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    Hasan Ali jumps 16 places to move to 19th position in ICC ODI bowlers rankings

    India captain Virat Kohli has reclaimed the top batting spot, while Australia’s pace ace Josh Hazlewood has achieved the number-one position in the bowlers’ rankings for the first time in his career in the latest MRF Tyres ICC ODI Player Rankings, which were released on Tuesday morning following the conclusion of the last round of league matches in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.

    Kohli had entered the tournament 22 points behind number-one ranked AB de Villiers of South Africa (who had been No.1 since 25 February 2017) and 19 points behind Australia’s David Warner. However, following knocks of 81 not out against Pakistan and 76 not out against South Africa, he has leapfrogged de Villiers and Warner into the number-spot.

    Kohli, who is ahead of David Warner by just one point, had enjoyed just four days at the top in January 2017, but will now be aiming to do better when he faces Bangladesh in the second semi-final at Edgbaston on Thursday.

    India’s opener Shikhar Dhawan has continued his love-affair with the ICC Champions Trophy by returning into the top 10. The left-hander has vaulted five places to 10th following scores of 68 against Pakistan, 125 against Sri Lanka and 78 against South Africa.

    Dhawan’s rise means his team-mates Rohit Sharma and former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni have slipped one place each to 13th and 14th, respectively, while Yuvraj Singh has gained six places and is now in 88th spot.

    Fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar has led the charge of India’s bowlers by vaulting 13 places to share 23rdspot with Afghanistan’s Hamza Hotak. Umesh Yadav has gained two places and is now 41st, while Jasprit Bumrah is 43rd after rising three places.

    However, India’s spinners have slipped in the latest rankings with Ravichandran Ashwin dropping two places to 20th and Ravindra Jadeja falling three places to 29th.

    England’s impressive form in the ICC Champions Trophy is reflected in the latest player rankings.

    Amongst the batsmen, Joe Root has moved up one place to fourth and Ben Stokes has rocketed nine places to a career-high 20th place, whereas amongst the bowlers,Liam Plunkett has jumped seven places to a career-best ninth spot, Adil Rashid has shot up nine places to 11th spot, Mark Wood has risen 35 places to a career-high 39th position and Jake Ball is now ranked 53rd after gaining 25 places.

    Eoin Morgan has slipped one place to 18th and Jos Buttler has dropped two places to 19th following Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal’s rise from 19th to 17th in the latest rankings.

    Apart from Tamim, wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has retained his 21st spot, Shakib Al Hasan has moved up one place to 30th and Mahmudullah has climbed six places to 37th position.

    In contrast, Bangladesh bowlers have headed in the opposite direction with Shakib plummeting seven places to 16th, Mashrafe Mortaza slipping four places to 18th, Mustafizur Rahman sliding six places to 21st, Rubel Hossain finishing in 60th place after dropping four places and Taskin Ahmed falling one place to 63rd.

    Pakistan, which takes on England in the first semi-final in Cardiff on Tuesday, also has something to celebrate in the latest rankings.

    Its gutsy wicketkeeper-batsman and captain Sarfraz Ahmed has jumped five places to claim 31st ranking in the batting table, fast bowler Hassan Ali has stormed to a career-best 19th rank after vaulting 16 places, Imad Wasim has gained eight places to occupy 31st spot and Mohammad Amir has earned one spot and is now 37th.


    Pakistan’s batsmen slide in the rankings include Babar Azam (eighth, down by one place), Mohammad Hafeez (22nd, down by two places), Azhar Ali (42nd, down by two) and Shoaib Malik (48th, down by one).

    World champion Australia’s only consolation in the latest player rankings is that its fast bowler Josh Hazlewood has claimed the coveted number-one position for the first time in his career.

    Hazlewood is currently the leading wicket-taker in the tournament with nine wickets in three matches, including six for 52 against New Zealand in a game which was abandoned due to rain.

    Hazlewood, who is the first Australia bowler to top the bowling charts since October 2015 when Mitchell Starc peaked to the top, has leapfrogged Imran Tahir, Starc and Kagiso Rabada.

    There is no change in the top five of the all-rounders’ list, which is headed by Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan. However, Stokes has gained one spot and is now sixth, while Jadeja has broken into the top 10 in eighth position after rising three places.

    Away from the ICC Champions Trophy, West Indies and Afghanistan are involved in a three-match ODI series, which is presently locked at one-all. Following Afghanistan’s shocking win in the opening match, wrist spinner Rashid Khan has rocketed 18 places to seventh place after claiming seven for 18.

