In spite of neglecting to hold his IPL form, South African batsman AB de Villiers kept on staying at the highest point of the ICC player rankings for ODI batsmen, released on Monday, while India’s pillar Virat Kohli, who skipped the Zimbabwe visit, is set at No. 2.
De Villiers scored only 121 keeps running in 6 matches with a top score of 39 amid the simply finished up tri-arrangement where has West Indies and Australia were the other two teams.
Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan are the two other Indian batsman in the main 10. The Indian openers involve the 6th and eighth positions separately. Abdominal muscle de Villiers’ compatriot Hashim Amla is set third.
Australia’s Marsh has increased six spots to achieve 28th. Bog scored 154 keeps running in the tri-arrangement, including a 79 not out against the West Indies in a group amusement at the Kensington Oval in Barbados.
West Indies’ Marlon Samuels has increased two spots to achieve 27th while their smart left-gave batsman Darren Bravo has earned 10 spots to assert 40th spot in the wake of scoring 222 keeps running in the competition, including 102 against South Africa in an unquestionable requirement win match against South Africa. Farhaan Behardien of South Africa has bounced six spots to 49th spot. West Indies’ Kieron Pollard is presently in 54th spot subsequent to climbing six spots.
There is some uplifting news for England batsmen also. Opener Alex Hales has bounced seven spots to guarantee a profession high 24th position, while Jason Roy has made an increase of 12 places and is currently on a vocation high 78th position.
Sri Lanka batsmen making upward developments after three ODIs against England incorporate Angelo Mathews twentieth (up by two spots), Dinesh Chandimal 59th (up by 11 places) and Upul Tharanga 98th (up by five spots)
|1||AB de Villiers|
|9||Quinton de Kock|
|11||Faf du Plessis|
|13||MS Dhoni |
|32||Shakib Al Hasan|