ICC ODI Rankings: Mohammed Siraj jumps 15 places to climb to third; Virat Kohli jumps to fourth

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All
these
cricketers
played
an
important
role
in
Team
India’s
emphatic
3-0
series
sweep
against
Sri
Lanka
and
they
will
continue
to
produce
similar
feat
against
New
Zealand
as
the
ODI
series
begins
Wednesday
(January
18).
Kuldeep
Yadav
was
also
well
compensated
for
their
performances
against
Sri
Lanka.

Virat
Kohli
latest
ICC
ODI
Rankings

Kohli

who
slammed
two
centuries
in
the
just-concluded
home
series

has
risen
up
two
places
to
jump
to
fourth
position
in
the
latest
list
for
ODI
batters.
The
Indian
swashbuckler
who
has
been
in
excellent
form
amassed
a
whopping
283
runs
from
three
innings
to
help
India
sweep
the
series
over
Sri
Lanka.

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Day
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While
Pakistan
skipper
Babar
Azam
remains
way
out
in
front
with
887
rating
points,
Kohli
rises
to
a
total
of
750
points
and
has
second-placed
Rassie
van
der
Dussen
(766)
and
third-placed
Quinton
de
Kock
(759)
well
within
his
sights.

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Virat
Kohli
catching
up
with
Babar
Azam

Shubman
Gill
jumps
10
places
in
ODI
rankings

Gill
hit
a
century
and
a
fifty
during
the
series
and
his
207
runs
at
an
average
of
69
helped
the
opener
improve
10
spots
to
26th
overall
on
the
rankings
for
ODI
batters.

Mohammed
Siraj
ICC
ODI
Rankings
for
bowlers

Siraj
has
made
the
most
eye-catching
move
in
the
rankings
as
the
28-year-old
pacer
has
jumped
a
massive
15
spots
to
third
on
the
list
for
ODI
bowlers
following
his
nine
wickets
in
the
series
against
Sri
Lanka.

No
bowler
picked
up
more
wickets
during
that
series
and
Siraj
improves
to
a
career-best
rating
of
685
points
to
close
in
on
pacesetters
Trent
Boult
(730)
and
Josh
Hazlewood
(727).

Kuldeep
Yadav
ICC
ODI
Ranking
improves

Kuldeep
was
also
rewarded
for
his
five
wickets
from
just
two
matches
against
Sri
Lanka,
with
the
left-armer
jumping
seven
places
to
21st
on
the
latest
bowler
rankings.
The
chinaman
spinner
didn’t
get
to
play
all
the
matches
in
the
series
but
made
clear
impacts
in
whatever
games
he
got
a
chance.

NZ
and
Pakistan
players
make
gains

A
trio
of
players
from
Pakistan
and
New
Zealand
also
moved
up
the
rankings
following
the
recent
completion
of
their
ODI
series
in
Karachi.

New
Zealand
skipper
Kane
Williamson
scored
164
runs
during
the
series
and
moved
up
three
places
to
eighth
overall
on
the
latest
batter
rankings,
while
teammate
Devon
Conway
improved
from
outside
the
top
100
to
50th
after
a
century
and
fifty
throughout
the
three
games.

Mohammad
Nawaz
was
the
big
mover
for
Pakistan,
with
the
left-arm
spinner
improving
12
spots
to
28th
on
the
list
for
bowlers
after
collecting
six
wickets
for
the
series.

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