    The defeat in St Lucia on 9 June has severely dented ninth-ranked the West Indies as it has dropped from 79 points to 77 points in the MRF Tyes ICC ODI Team Rankings. Even if it wins the series-decider on 14 June, it will finish on 78 points, which is not good news considering 30 September is the cut-off date for automatic qualification for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

    As England plus the next seven highest-ranked sides as on 30 September will qualify directly, the West Indies’ 9 June loss plus Pakistan’s victories against highest-ranked South Africa and Sri Lanka means Pakistan is now ahead of the West Indies by 14 points.

    Meanwhile, there is no change in the rankings of the top three sides following 12 matches in the ICC Champions Trophy, though number-one ranked South Africa has dropped three points and second-ranked Australia has conceded one point.

    However, England has swapped places with New Zealand and is now ranked fourth, three points ahead of the Black Caps.

    In the upcoming matches, India will have a chance to top the table. But for that to happen, it will not only want to face England in the final but also need to retain the title. In this scenario, Kohli’s side will join South Africa on 119 points but will be ranked ahead of the Proteas by a fraction of a point.

    The following are various permutations for the upcoming matches in the ICC Champions Trophy:

    INDIA

    · If loses to Bangladesh in the semi-final, it will finish on 115 points

    · If beats Pakistan in the final, it will finish second on 119 points

    · If loses to Pakistan in the final, it will finish on 116 points

    · If beats England in the final, it will finish on top of the table on 119 points

    · If loses to England in the final, it will finish on 116 points

    ENGLAND

    · If loses to Pakistan in the semi-final, it will finish on 113 points

    · If beats Bangladesh in the final, it will finish on 116 points

    · If loses to Bangladesh in the final, it will finish on 114 points

    · If beats India in the final, it will finish on 116 points

    · If loses to India in the final, it will finish on 114 points

    BANGLADESH

    · If loses to India in the semi-final, it will finish on 94 points

    · If beats England in the final, it will finish on 99 points

    · If loses to England in the final, it will finish on 96 points

    · If beats Pakistan in the final, it will finish on 98 points

    · If loses to Pakistan in the final, it will finish on 95 points

    PAKISTAN

    · If loses to England in the semi-final, it will finish on 90 points

    · If beats India in the final, it will finish on 95 points

    · If loses to India in the final, it will finish on 92 points

    · If beats Bangladesh in the final, it will finish on 94 points

    · If loses to Bangladesh in the final, it will finish on 92 points

    Upcoming matches:

    14 June – England v Pakistan, Cardiff

    14 June – West Indies v Afghanistan, St Lucia

    15 June – Bangladesh v India, Edgbaston

    18 June – ICC Champions Trophy final, The Oval

    MRF Tyres ICC ODI Team Rankings (as on 13 June, after group stage matches in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 and second ODI between the West Indies and Afghanistan)

    Rank Team Points

    1 South Africa 119 (-3)

    2 Australia 117 (-1)

    3 India 117 (-)

    4 England 114 (+2)

    5 New Zealand 111 (-3)

    6 Bangladesh 95 (+2)

    7 Sri Lanka 93 (-)

    8 Pakistan 91 (+3)

    9 West Indies 77 (-2)

    10 Afghanistan 54 (+2)

    11 Zimbabwe 46

    12 Ireland 41

    (Developed by David Kendix)

    MRF Tyres ICC ODI Player Rankings (as on 13 June, after group stage matches in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 and second ODI between the West Indies and Afghanistan)

