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    ICC Ranking: Pakistan 6th position in Tests, Pant reaches joint-highest ranking for India wk-batsmen

    Rishabh Pant has attained new highs for an India wicket-keeper batsman in the MRF Tyres ICC Test Player Rankings after his superb century in the drawn final Test in Sydney.

    • The former ICC U19 Cricket World Cup star attains joint-highest ranking among batsmen by a wicketkeeper from India and highest rating points by a gloveman from his country

    • Pujara, Harris, Markram and Asad among other batsmen to move up; Yadav, Lyon, Olivier and Shaheen also advance

    The 21-year-old left-hander has gained 21 slots and reached 17th place, the joint-highest by a specialist India wicketkeeper along with Farokh Engineer, who did so in January 1973. Further, Pant’s aggregate of 673 rating points are the highest by an India wicketkeeper, with Dhoni having the next highest aggregate of 662 points and Engineer 619 points. Dhoni’s highest Test ranking was 19th.

    Pant, a star at the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup in 2016 when he scored an 18-ball half-century against Nepal, has moved into the top-20 after only his ninth Test match with an unbeaten 159. Pant had started the Australia tour in 59th place and made rapid progress, scoring 350 runs in a series that also saw him take 20 catches.

    Cheteshwar Pujara, who scored 521 runs to help beat Australia 2-1 and claim the Player of the Series award, is another batsman to gain in the latest rankings update, which also takes into account performances in the second Test between South Africa and Pakistan in Cape Town.

    Pujara has gained one slot to reach third position while all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja (up six places to 57th) and rookie opener Mayank Agarwal (up five places to 62nd) are the others from his team to advance at the end of a historic series win.

    Spinner Kuldeep Yadav has gained seven slots to reach a career-best 45th position after his figures of 5 for 99 in Australia’s first innings even as Jasprit Bumrah has held on to 16th position and Mohammed Shami has gained one place to take the 22nd slot. Jadeja has gained one place to reach fifth among bowlers and has also leapfrogged Windies captain Jason Holder into second place among all-rounders.

    For Australia, opener Marcus Harris has advanced 21 places to take a career-best 69th position after a fine 79 in the first innings while off-spinner Nathan Lyon has inched up from 14th to 13th position.

    South Africa’s Aiden Markram has moved back into the top 10 after his knock of 78 at Cape Town, gaining seven slots to reach 10th position. Temba Bavuma has moved into the top 30 for the first time (up five places to 26th) after his score of 75 while captain Faf du Plessis’s first-innings century has lifted him six places to 16th position.

    Among their bowlers, Vernon Philander has gained one slot to reach third position while Duanne Olivier has continued his surge to move up to 32nd place from 36th.

    For Pakistan, Asad Shafiq has benefitted by five places to reach 24th position after scores of 20 and 88 while Babar Azam is only one slot behind after gaining two places. Shan Masood has moved up 22 places to a career-best 65th while captain Sarfaraz Ahmed has moved up from 42nd to 37th place.

    Among their bowlers, Shaheen Afridi has gained 13 slots to reach 60th place after taking four wickets in the match, which Pakistan lost by nine wickets to concede a decisive 2-0 lead in the three-match series.

    There has been no change in position or points for India in the MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings, while Australia have lost one point but remain in fifth position.

    MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings (as on 8 January, after the Australia-India series):

    RANK TEAM POINTS
    1 India 116
    2 England 108
    3 New Zealand 107
    4 South Africa 106
    5 Australia 101
    6 Pakistan 92
    7 Sri Lanka 91
    8 West Indies 70
    9 Bangladesh 69
    10 Zimbabwe 13
    11 Afghanistan 00
    12 Ireland 00


    MRF Tyres ICC Test Player Rankings (as on 8 January, after the Sydney and Cape Town Tests):

    Batsmen (top 10)


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

    1 ( - ) Virat Kohli Ind 922 53.76 937 v Eng at Southampton 2018

    2 ( - ) K. Williamson NZ 897 51.44 915 v SL at Wellington 2018

    3 (+1) C. Pujara Ind 881 51.18 888 v SL at Nagpur 2017

    4 (-1) Steve Smith Aus 874 61.37 947 v SA at Durban 2018

    5 ( - ) Joe Root Eng 807 50.44 917 v Aus at Trent Bridge 2015

    6 ( - ) David Warner Aus 772 48.20 880 v NZ at Perth 2015

    7 ( - ) Henry Nicholls NZ 763*! 43.54 763 v SL at Christchurch 2018

    8 ( - ) Dean Elgar SA 727 40.96 784 v Aus at Johannesburg 2018

    9 ( - ) D. Karunaratne SL 715 37.08 754 v SA at Colombo (SSC) 2018

    10 (+7) Aiden Markram SA 698* 45.20 759 v Aus at Johannesburg 2018



    Other selected rankings



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

    11= (+2) A. Mathews SL 687 44.79 877 v NZ at Christchurch 2014

    16 (+6) Faf du Plessis SA 674 42.07 734 v Ind at Centurion 2018

    17 (+21) Rishabh Pant Ind 673*! 49.71 673 v Aus at Sydney 2019

    24 (+5) Asad Shafiq Pak 634 39.06 758 v Eng at Lord's 2016

    25 (+2) Babar Azam Pak 629*! 35.30 629 v SA at Cape Town 2019

    26= (-2) Q. de Kock SA 627 36.89 802 v NZ at Hamilton 2017

    (+5) T. Bavuma SA 627! 35.41 627 v Pak at Cape Town 2019

    57 (+6) R. Jadeja Ind 488 32.28 511 v Win at Rajkot 2018

    69 (+21) Marcus Harris Aus 446*! 36.85 446 v Ind at Sydney 2019





    Bowlers (top 10)



