ICC ODI Rankings: Ross Taylor breaks into top-5, Jasprit Bumrah loses the top spot

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Following his superior performance against India in the recently concluded three-match One-Day International (ODI) series, New Zealand’s Ross Taylor has jumped to fourth place in the latest released International Cricket Council (ICC) ODI batting rankings with 828 ratings.


South Africa skipper Quinton de Kock has gained two positions and moved to seventh place with 782 points, surpassing New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson and England Test team captain Joe Root.

India’s Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma remain at the first and second place with 869 and 855 points, respectively. Pakistan’s Babar Azam sits comfortably at the third spot with 829 ratings.



Among bowlers, India’s frontline pacer Jasprit Bumrah has slipped from the first spot to second place, whereas Kiwi speedster Trent Boult has acquired the top position.

Aussie paceman Mitchell Starc has jumped two spots and reached the eighth place with 645 ratings, while New Zealander duo of Matt Henry and Lockie Ferguson have fallen to ninth and tenth positions, respectively.

When it comes to all-rounders, Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi has climbed to No.1 position by earning 301 ratings, surpassing England superstar Ben Stokes.


New Zealand all-rounder Colin de Grandhomme, who played a crucial role in defeating India in the third and final ODI at Bay Oval, has jumped four positions to grab the fourth spot with 266 points. India’s Ravindra Jadeja also shined in the recently-concluded series, and therefore he has jumped three positions to claim the seventh place with 246 points.

The Zimbabwean duo of Sikandar Raza and Sean Williams have retained their ninth and tenth spots comfortably.

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