Sri lanka leg spinner Wanindu Hasaranga has moved up to the second spot in the ICC Men’s T20I player Rankings after scalping two wickets in the first match of the ongoing T20I series against India played in Colombo.
India’s Bhuvneshwar Kumar who registered four wickets haul in that match has advanced up by four slots to 16th position in the latets weekly update to the T20I Rankings. The latest weekly update in the T20I Rankings includes performances in the three match T20I series between Zimbabwe & Bangladesh & even the last two matches of the Ireland vs South Africa series.
India’s leg spinner Yuzvendra Chahal moved up by 10 places to 21st position. Zimbabwe fast bowler Blessing Muzarbani advanced up by 37 places to 31st position while Sri lanka fast bowler Dushmantha Chameera moved up by five places to 37th position. These are few bowlers who have moved up on ICC T20I Player’s Rankings list for bowlers.
Indias’ white ball series captain Shikhar Dhawan has gained five slots after scoring 46 runs off 36 balls & has now joint 29th spot along with South Africa opener Reeza Hendricks, who advanced by three places scoring 69 runs in the last match of the series which the Proteas won 3-0. Others who gained in the batsmen list include South Africa’s David Miller who moved up by nine places to 33rd position, India’s Suryakumar Yadav advanced up by 25 places to 42nd position & Zimbabwe’s Wesley Madhevere moved up by 59 places to 70th position.
ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings includes the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super Legaue Series between West Indies & Australia Series & the dinal match between Sri Lanka-India series. Australia fats bowler Josh Hazlewood moved up by five places to second position after scalping five wickets in the series while Mitchell Starc moved up by 10 places to eight position by scalping 11 wickets including a five wicket haul in the first match.
In the ICC Men’s ODI Player rankings for batters, Australia’s Alex Carey moved uup by three places to 22nd position & Sri lanka’s Avishka Fernando has advanced up by 10 places to 52nd position. Left arm spinner Ashton Agar moved up by 18 places to 65th position among bowlers after sclaping two wickets & scoring an unbeaten 19 runs in the final match of the Australia-West Indies ODI series.