2014 – but now enjoys a career-best rating of 867 points and is only 14 points behind India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin.

      Another spinner to move up the rankings is England leg-spinner Adil Rashid who has gained 17 places to reach 61st position after taking seven wickets in Rajkot.

      England’s Ben Stokes has reached a career-best third-ranking among all-rounders but is 56 points behind second-paced Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh and 106 behind Ashwin.

      http://www.icc-cricket.com/news/201...limb-to-second-positions-in-icc-test-rankings
       
    29. chandtara
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      Jun 18, 2011
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      PAKISTAN LOOK TO CLOSE GAP WITH INDIA IN TEST RANKINGS

      ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will be looking to win the Test series against New Zealand beginning Thursday at the Hagley Oval in a bid to close the gap with number-one ranked India, which is on 115 points.

      Currently hosts New Zealand is on 91 points while Pakistan has 109 points before going into the test series. If Pakistan wins 2-0 against New Zealand then Pakistan will be at 112 points while will come at New Zealand 89 points. If Pakistan wins 1-0 Pakistan will be at 110 points and New Zealand 90 points, said a press release issued here.

      Meanwhile, if New Zealand wins 1-0, Pakistan will be at 104 points and New Zealand 95 points. But if New Zealand wins 2-0, Pakistan will be at 102 points and New Zealand 96 points. In case of a 1-1 or 0-0 draw, Pakistan will be at 107 points and New Zealand 93 points.

      In the individual rankings, Pakistan has four batsmen in the top 20, Younus Khan (4th), captain Misbah-ul-Haq (11th), Azhar Ali (13th) and Asad Shafiq (18th). For New Zealand, Captain Kane Williamson is ranked third and the next on the list is Ross Taylor in 21st position.

      Conversely, New Zealand has a better count in the top 20 for bowlers as pace bowlers Neil Wagner (11th), Trent Boult (12th) and Tim Southee (17th) figure in it. Leg-spinner Yasir Shah is the only Pakistan bowler in the top 20 in fifth place, with pace bowler Wahab Riaz the next on the list in 25th position.

      The MRF Tyres ICC Test Rankings (as of 16 November 2016, before the start of New Zealand-Pakistan series), India (1st, 115 points), Pakistan (2nd, 109 points), Australia (3rd, 108 points), England (4th, 105 points), South Africa (5th, 96 points), Sri Lanka (6th, 96 points), New Zealand (7th, 91 points), West Indies (8th, 69 points), Bangladesh (9th, 65 points) and Zimbabwe (10th, 5 points).

      http://www.brecorder.com/sports/cri...to-close-gap-with-india-in-test-rankings.html
       
    30. chandtara
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      Pakistan defeat in the first Test match against New Zealand at Christchurch, has taken a toll on the rankings of Pakistani players in the latest ICC Test Rankings.

      Veteran batsman Younis Khan, was removed from the Top five club after dropping two places from fourth position to sixth in the latest MRF Tyres ICC Players Rankings for Tests. Younis Khan scored just 2 and 1 runs in the first and second innings, respectively, of the first Test match at Christchurch.

      Pakistan skipper Misbah ul Haq also dropped from 11th position to 14th, whereas, Azhar Ali and Asad Shafiq also drop places, and are now placed at 16th and 20th position.

      Australian captain Steve Smith remained at the top position, despite Australia straight losses against South Africa. Indian captain Virat Kohli attained his career best fourth position after producing a man of the match performance in the second Test against England which India won by 246 runs.

      In bowling department Pakistan spin maestro Yasir Shah dropped one place from sixth to seventh in ICC Player Rankings for Test Bowlers. Whereas, New Zealand pace bowler Colin de Grandhomme, who was named player of the match for taking seven wickets in Christchurch, made his entry into the rankings in 61st position.

      http://www.brecorder.com/sports/cricket/329290-test-defeat-takes-toll-on-pakistani-rankings.html
       
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      Holder shoots up in MRF Tyres ICC ODI Player Rankings

      West Indies captain Jason Holder has shot up in the MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for ODI Bowlers and also moved up in the lists for batsmen and all-rounders after a fine show in a One-Day International tri-series in Zimbabwe that Sri Lanka won on Sunday.

      Holder’s nine wickets in the tournament were not enough to help the World Twenty20 champions reach the final as Zimbabwe edged them out in a rain-reduced last league match, but the haul was enough to propel him nine places up to 15th in the rankings for bowlers.

      Holder, who held a career-high ranking of 14th among bowlers in March last year, has also gained seven slots to reach a career-best 80th position in the MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for ODI Batsmen and now enjoys a career-best ranking of sixth among all-rounders.

      Holder, who was the leading wicket-taker for the West Indies with 13 wickets in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2010 in New Zealand, has made a steady rise as he was ranked 53rd among bowlers and 182nd among batsmen at the beginning of 2015.