    Top 30 batsmen

    Rank (+/-) Player Team Points Avge Highest Rating

    1 (+2) Virat Kohli Ind 862 53.82 886 v Ban at Fatullah 2014

    2 ( - ) David Warner Aus 861 44.72 880 v Pak at Adelaide 2017

    3 (-2) AB de Villiers SA 847 53.55 902 v NZ at Auckland 2015

    4 (+1) Joe Root Eng 798 49.42 806 v NZ at Cardiff 2017

    5 (+4) Kane Williamson NZ 779 46.98 798 v SA at Centurion 2015

    6 (-2) Quinton de Kock SA 769 43.44 803 v NZ at Wellington 2017

    7 (-1) Faf du Plessis SA 768 43.41 791 v SL at Cape Town 2017

    8 (-1) Babar Azam Pak 763* 52.73 773 v SA at Edgbaston 2017

    9 (-2) Martin Guptill NZ 749 43.30 789 v SA at Hamilton 2017

    10 (+5) Shikhar Dhawan Ind 746 44.81 794 v SA at Melbourne 2015

    11 (-1) Hashim Amla SA 741 50.25 901 v Eng at Trent Bridge 2012

    12 (-1) Steve Smith Aus 740 44.26 752 v Pak at Sydney 2017

    13 (-1) Rohit Sharma Ind 728 41.82 761 v Aus at Sydney 2016

    14 (-1) MS Dhoni Ind 716 51.02 836 v Aus at Delhi 2009

    15 (-1) Ross Taylor NZ 707 44.12 743 v Zim at Harare 2015

    16 ( - ) Alex Hales Eng 688 38.67 705 v NZ at Cardiff 2017

    17 (+2) Tamim Iqbal Ban 678 34.17 688 v Aus at The Oval 2017

    18 (-1) Eoin Morgan Eng 676 38.77 690 v Aus at The Oval 2010

    19 (-2) Jos Buttler Eng 665 37.78 723 v Ban at Mirpur 2016

    20 (+9) Ben Stokes Eng 636! 33.77 636 v Aus at Edgbaston 2017

    21 ( - ) Mushfiqur Rahim Ban 627 31.88 671 v Zim at Mirpur 2015

    22= ( - ) George Bailey Aus 620 40.58 867 v SA at Harare 2014

    (-2) M. Hafeez Pak 620 32.51 665 v Ban at Mirpur 2014

    24 (-1) Glenn Maxwell Aus 619 32.95 735 v Ind at Canberra 2016

    25 (-1) Aaron Finch Aus 617 34.74 743 v Eng at Melbourne 2015

    26 ( - ) Angelo Mathews SL 613 40.55 707 v Eng at Colombo (RPS) 2014

    27 (+8) Kusal Mendis SL 610*! 37.38 610 v Pak at Cardiff 2017

    28 (-2) David Miller SA 609 39.27 632 v Ban at Mirpur 2015

    29 (+8) Travis Head Aus 606*! 40.75 606 v Eng at Edgbaston 2017

    30 (+1) Shakib Al Hasan Ban 603 34.98 683 v Pak at Mirpur 2012

    Top 30 bowlers

    Rank (+/-) Player Team Points Avge Eco. Highest Rating

    1 (+4) Josh Hazlewood Aus 732! 23.85 4.69 732 v Eng at Edgbaston 2017

    2 ( - ) Imran Tahir SA 718 23.87 4.66 786 v SL at Johannesburg 2017

    3 ( - ) Mitchell Starc Aus 701 20.13 4.81 783 v NZ at Melbourne 2015

    4 (-3) Kagiso Rabada SA 685 26.30 5.11 724 v Eng at Lord's 2017

    5 (-1) Sunil Narine WI 683 26.46 4.12 791 v SL at Jamaica 2013

    6 ( - ) Trent Boult NZ 665 25.48 5.00 766 v Ind at Delhi 2016

    7 (+18) Rashid Khan Afg 647*! 14.74 3.97 647 v WI at St Lucia 2017

    8 (-1) Chris Woakes Eng 630 31.60 5.58 651 v SA at Headingley 2017

    9 (+7) Liam Plunkett Eng 624* 30.15 5.75 634 v NZ at Cardiff 2017

    10 (-2) Mohammad Nabi Afg 618 32.74 4.29 653 v Zim at Harare 2017

    11 (+9) Adil Rashid Eng 614 32.43 5.61 655 v Ban at Chittagong 2016

    12 (-2) Mitchell Santner NZ 610* 33.77 4.99 617 v Ban at Dublin 2017

    13= (-2) Matt Henry NZ 606 25.26 5.62 675 v Aus at Hamilton 2016

    (-2) Akshar Patel Ind 606* 30.20 4.38 624 v NZ at Visakhapatnam 2016

    15 (-2) Amit Mishra Ind 600* 23.60 4.72 618 v NZ at Visakhapatnam 2016

    16 (-7) Shakib Al Hasan Ban 599 29.25 4.40 717 v Zim at Chittagong 2009

    17 (+4) Morne Morkel SA 596 24.48 4.94 717 v SL at East London 2012

    18 (-4) M. Mortaza Ban 591 30.54 4.75 653 v Zim at Mirpur 2009

    19 (+16) Hasan Ali Pak 589*! 24.94 5.70 589 v SL at Cardiff 2017

    20 (-2) R. Ashwin Ind 572 32.45 4.91 691 v SL at Hambantota 2012

    21= (-3) Dale Steyn SA 570 26.62 4.94 746 v Ind at Durban 2013

    (-6) M. Rahman Ban 570* 18.59 4.76 600 v NZ at Dublin 2017

    23= (+4) Hamza Hotak Afg 567* 25.40 3.92 571 v Ire at Greater Noida 2017

