KL Rahul gains in ICC T20 rankings, Virat Kohli retains his place


In the latest ICC T20 rankings, Indian captain Virat Kohli remains at the fifth position, but wicketkeeper-batsman KL Rahul has gained a place and has moved up to the sixth position. Virat Kohli currently has 762 points while David Malan is at number one with 888 points. In the T20 rankings, Aaron Finch is at number two with 830 points, while Pakistan captain Babar Azam is at number four with 828 points and Devon Conway is at number four with 774 rating points. KL Rahul has now come at number six with 743 points, while Glenn Maxwell is at number seven.

Only Virat Kohli and KL Rahul are in the top ten in the ICC T20 batsmen's rankings, while there is no Indian player in the top ten in the rankings of bowlers and all-rounders. While talking about the ODI rankings, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are included in the top five batsmen. While Virat Kohli is at number two, Rohit Sharma is at number three while Babar Azam is present at number one. Only Jasprit Bumrah is in the top ten in the ODI bowlers' rankings, who has lost a place to be at number six, while Ravindra Jadeja remains at the ninth position in the ODI all-rounders' rankings.

England cricket team's all-rounder Chris Woakes has reached the third position in the ranking of bowlers, the best ranking of his ODI career. Woakes bowled brilliantly for England in the three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka. Woakes took six wickets in two matches, taking four for 18 in the first ODI. In the bowlers' ranking, Trent Boult is first and Bangladesh's Mehndi Hasan is at number two. On the other hand, England fast bowler David Willey, who took 9 wickets in the three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka, has gained 13 places to reach 37th position. He was also adjudged Player of the Series.