There is no adjust at the leading of the rankings with Babar Azam highest ranked batsman, Rashid Khan is leading-ranked bowler and Glenn Maxwell is the top all-rounder.
Kuldeep Yadav and Adam Zampa have made large jumps in the ICC T20I Rankings released on Monday (November 26) with both getting into the prime-five of the bowlers charts for the initial time in their careers. The newest player rankings contain performances in the one-off T20I between Australia and South Africa, and the T20I series between Australia and India.
In the batting rankings, Shikhar Dhawan is the largest mover, increasing 5 areas to a profession-high 11th place. The left-hander scored 76 and 41 runs, while the 2nd match in Melbourne was washed-out. KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma have both dropped two areas to go sixth and ninth respectively.
Yadav has jumped 20 areas to declare the third place, while Zampa has leaped 17 areas to occupy the fifth place. The two wrist-spinners have edged out seamers Jasprit Bumrah of India and Bangladesh’s Mustafizur Rahman out of the prime-20 to enhance the quantity of slow bowlers to 13 in the prime-20 listing. Other people to drop ground inside the prime-20 are South Africa’s Imran Tahir in ninth (down by 3 areas), Yuzvendra Chahal in 11th (down by seven areas), Australia’s Billy Stanlake in 14th (down by 5 areas) and Andrew Tye in 18th (down by eight areas).
There is no adjust at the prime of the rankings with Babar Azam of Pakistan continuing to be the prime-ranked batsman, while Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan is the prime-ranked bowler and Glenn Maxwell of Australia is the top all-rounder.