    (+13) B. Kumar Ind 567 38.72 4.93 657 v WI at Dharamsala 2014

    25= (-8) Jason Holder WI 566 32.96 5.43 605 v SL at Bulawayo 2016

    (-4) Mohammad Irfan Pak 566 30.71 4.91 641 v UAE at Napier 2015

    27 (-4) James Faulkner Aus 564 30.08 5.50 594 v Pak at Melbourne 2017

    28 (+1) Pat Cummins Aus 563* 27.30 5.54 575 v Ban at The Oval 2017

    29 (-3) Ravindra Jadeja Ind 561 34.87 4.89 738 v Zim at Bulawayo 2013

    30 (-6) Suranga Lakmal SL 551 30.47 5.50 563 v Ban at Colombo (SSC) 2017

    Top 10 all-rounders

    Rank (+/-) Player Team Points Highest Rating

    1 ( - ) Shakib Al Hasan Ban 361 453 v Zim at Chittagong 2009

    2 ( - ) M Hafeez Pak 339 438 v Ind at Kolkata 2013

    3 ( - ) Mohammad Nabi Afg 329 349 v Ire at Greater Noida 2017

    4 ( - ) Angelo Mathews SL 306 427 v Eng at Colombo (RPS) 2014

    5 ( - ) James Faulkner Aus 299 361 v NZ at Melbourne 2015

    6 (+1) Ben Stokes Eng 288! 288 v Aus at Edgbaston 2017

    7 (-1) Mitchell Marsh Aus 273 /* 322 v NZ at Canberra 2016

    8 (+3) Ravindra Jadeja Ind 254 378 v Eng at Edgbaston 2013

    9 ( - ) Chris Woakes Eng 253 267 v SA at Headingley 2017

    10 (-2) Jason Holder WI 252 269 v Pak at Guyana 2017


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    King Kohli

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    Mashrafe is above Hasan

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    All hail the King. The "false god" and "Sachin down under" are all out. Only rooty-root remains.

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    after champion trophy final india top both icc odi & test ranking first time in history .what a team

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    Brilliant for Hasan Ali! This lad going places.


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    how do we end up losing points if we even lose to higher ranked teams?

    i don't get this ranking system at all. sri lanka lost to scotland, and two out of their three matches and they continue to be above us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arham_PakFan View Post
    Mashrafe is above Hasan
    Longevity plays a big part in these rankings


    "Last time Uganda toured Canada, half their team ran away to start a new life" - cricfan967

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    Quote Originally Posted by pakistanigoneaussie View Post
    Longevity plays a big part in these rankings
    Mash is a proven, world class fast bowler. Ali is a newbie and as yet no match for Sher E Bangla.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bujhee kom View Post
    Mash is a proven, world class fast bowler. Ali is a newbie and as yet no match for Sher E Bangla.
    I know this may sound condescending, and it's intended to be so however Mash/Mashrafe/or Whatever you call him cannot tie Hassan's shoe laces, on his best day when it comes to fast bowling. You are comparing someone who clicks 147 when he's in full swing to someone who at his peak would not have broken into the A team for Pakistan.

    Please educate yourself on cricket before spewing such nonsense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bujhee kom View Post
    Mash is a proven, world class fast bowler. Ali is a newbie and as yet no match for Sher E Bangla.
    World class?

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    Latest ICC ODI Batting Rankings

    1 862 V. Kohli IND
    2 861 D.A. Warner AUS
    3 847 A.B. de Villiers SA
    4 798 J.E. Root ENG
    5 779 K.S. Williamson NZ
    6 769 Q. de Kock SA
    7 768 F. du Plessis SA
    8 763 Babar Azam PAK
    9 749 M.J. Guptill NZ
    10 746 S Dhawan IND

    No Steve Smith and Dhoni?

