Reshuffle in ICC rankings, threat to Babar Azam’s chairmanship

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Babar Azam

ICC ODI Rankings: Teams from all over the world will compete against each other before the 2023 World Cup. In the Asia Cup 2023, the teams of India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will play their respective matches. There is also an ODI series between Australia and South Africa. There will also be strong games between England and New Zealand. Meanwhile, new ODI rankings have been released by the ICC. This time, major changes and upheavals can be observed. Indian players in particular have benefited greatly.

Babar Azam is the number one batsman in the ICC ODI rankings

Babar Azam continues to hold the top spot in the ICC’s new ODI rankings. Its rating is now 863. Its rating, which was previously 882, has dropped, but it is still number one. Meanwhile, Shubman Gill has received huge benefits after his brilliant performance. He used to be in third place with a rating of 750, but now his rating has increased to 759, which puts him directly in second place. Now he will soon be seen challenging Babar Azam for the top spot.

David Warner also benefited in the ICC rankings

Afterwards, the South African Rassie van der Dussen is in third place, whose rating was 777 last week and has now dropped to 745, he has lost one place. Meanwhile, Australia’s David Warner performed well last week, which also helped him in the ratings. With a rating of 739, he has now reached fourth place. Previously he was in sixth place. At the same time, Imam ul Haq of Pakistan did not fight, which is why he suffered defeat. With a rating of 735, he has now moved up to fifth place.

Harry Tactor remains in the top 10

Irish batsman Harry Tactor has now moved to number six. Last week his rating was 726, which is still the same, but he moved from fifth to sixth place with a loss of one place. The South African Quinton De Kock also made up a place. With a rating of 721, he is in seventh place.

Virat Kohli loses a place, Rohit Sharma wins

Virat Kohli has now lost a place. With a rating of 715, he is in eighth place. Previously, he was in tenth place with a rating of 695. He benefited from the century innings he played against Pakistan, but his bat didn’t work against Sri Lanka, which is why he is ranked eighth. While Rohit Sharma scored another half-century against Pakistan, he also played an innings of more than 50 runs against Sri Lanka. This means they have come to the top again. He is currently ranked ninth with a rating of 707. At the same time, Fakhar Zaman from Pakistan is continuously going downhill. He is now in tenth place with a rating of 705.

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