ICC ODI’s : Sri Lanka, New Zealand stars make huge gains in ICC ODI Player Rankings

Wanindu Hasaranga, Tom Latham, and Kane Williamson have risen to the top of the MRF Tyres ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings.

Rankings of ICC ODI Batters

Shreyas Iyer and Shubman Gill

Tom Latham hit a stunning century walking into bat in the first ODI against India, helping New Zealand chase down 300+ in Auckland. His 145* off 104 balls have helped him climb 10 places to No.18 in the MRF Tyres ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings for batters.

Kane Williamson, the skipper, played the perfect second fiddle with an unbeaten 98-ball 94, breaking into the top 10 at number ten (up one place). Shreyas Iyer and Shubman Gill were two of India’s three half-centurions, and both were rewarded by rising to No.27 (up six places) and No.34 (up three places).

Rankings of ICC ODI Bowlers

Lockie Ferguson

With figures of 3/59, Lockie Ferguson was the pick of the bowlers for both teams in the first ODI. The ace pacer moves up three spots in the bowler rankings to No.32. Matt Henry jumps four spots to No. 5 thanks to his economic run and Mujeeb Ur Rahman’s drop in the rankings.

Afghanistan’s memorable win over Sri Lanka in the first ODI in Pallekele caused more movement in the ODI Rankings. Centurion Ibrahim Zadran rose 73 spots to No.122 in the batters’ rankings, while fellow opener Rahmanullah Gurbaz rose 21 spots to No.48. Rahmat Shah’s fifty has propelled him to joint No.22 in the ICC ODI rankings, and he remains Afghanistan’s top ODI batter.

Rankings of ICC ODI All-Rounders

Wanindu Hasaranga

Wanindu Hasaranga fought hard with the bat for Sri Lanka in the chase, and for his 46-ball 66 and two-wicket spell, he rose nine spots in the all-rounders ranking and broke into the top 10 to sit at No.8.


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