    Babar Azam at no. 8 and lone Pakistani inside top 10.


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    Even in the May ranking Smith was at #12 and Dhoni #14

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    Quote Originally Posted by AamchiMumbaikar View Post
    1 862 V. Kohli IND
    2 861 D.A. Warner AUS
    3 847 A.B. de Villiers SA
    4 798 J.E. Root ENG
    5 779 K.S. Williamson NZ
    6 769 Q. de Kock SA
    7 768 F. du Plessis SA
    8 763 Babar Azam PAK
    9 749 M.J. Guptill NZ
    10 746 S Dhawan IND

    No Steve Smith and Dhoni?

    Babar Azam at no. 8 and lone Pakistani inside top 10.
    Steve smith is note a great odi batsman, just check his away average, his overall average isn't the greatest also, dhoni has been in poor form for the last year or so, why are you so surprised?

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    Saffers have the most number of players in the top 10 and we all saw how that panned out for them in the tournament.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JaDed View Post
    Even in the May ranking Smith was at #12 and Dhoni #14
    Ok. Even Amla is missing, who is the fastest to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7K ODI runs!


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    Rankings don't matter ,lol Saffers have 3 in top 10 didn't help at all,Amla is also #11.

    England have one and easily the best side in the tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AamchiMumbaikar View Post
    Ok. Even Amla is missing, who is the fastest to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7K ODI runs!
    Amla averages 37 in the last 2 years

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    Lets drop babar because he is not going to be good enough.
    Lol

    And call back umar or kamran to partner hafeez n malik in the middle order

    Rofl


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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedwaqas92 View Post
    I know this may sound condescending, and it's intended to be so however Mash/Mashrafe/or Whatever you call him cannot tie Hassan's shoe laces, on his best day when it comes to fast bowling. You are comparing someone who clicks 147 when he's in full swing to someone who at his peak would not have broken into the A team for Pakistan.

    Please educate yourself on cricket before spewing such nonsense.
    by which logic wahab is better than hasan? also when, did ali click 147? not a rhetorical question i am genuinely interested to learn he can be that nippy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah View Post
    Lets drop babar because he is not going to be good enough.
    Lol

    And call back umar or kamran to partner hafeez n malik in the middle order

    Rofl
    Tbf India's best ranked bowlers in ODI are Axar Patel and Amit Mishra and both of them will not make the team,but yes it's also about talent and Babar is a proper bastman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaDed View Post
    Tbf India's best ranked bowlers in ODI are Axar Patel and Amit Mishra and both of them will not make the team,but yes it's also about talent and Babar is a proper bastman.
    People are expecting a lot.
    So am I , but I'm not gonna be at him up when he gets a few low scores. We've been putting up with the likes of malik hafeez and akmals over the years and this is an upgrade!


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    So if we beat England AND India our ranking points only go from 91 to 95 and we go from 8th to 6th (just barely because BD would be at 94).


    Itni mehnat karne ke baad khaali besan ke pakoray milay


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    Quote Originally Posted by New Yorker View Post
    by which logic wahab is better than hasan? also when, did ali click 147? not a rhetorical question i am genuinely interested to learn he can be that nippy.
    I think he has done it a fair few times. I think 147 was clocked in Australia. In this tournament his highest has been around 145.


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    For those PP experts calling Fahim a trundler. The trundler was also regularly clocking 140kph in his debut match


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    Quote Originally Posted by New Yorker View Post
    by which logic wahab is better than hasan? also when, did ali click 147? not a rhetorical question i am genuinely interested to learn he can be that nippy.
    What are you reading ????

    Hassan was clocked 147 in Australia and has on numerous occasions been seen hovering around 143-145....

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    Really impressed with his pace, movement with the ball and most of all intelligence of when to use variations at the right terms. Hes becoming our best ODI bowler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    So if we beat England AND India our ranking points only go from 91 to 95 and we go from 8th to 6th (just barely because BD would be at 94).


    Itni mehnat karne ke baad khaali besan ke pakoray milay
    the ranking is weird.

    i have no idea why sri lanka is still above us. they kinda lost to scotland of all the teams in the world.

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    At least we're expected to go directly through to the world cup in two years.

    It's kind of sad that we can beat the #1 side and not gain a lot of points and that beating 3 top 4 sides in four matches won't get us past #6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedwaqas92 View Post
    What are you reading ????