      West Indies opener Evin Lewis, who topped the run-aggregate in the tri-series with 202 runs, has made big gains, moving up 177 slots to 108. Others to gain in the batting rankings include Zimbabwe’s Sikandar Raza (up 13 places to reach 49th) and Sri Lanka’s Dhananjaya De Silva (up 48 places to reach 98th).

      The list for bowlers saw Sri Lanka’s Suranga Lakmal and Nuwan Kulasekara make significant movement. Lakmal has moved up 15 slots to reach 20th place while Kulasekara has moved up 23 slots to take 45th position.

      The West Indies missed a chance to overtake Pakistan in the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Team Rankings as it slipped one point to 87 points whereas it could have gone up to 94 points. Pakistan remains in eighth position with 89 points.

      These points are important because host England and the seven highest-ranked sides on the ICC ODI team rankings as on 30 September 2017 will qualify directly for the World Cup while the bottom four sides will compete with six other sides from the ICC World Cricket League in the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018. The top two sides from the Qualifier will complete the 10-team line-up for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

      Australia v New Zealand ODI series

      World champion and top-ranked Australia will take on third-ranked New Zealand in a three-match home series from December 4 to 9. Following are the possible team rankings scenarios with different results:

      · If New Zealand wins 2-1: New Zealand goes up from 112 to 113 but remains third; Australia slips from 118 to 117 points
      · If New Zealand wins 3-0: New Zealand ties with Australia at 115 points but remains behind on decimal points; South Africa moves to the top with 116 points
      · If Australia wins 2-1: Australia goes up to 119 points, New Zealand slips to fourth behind India on decimals at 111 points
      · If Australia wins 3-0: Australia goes up to 120 points, New Zealand slips to fourth behind India at 109 points

      The ODI team rankings, unlike the Test rankings, are updated after each match. The ICC ODI predictor function is available here.

      In the individual rankings, Australia’s David Warner is the top-ranked batsman from either side at third with New Zealand captain Kane Williamson the other batsman in the top-10 at fifth position. New Zealand’s Trent Boult leads the bowlers’ rankings while his team-mate Matt Henry (fifth) and Australia’s Mitchell Starc (fourth) are the others inside the top 10.

      For more information on player rankings, please click here.

      http://www.icc-cricket.com/news/201...hoots-up-in-mrf-tyres-icc-odi-player-rankings
       
    32. chandtara
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      Pakistan slips to fourth in ICC Test team rankings after 2-0 series loss to New Zealand

      Pakistan has slipped from second to fourth position in the MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings after its 2-0 loss to New Zealand in their two-match series which culminated with a 138-run verdict in Hamilton on Tuesday.

      Pakistan, which went into the series with 109 points in the team rankings led by India (115), is now on 102 points and tied with South Africa but ahead on decimal points. England and Australia are both on 105 points with England ahead on decimal points.

      Pakistan was top-ranked as recently as last month before India overtook it in the first week of October during a home series against New Zealand which it won 3-0. India is now comfortably perched at the top as it has a 10-point lead over the rest of the pack.

      New Zealand, which won the opening Test in Christchurch last week by eight wickets, has moved up one place to sixth position. The home side has gained five points to reach 96 points and is ahead of Sri Lanka on decimal points.

      This means that the top seven sides in the rankings table are within 20 points of each other and six of them are within a range of 10 points.

      http://www.icc-cricket.com/news/201...rankings-after-2-0-series-loss-to-new-zealand
       
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      Last Updated 3rd November 2016

      Team

      Test Ranking

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

      Pakistan are in 4th position in the Reliance Test Championships on a rating of 102, 3 points behind Australia and level on points with South Africa

      Reliance Test Championship

      India 115
      England 105
      Australia 105
      Pakistan 102
      South Africa 102
      New Zealand 96
      Sri Lanka 96
      West Indies 69
      Bangladesh 65
      Zimbabwe 5​

      ODI Ranking

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

      Pakistan are currently in 8th position in the Reliance ODI Championships on a rating of 89, 6 points behind Bangladesh and 3 point ahead of West Indies

      Reliance ODI Championship

      Australia 118
      South Africa 116
      New Zealand 112
      India 111
      England 107
      Sri Lanka 101
      Bangladesh 95
      Pakistan 89
      West Indies 86
      Afghanistan 52
      Zimbabwe 48
      Ireland 42

      T20I Ranking

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

      Pakistan are currently in 7th position in the Reliance ICC T20 Rankings with a rating of 111, 19 points ahead of Sri Lanka and level on points with England

      Reliance ICC T20I Rankings

      New Zealand 132
      India 126
      South Africa 119
      West Indies 116
      Australia 114
      England 113
      Pakistan 113
      Sri Lanka 94
      Afghanistan 78
      Bangladesh 74
      Netherlands 67
      Zimbabwe 62
      Scotland 57
      UAE 54
      Ireland 42
      Oman 37
      Hong Kong 34

      The following teams have ratings but have not yet played sufficient matches to achieve a ranking.

