Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma extend dominance at the top
Indian captain and vice-captain duo Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma dominance at the top two in the ICC ODI rankings as the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League gets underway today in Southampton. Meanwhile, Jasprit Bumrah is the second-best ODI bowler on the latest list released Tuesday.
As the ICC launched the ODI Super League, a qualifier for the 2023 World Cup in India that aims to add context to the over 50 formats, the stagnant ODI ranking list will have some moves and shakes, but from Now, there is no change to the rankings. The Indian duo of Kohli and Rohit have extended their dominance at the top as the No. 1 and No. 2 player closely followed by Babar Azam of Pakistan.
The England-Ireland series, starting today, will also see some major changes in the phenomena as Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow will try to make it to the top 10 as they both enjoyed the best personal rankings for ninth place in the past. They are currently 11th and 14th respectively.
Among bowlers, Bumrah, with 719 qualification points, ranks second behind New Zealand runner Trent Boult, who has 722 qualification points. Mujeeb Ur Rahman (701) ranks third at the table, while Ravindra Jadeja is the only Indian to rank in the top 10 best players in eighth place. Mohammad Nabi leads the category, followed by England’s off-road Ben Stokes, but the latter will not participate in the Irish series as he was part of the test team.