    Hassan was clocked 147 in Australia and has on numerous occasions been seen hovering around 143-145....
    Im reading you arguing that one bowler is better than another because he's faster. So is Wahab
    better than Ali, since Wahab can bowl even faster than than 147?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    I think he has done it a fair few times. I think 147 was clocked in Australia. In this tournament his highest has been around 145.
    @Chief Destroyer was one of those experts


    Ah, so this is what it feels like

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamza_ View Post
    World class?
    Check stats from WC15 onwards.

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    Hope Hasan can finish the tournament in the top 10, Babar Azam will fall out of the top 10 if he fails again


    Ah, so this is what it feels like

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    For those PP experts calling Fahim a trundler. The trundler was also regularly clocking 140kph in his debut match
    @Chief Destroyer was one of those experts*


    Ah, so this is what it feels like

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaz619 View Post
    @Chief Destroyer was one of those experts*
    Still a trundler. There's no zip in his bowling.


    A skilled hawk conceals its talons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief Destroyer View Post
    Still a trundler. There's no zip in his bowling.
    Oh so it was you I was just guessing


    Ah, so this is what it feels like

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaz619 View Post
    Oh so it was you I was just guessing
    No, I don't recall calling him a trundler but I did call him a nothing bowler which I maintain. He's showing some potential with the bat.


    A skilled hawk conceals its talons.

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    How are Akshar patel and amit mishra better bowlers than HASAN ALI?

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    Hasan Ali is once in a generation bowler....
    ahhhhh his action is simply magnificent and reduces chances of injury....
    very very very very special care should be taken of him....
    he is a very valuable asset.....
    hope PCB dont mess up with him


    SIR DONALD BRADMAN ------SORRY, BUT NO ONE LIKE HIM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amjid Javed View Post
    Really impressed with his pace, movement with the ball and most of all intelligence of when to use variations at the right terms. Hes becoming our best ODI bowler.
    He already is our premier wicket taker.

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    Someone please explain to me how and why akshar Patel and Amit mishra are ranked higher than Hasan Ali!! Please! s0meone please!!

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    I love how Irfan is still in the top 30. These rankings are just so outdated, it baffles me how people can take these seriously. It shows us what we know - who is good - but misses out names who have shown some quality - like some SL players. Having aaid that even Malik isn't there after being consistent with the bat for two years. Some names are there that didn't even make it into squads LOL.

    The team ranking is even archaic. We beat sides above us yet barely gain points. I ezcepted at least we'd be at 100 points.

    You just can't take any of these rankings seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by idrizzy View Post
    I love how Irfan is still in the top 30. These rankings are just so outdated, it baffles me how people can take these seriously. It shows us what we know - who is good - but misses out names who have shown some quality - like some SL players. Having aaid that even Malik isn't there after being consistent with the bat for two years. Some names are there that didn't even make it into squads LOL.

    The team ranking is even archaic. We beat sides above us yet barely gain points. I ezcepted at least we'd be at 100 points.

    You just can't take any of these rankings seriously.
    Guys Hassan is new addition to the game that is why it is taking him sometime to go up as there is no history of him in the rankings and thus is currently 19 in the rankings and that doesnt mean that bowler above him are better than him its just that he has played less matches. Although it looks to me one of the highest jumps in the bowlers I have seen.

    Rankings to be honest are bit weird as its still shows Mohammad Hafeez as the second best all rounder of the world, may be because there are not much quality all rounders left baring few new faces like stokes, imad etc.

    Really concerning is the rank of Malik, the guy has been performing like a beast for almost 2 years now with a very high strike rate and average in 60's I guess but he is still in ranked in 40's.

    It looks like they take into account the number of centuries or something like that but whatever it is, its pretty odd. Atleast ICC should explain the system to fans as well.
    Last edited by Titan24; 14th June 2017 at 05:03.

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    Quote Originally Posted by idrizzy View Post
    I love how Irfan is still in the top 30. These rankings are just so outdated, it baffles me how people can take these seriously. It shows us what we know - who is good - but misses out names who have shown some quality - like some SL players. Having aaid that even Malik isn't there after being consistent with the bat for two years. Some names are there that didn't even make it into squads LOL.

    The team ranking is even archaic. We beat sides above us yet barely gain points. I ezcepted at least we'd be at 100 points.

    You just can't take any of these rankings seriously.
    Yes the ranking system really needs to improve and should be more transparent.

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    as long as wicket column is filled he is good.

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