      Papua New Guinea 44​

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      Player

      Test Ranking

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

      6th- Younis Khan
      14th- Misbah Ul Haq
      16th- Azhar Ali
      20th- Asad Shafiq
      26th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      37th- Mohammed Hafeez
      63rd- Sami Aslam
      97th- Shan Masood

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

      7th- Yasir Shah
      27th- Wahab Riaz
      31st- Rahat Ali
      34th- Zulfiqar Babar
      48th- Imran Khan
      48th- Sohail Khan
      52nd- Mohammad Amir
      88th- Mohammad Nawaz

      (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

      14th- Babar Azam
      26th- Mohammad Hafeez
      27th- Azhar Ali
      36th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      47th- Ahmed Shehzad
      67th- Shoaib Malik
      87th- Sharjeel Khan
      92nd- Sohaib Maqsood
      93rd- Imad Wasim

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

      16th- Mohammed Irfan
      37th- Wahab Riaz
      58th- Yasir Shah
      72nd- Imad Wasim
      81st- Umar Gul
      88th- Hasan Ali
      93rd- Mohammad Amir
      95th- Shoaib Malik

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

      None Currently

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      T20I Ranking

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

      22nd- Umar Akmal
      32nd- Ahmed Shehzad
      35th- Shoaib Malik
      45th- Mohammed Hafeez
      47th- Sharjeel Khan
      55th- Shahid Afridi
      66th- Babar Azam
      74th- Sarfraz Ahmed
      94th- Khalid Latif

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

      4th- Imad Wasim
      15th- Shahid Afridi
      36th- Sohail Tanvir
      45th- Wahab Riaz
      48th- Mohammed Irfan
      51st- Mohammad Amir
      87th- Shoaib Malik
      97th- Mohammad Sami

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

      3rd- Shahid Afridi

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      Series win to put Pakistan above Australia

      KARACHI: Pakistan and Australian cricket teams will go head to head in a three-Test series in Brisbane on Thursday, with both the sides aiming for an upward movement.

      Australia is currently ranked third with 105 points, while Pakistan is fourth with 102 points.

      However, this position will potentially change when the ICC Test Team Rankings are updated following the Chennai Test. If second-ranked England wins the Test, then it will finish on 103 points, but it will end on 101 points if India wins the series 4-0.

      Even if Pakistan beat Australia by 1-0 or 2-1 margin, it will jump to second spot behind India, who will bolster its hold at the top spot when the ranking will be updated at the end of its home Test series.

      But even a drawn series will put Australia at second spot as England will fall behind the three at fourth spot if it draws or loses last Test in Chennai since India is leading the five-match Test series 3-0 after four matches.

      http://nation.com.pk/sports/13-Dec-2016/series-win-to-put-pakistan-above-australia
       
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      Amir, look at your rankings buddy. Time to pull up your socks
       
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      India ends 2016 at the top of MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings

      India has ended 2016 as the number-one ranked Test side on the MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings after registering a 4-0 victory over England in the five-match series which culminated with an innings and 75 runs win for the home side in Chennai on Tuesday.

      The series win has helped India gain five points and it has moved to 120 points in the last Test team rankings update of 2016, 15 points ahead of second-placed Australia.

      In contrast, England, which had started the series tied with Australia on 105 points but was ahead on decimal points, has slipped from second to fifth position.

      England is now on 101 points, one point behind Pakistan and South Africa, which are both on 102 points each with Pakistan ranked third on decimals points. This means that four teams are now within four points of each other with the annual cut-off date of 1 April for the ICC cash awards not far away.

      The side at the top of the rankings on 1 April will receive $1 million. The second-placed side will be awarded $ 500,000 while the third and fourth placed sides will receive $ 200,000 and $ 100,000 each.

      The MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings have seen an interesting year, with Australia, Pakistan and India all holding the top ranking between 21 August and 11 October.

      The Virat Kohli-led side, which was awarded the ICC Test Championship Mace on 11 October following a 3-0 home series sweep over New Zealand, can’t be overtaken this year since the team rankings are updated only at the end of each Test series.

      The next Test series to be completed is the ongoing one between Australia and Pakistan with the third and final Test slated in Sydney from January 3-7.

      http://www.icc-cricket.com/news/201...t-the-top-of-mrf-tyres-icc-test-team-rankings
       
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      India have taken a lead of 15 points at top.. lol

      Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
       
    38. chandtara
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      Pakistan players move up in rankings after Brisbane Test

      DUBAI (Dunya News) – Pakistan Test players have moved up in individual rankings after good performances in first Australia Test in Brisbane.

