There was a big change in the ICC test ranking, this player from Australia and Pakistan got a big advantage

The International Cricket Council has published the latest batsman and bowler rankings in test cricket. There has been a big change in the latest rankings published by the ICC. In fact, in the batting rankings, Australian Marnus Labuschagne ranked second, leaving Steve Smith and Kane Williamson behind. At the same time, in the bowler rankings, Pakistan fast pitcher Shaheen Afridi came in third place, leaving behind Australian fast pitcher Josh Hazlewood and Black Caps fast pitcher Tim Southee.

Apart from this, Afridi’s compatriot Hasan Ali has also made it to the top 10. At the same time, new Australian captain Pat Cummins retained his No. 1 bowling ranking after a seven-course performance against England at the Gabba. Labuschagne has moved from fourth to second after the first Ash Test. With this success, he has left behind veterans like Smith and Williamson, who each lost one job.

Travis Head, who scored a century on the Gabba, jumped 16 spots to the top 10. He currently ranks 10th with South Africa’s Quinton de Kock.

On the other hand, the T20 batting standings also underwent some major changes, with Pakistan captain Babar Azam dropped from top spot as Babar had not scored a run in the first two T20Is against the West Indies. He has slipped under England’s David Malan and South Africa’s Aiden Markram to third place.

In the T20 bowling rankings, Shadab Khan jumped five places to reach the top 10. He has finished ninth with three wickets in two games against the West Indies in Karachi.

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