In the ODI rankings released by the International Cricket Council, Babar Azam is first with 892 points, Imamul Haq is second with 815 points and South Africa’s Rasi Wan is at third place after advancing three ranks.
Indian batsman Virat Kohli’s ranking dropped one notch after which he reached the fourth position, followed by Rohit Sharma at fifth, South Africa’s de Kock at sixth, Ross Taylor at seventh, David Warner at eighth and ninth, tenth respectively. Jonny Bristow and Aaron Finch remained.
In the ranking of ODI bowlers, New Zealand’s Trent Boult is first, India’s Jasprit Bumrah is second and Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi is third. In ICC’s T20 ranking, Babar Azam is first with 818 points, Mohammad Rizwan with 794 points. Second, South Africa’s Aiden Markram was third, England’s David Milan was fourth while Indian batsman Surya Kumar Yadav was fifth.
Aaron Finch (Australia), Dion Conway (New Zealand), Nicholas Puran (West Indies), Sri Lanka’s Patham Nissanka, South Africa’s Reci Wain were ranked sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth respectively.
If we talk about T20 batting, there are three players from Pakistan in the top fifty, apart from Babar and Rizwan, Fakhar Zaman is number 43. No Pakistani bowler is included in the top ten of T20 bowlers’ ranking, but England’s Adil. Rashid came first. In the ranking of all-rounders, Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi, Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh) and Moeen Ali were ranked first, second and third respectively, while Shaheen Afridi was ranked 12th, Shadab Khan 17th, Haris Rauf 27th, Imad Wasim 44th, Muhammad Nawaz 61st, Hassan Ali 65th and Faheem Ashraf 97th.