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ICC ODI rankings 2019: Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah and Smriti Mandhana on top

Smriti Mandhana has moved up three spots to attain the number one rank in the updated ICC ODI batting rankings.

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ICC ODI rankings 2019: Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah and Smriti Mandhana on top

The International Cricket Council released the latest ODI Rankings for Men’s and Women’s cricket. After the last ODI match between India and New Zealand, the second-placed Indian Men’s ODI team have gained one point to bridge the gap with ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 hosts England. While New Zealand have slipped behind South Africa to fourth place after their 4-1 series loss to India.

ICC 2019: Men’s ODI Team Rankings

RANK

TEAM

WEIGHTED MATCHES

POINTS

RATING

1  England 55 6,918 126
2  INDIA 66 8,058 122
3  South Africa 50 5,545 111
4  New Zealand 51 5,645 111
5  Pakistan 48 4,872 102
6  Australia 43 4,290 100
7  Bangladesh 39 3,608 93
8  Sri Lanka 57 4,426 78
9  West Indies 40 2,899 72
10  Afghanistan 36 2,394 67

ICC 2019: Men’s ODI Batting Rankings

Indian skipper Virat Kohli who recently named as the Men’s Cricketer of the Year, ODI cricketer of the year, Test cricketer of the year is on the top spot and he is followed by compatriot Rohit Sharma who is at the second place with 854 points.

RANK

PLAYER

TEAM

RATING

1 Virat Kohli INDIA 887
Rohit Sharma INDIA 854
3 Ross Taylor ENGLAND 821
4 Joe Root ENGLAND 807
5 Babar Azam PAKISTAN 801
6 Francois du Plessis SOUTH AFRICA 791
7 Shai Hope WEST INDIES 780
8 Quinton de Kock SOUTH AFRICA 758
9 Fakhar Zaman PAKISTAN 755
10 Shikhar Dhawan INDIA 744

ICC 2019: Men’s ODI Bowling Rankings

Indian bowling sensation Jasprit Bumrah who surprised the Australian side with his disciplined bowling in the Test and ODI series in January grabs the top spot in ICC Men’s ODI Bowling Rankings 2019. Indian spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal are at 4th and 5th place respectively.

RANK

PLAYER

TEAM

RATING

1 Jasprit Bumrah INDIA 808
2 Rashid Khan 788
3 Trent Boult 732
4 Kuldeep Yadav 719
Yuzvendra Chahal 709
6 Mustafizur Rahman 695
7 Kagiso Rabada 688
8 Adil Rashid 683
9 Mujeeb Zadran 679
10 Josh Hazlewood 665

ICC 2019: Women’s ODI Team Rankings

Team India Women (122) are just one point away from the second placed England’s Women team (123). Australia Women team is on the top with an 18 points lead over second-placed England.

RANK

TEAM

WEIGHTED MATCHES

POINTS

RATING

1  Australia 22 3,110 141
2  England 24 2,963 123
3  INDIA 29 3,542 122
4  New Zealand 29 3,266 113
5  South Africa 36 3,538 98
6  West Indies 19 1,754 92
7  Pakistan 23 1,652 72
8  Sri Lanka 23 1,335 58
9  Bangladesh 13 632 49
10  Ireland 10 211 21

ICC 2019: Women’s ODI Batting Rankings

Smriti Mandhana has moved up three spots to attain the number one rank in the updated ICC ODI batting rankings, released on Saturday. Indian batswoman Smriti Mandhana is at the first place maintaining a lead of 70 points over second-placed Australian Ellyse Perry. Indian Women skipper Mithali Raj is at the 5th spot.

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PLAYER

TEAM

RATING

1 Smriti Mandhana IND 751
2 Ellyse Perry AUS 681
3 Meg Lanning 675
4 Amy Satterthwaite 669
5 Mithali Raj 669
6 Suzie Bates 660
7 Lizelle Lee 659
8 Tammy Beaumont 657
9 Stafanie Taylor 632
10 Chamari Athapaththu 628

ICC 2019: Women’s ODI Bowling Rankings

Three Indian women bowlers have made it to the list of ICC’s top 10 Women Bowlers 2019. Jhulan Goswami, Poonam Yadav and Deepti Sharma are at 4th, 8th and 9th spot respectively.

RANK

PLAYER

TEAM

RATING

1 Sana Mir PAK 663
2 Megan Schutt 660
3 Marizanne Kapp 643
Jhulan Goswami 639
5 Jess Jonassen 636
6 Shibnam Ismail 603
7 Katherine Brunt 592
Poonam Yadav 581
Deepti Sharma 578
10 Stafanie Taylor 573

If New Zealand Men’s team would have won the 5th ODI against India for a 3-2 series result then India and New Zealand would have remained on their pre-series tally of 121 and 113 points, respectively.

Pakistan, who lost a close series to South Africa 3-2 last week, are in fifth position with 102 points while World champions Australia are in sixth place with 100 points.

After scoring her fourth ODI century and an unbeaten 90 in the three-match series against New Zealand, Mandhana now sits above the Australians Ellyse Perry and Meg Lanning.

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