      Younis Khan has stepped forward one place and is now on 8th in the Test rankings. Likewise, AsadShafiq has jumped five places and is now on number twenty.

      Earlier, Younis Khan scored 65 and Asad Shafiq scored a magnificent century (137) in fourth innings against Australia in pink-ball Brisbane Test.

      Azhar Ali and Misbah-ul-Haq have already occupied 16th and 19th positions respectively.

      Fast bowler Wahab Riaz has also managed to score career best ranking of 24th number as a result of his good bowling in day-night Test in Brisbane.

      Yasir Shah is at number 10 in the rankings.

      http://dunyanews.tv/en/Cricket/366412-Pakistan-players-move-up-in-rankings-after-Brisban
       
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      Pakistan slips to fifth place in ICC Test Team Rankings

      A 3-0 series defeat to Australia allows South Africa and England to overtake it
      [​IMG]Pakistan has slipped two places to fifth position on the MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings after a 3-0 loss to Australia which culminated with a 220-run defeat in Sydney on Saturday.

      The Misbah-ul-Haq-led side lost five points to finish with 97 points after the series, just one point ahead of New Zealand and Sri Lanka. It was the sixth consecutive Test loss for Pakistan including a 2-0 loss to New Zealand in a preceding series.

      Pakistan, which had led the rankings last year following a 2-2 draw in England during a four-match series in July-August, was tied with South Africa on 102 points before the Australia series but was ahead on decimal points. South Africa and England (101) are now both ahead of Pakistan.

      Australia has consolidated its second position, gaining four points and moving up to 109 points, 11 points behind India. But South Africa could bridge the gap as it looks set to gain more points when the rankings are updated after its ongoing three-Test series against Sri Lanka which it leads 2-0.

      South Africa could go up to 107 points with a 3-0 win and to 105 points if it wins 2-0. Even if Sri Lanka wins the last Test in Johannesburg next week, South Africa will gain two points to reach 104 points with a 2-1 series result.

      http://www.icc-cricket.com/news/201...lips-to-fifth-place-in-icc-test-team-rankings
       
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      Hazlewood and Rabada make impressive gains
      De Kock becomes South Africa’s highest-ranked Test batsman; Younus rises to 7th
      [​IMG]Pace bowlers Josh Hazlewood of Australia and Kagiso Rabada of South Africa have attained career-best rankings in the latest MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for Test Bowlers after excellent efforts that helped their sides to convincing victories in the Sydney and Cape Town Tests.

      Hazlewood has moved up two slots to third place with a match haul of seven for 94 in the Sydney Test, which Australia won by 220 runs on Saturday to complete a 3-0 whitewash over Pakistan.

      Hazlewood, who turned out for Australia in the ICC U19 World Cups 2008 and 2010, has gained 29 points to reach 860 points and is not far behind the India spin pair of Ravichandran Ashwin (887 points) and Ravindra Jadeja (879 points).
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      Rabada has gained nine slots to reach eighth position after his player of the match performance of 10-92 in the second Test in Cape Town that helped South Africa defeat Sri Lanka by 282 runs on Friday to take a winning 2-0 lead.

      Rabada, who took 14 wickets in South Africa’s successful campaign in the ICC U19 World Cup 2014 in the UAE, has gained 144 points to reach 796 points, within seven points of England pace bowler Stuart Broad.

      There was good news for other pace bowlers too as Pakistan’s Wahab Riaz and the Sri Lanka pair of Suranga Lakmal and Lahiru Kumara also attained career-best rankings.

      Wahab’s four wickets in Sydney have seen him enter the top 20 for the first time as he has moved up five slots from 25th position. Lakmal’s six wickets have helped him move up six places to 30th position, while Kumara’s seven wickets have helped him gain 39 places to reach 67th rank.

      In the MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for Test Batsmen, South Africa’s Quinton de Kock has continued to rise after scoring 101 and 29 in Cape Town. The wicket-keeper batsman has not only moved up one slot to a career-best eighth position but is now also the leading batsman from his country, ahead of AB de Villiers (ninth rank) and Hashim Amla (10th rank).

      Pakistan batsman Younus Khan’s scores of 175 not out and 13 have enabled him to gain seven slots and reach seventh rank in the Steve Smith-led list, even as Australia’s Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscomb and South Africa’s Dean Elgar have attained career-best rankings.
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      Khawaja has moved up two slots to 11th place after scoring 13 and 79 not out, Handscomb’s 110 and 40 not out have helped him gain 17 slots to reach 38th position, while Elgar has gained 11 places to reach 21st position with scores of 129 and 55.

      http://www.icc-cricket.com/news/2017/media-releases/97398/hazlewood-and-rabada-make-impressive-gains
       

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