ICC T20 Ranking: KL Rahul Moves Up To 4th In Latest T20 Rankings, Gains One Spot

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KL Rahul of India celebrates 50 runs during the T20 International Match

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  • Lokesh Rahul jumps to fourth place in the ICC T20 batting rankings
  • Rahul earned a place in the ICC T20 batting ranking released on Wednesday
  • Kohli 10th and new limited overs team captain Rohit Sharma remains in 11th place

India starter Lokesh Rahul earned a place in the ICC T20 batting rankings released on Wednesday. Rahul moved up one place to fourth position while Virat Kohli is tenth and new limited overs captain Rohit Sharma remains at 11th position. Fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar is the best ranked Indian bowler in the twentieth position. They have lost a place.

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Indian rhythm spearhead Jasprit Bumrah is ranked 26th, two places lower. No Indian has found a place on the off-road list. India has not played any T20 International in recent times. Left-arm spinner Akil Hossain and pacemaker Jason Holder have achieved career-high rankings, playing a key role in West Indies’ 17-run win in the decisive fifth match against England at Bridgetown. The weekly men’s table update looked at the performances of the West Indies and England in the last three games of the series. Aqeel has jumped 15 places to 18th position. He took six wickets in three matches, including four from 30 in the final match. The all-rounder and former captain, who took five wickets for 27 runs, including four wickets on four balls in the final match, moved up three places to 23rd.

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In the batting ranking, Nicholas Pooran has gained eight spots to rank 18th. He scored 113 runs in three games, including a 70-run inning. Brendan King (up 25 places to 58th) and West Indies captain Kieron Pollard (up 15 places to 60th) also improved their rankings. Moeen, who was voted the series’ best player in Game 4 of the series against the West Indies, moved up 30 places to 67th after scoring 73 runs in three games. He also picked up two wickets in these matches, making him third on the off-road list, beating out Glenn Maxwell and Wanindu Hasaranga.

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