ICC Top 10 T20I Batting Rankings And See Which Team They Are in IPL 2024: The auction for the great Indian cricketing festival Indian Premier League is just around the corner and the market of rumors is quite hot as it gets during this phase. Just a few days before the business day, ICC has also released the latest T20I batting rankings, and here we are with the list of ICC Top 10 T20I Batting Rankings and teams they are in IPL 2024.
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IPL has been the biggest cricket league in the past few years. A 10-team tournament, sailing over a 50+ days duration, around 74 games, and more than 150 world-class players in a single league, and playing in a country with the largest population globally where almost every head celebrates cricket like a festival! You can imagine the popularity of IPL by Glenn Maxwell’s comment when he said “The IPL will probably be the last tournament I ever play, as I will play the IPL until I can’t walk anymore.”
Following the conclusion of the ICC ODI World Cup, the spotlight has come back to cricket’s shortest format. In order to prepare for the T20 World Cup next year, each side has implemented its T20 strategies and established T20I FTPs. In the meanwhile, India will host the IPL just before the T20I World Cup, providing an excellent opportunity for the Indian players to put their skills to the test against elite bowlers from across the globe.
We now know exactly who will play for which club as all ten teams disclosed their retention and release lists before to the auction. The teams have put their faith in Indian names as well as certain foreign stars.
Down below is the Top 10 ICC T20I batting Rankings and which team they are in IPL 2024.
ICC T20I Batting Rankings
1- Surya Kumar Yadav
Surya Kumar Yadav has been an outstanding middle-order batsman not just for Mumbai Indians but also for Team India in the shortest format. With a sizable lead in Rating Points, he is presently the top batter in the ICC Men’s T20I batting rankings.
Surya has been a member of the Mumbai Indians for a considerable amount of time after having played for the Kolkata Knight Riders in the past. In 139 IPL games, he has amassed 3249 runs at a strike rate of 143, with 21 half-centuries and one century.
2- Mohammad Rizwan
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3- Aiden Markram
Aiden Markram is one of the key players that Sunrises Hyderabad have invested in and interested in for quite a long time. This South African right-handed batsman captained the franchise last year but unfortunately ended on the bottommost position of the points table.
He has featured in as many as 33 matches and scored some 775 odd runs at a strike rate of 130+. He is currently the third-ranked T20I player as well.
4- Babar Azam
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5- Rilee Rossouw
In the 2023 Indian Premier League, left-handed top-order hitter Rilee Rossouw was a member of the Delhi Capitals and had a dull season. Delhi Capitals have released him. In 14 IPL 2023 games, he scored just 262 runs at an average of little over 21.
6- Dawid Malan
Dawid Malan, an English batsman who is rated sixth in the ICC T20I Batting rankings, has only participated in one IPL game, for the Punjab Kings franchise. He will be up for auction this season after being released by the Punjab Kings team.
7- Ruturaj Gaikwad
Ruturaj Gaikwad has done some amazing things in the past couple of years. He climbed to the top 10 batting rankings following an excellent series against Australia on home soil. He is a young batter, is playing under MS Dhoni for Chennai Super Kings, and plays like a well-experienced batsman.
In the total 52 matches in the IPL, he has scored 1797 with a strike rate of 135. He has one century and 14 half-centuries under his belt in franchise cricket.
8- Jos Buttler
Jos Buttler, an aggressive right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman from England, has been a member of the Rajasthan Royals for a significant amount of time. With a strike rate of about 150 and an average of about 38, he has amassed 3226 runs in 96 games played.
9- Reeza Hendricks
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10- Glenn Phillips
The Sunrisers Hyderabad have decided to keep Glenn Phillips on board. He is a middle-order batsman who has only appeared in eight games and had little time at the wicket. He may, however, keep going since he has a strong ODI form on his back. As per the ICC Men’s T20I Batting rankings, he is ranked tenth.
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