ICC Men’s ODI Ranking Updated After Pakistan vs Afghanistan 1st ODI 2023 | ICC Men’s ODI Player Ranking: On August 23, the International Cricket Council (ICC) released the ICC Men’s ODI Player Ranking; Babar Azam is still the top-ranked batsman in ODI Batting Rankings.
He has been in excellent form in recent months. Rassie van der Dussen retained his second place, whereas Imam-ul-Haq jumped one place and now occupies third spot.
Indian Star batter Shubman Gill has moved to the fourth spot after performing well in the ODI series against West Indies. Virat Kohli remains in 9th place with a 705 rating, whereas Rohit Sharma is ranked 11th with a 693 rating.
In the bowling rankings, Australia’s Josh Hazlewood is still the top-ranked bowler, followed by his teammate Mitchell Starc. Mujeeb-ur-Rahman jumped to the third spot, whereas Rashid Khan dropped to the fourth place. Mohd. Siraj lost his fourth spot and has moved to 5th place in ODI Bowling Rankings.
Shakib Al Hasan is the top-ranked all-rounder with a 371 rating, whereas Mohammad Nabi and Sikandar Raza present in the second and third spot, respectively. There is no Indian in the ODI All-Rounders ranking because India hasn’t played many ODI matches in the last few months.
ICC Men’s ODI Player Ranking [Batting]
|2||Rassie van der Dussen||777|
|8||Quinton de Kock||718|
ICC Men’s ODI Player Ranking [Bowling]
|3||Mujeeb Ur Rahman||680|
ICC Men’s ODI Player Ranking [All-Rounder]
|1||Shakib Al Hasan||371|
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