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

    1 ( - ) K. Rabada SA 893 21.35 902 v Aus at Port Elizabeth 2018

    2 ( - ) J. Anderson Eng 874 26.98 903 v Ind at Lord's 2018

    3= (+1) V. Philander SA 804 21.75 912 v Ind at Johannesburg 2013

    ( - ) Pat Cummins Aus 804* 24.51 836 v Ind at Melbourne 2018

    5 (+1) R. Jadeja Ind 794 23.68 899 v Aus at Ranchi 2017

    6 (-1) M. Abbas Pak 789* 17.90 838 v NZ at Abu Dhabi 2018

    7 ( - ) Trent Boult NZ 771 27.90 825 v Eng at Lord's 2015

    8 (+1) Tim Southee NZ 767 29.93 799 v Win at Jamaica 2014

    9 (-1) R. Ashwin Ind 763 25.43 904 v Eng at Mumbai 2016

    10 ( - ) Jason Holder Win 751* 28.50 766 v Ind at Hyderabad 2018



    Other selected rankings



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

    13 (+1) Nathan Lyon Aus 723 32.10 774 v Eng at Adelaide 2017

    14 (+1) Neil Wagner NZ 721 28.88 785 v Win at Wellington 2017

    22 (+1) M. Shami Ind 660 29.54 703 v SA at Johannesburg 2018

    32 (+4) Duanne Olivier SA 560*! 18.81 560 v Pak at Cape Town 2019

    45 (+7) Kuldeep Yadav Ind 402*! 24.12 402 v Aus at Sydney 2019

    60 (+13) Shaheen Afridi Pak 274*! 31.41 274 v SA at Cape Town 2019



    All-rounders (top five)



    Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Highest Rating

    1 ( - ) S. Al Hasan Ban 415 489 v Aus at Mirpur 2017

    2 (+1) R. Jadeja Ind 387 438 v SL at Colombo (SSC) 2017

    3 (-1) Jason Holder Win 365/* 381 v Ind at Hyderabad 2018

    4 ( - ) V. Philander SA 353 378 v SL at Galle 2018

    5 ( - ) Ben Stokes Eng 342 396 v Win at Lord's 2017



    *indicates provisional rating; a batsman qualifies for a full rating after playing 40 Test innings; a bowler qualifies for a full rating when he reaches 100 Test wickets.

    !indicates career-highest rating

    https://www.icc-cricket.com/media-releases/969737
    Last edited by MenInG; 8th January 2019 at 11:08.


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    Why are the Indian pacers ranked so low?

    Interesting that Shakib al Hasan as an all rounder is ranked higher than all of them except Bumrah, but according to brother @Canford Cliffs he would be struggling to compete with Axar Patel and and some guy named Washington in IND B squad lol.

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    Kudos to Pant for already becoming the highest rated Indian wicket keeper batsman ever in tests. Thats some achievement for a 21 year old lad barely in his 1st year of international cricket.

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    Wish list :-

    Babar 'The Bobby' Azam to be among top 3 test batsmen by 2020 end.

    All believers to give me an Amen for that.

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    bobby will rule cricket like don bradman

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDfanforever View Post
    Why are the Indian pacers ranked so low?

    Interesting that Shakib al Hasan as an all rounder is ranked higher than all of them except Bumrah, but according to brother @Canford Cliffs he would be struggling to compete with Axar Patel and and some guy named Washington in IND B squad lol.
    Think we have argued this before. Rankings are one thing but we also need to access impact of the player. Do you really think Jadeja/Holder are better test all rounders than Ben stokes as per the rankings? So we need to take these with pinch of salt. Shakib is not even top 5 all rounder in the world in any format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canford Cliffs View Post
    Think we have argued this before. Rankings are one thing but we also need to access impact of the player. Do you really think Jadeja/Holder are better test all rounders than Ben stokes as per the rankings? So we need to take these with pinch of salt. Shakib is not even top 5 all rounder in the world in any format.
    Holder is one of the most underrated allrounder .you should check his 2018 stats before disrespecting him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canford Cliffs View Post
    Think we have argued this before. Rankings are one thing but we also need to access impact of the player. Do you really think Jadeja/Holder are better test all rounders than Ben stokes as per the rankings? So we need to take these with pinch of salt. Shakib is not even top 5 all rounder in the world in any format.
    Yeah I think Jadeja is a better test all rounder than Stokes, and I dont know much about Holder.

    I am just puzzled as to why Indian pacers were ranked so low when in reality they seemed better.

    Whom do you think are top 5 test all rounders then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDfanforever View Post
    Yeah I think Jadeja is a better test all rounder than Stokes, and I dont know much about Holder.

    I am just puzzled as to why Indian pacers were ranked so low when in reality they seemed better.

    Whom do you think are top 5 test all rounders then?
    The Indian pacers have just had one phenomenal year yet. They will rise up the rankings within another year (they aren't playing many tests soon because of the WC).

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    Wish list :-

    Babar 'The Bobby' Azam to be among top 3 test batsmen by 2020 end.

    All believers to give me an Amen for that.
    He will be there at the end of 2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunny_majoka View Post
    He will be there at the end of 2019
    I doubt it. We only have 5 tests in 2019 I think


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    Quote Originally Posted by BDfanforever View Post
    Why are the Indian pacers ranked so low?

    Interesting that Shakib al Hasan as an all rounder is ranked higher than all of them except Bumrah, but according to brother @Canford Cliffs he would be struggling to compete with Axar Patel and and some guy named Washington in IND B squad lol.
    Do you really believe sakib is a better bowler than our pacers?

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    Pakistan's players in Top 100

    Rank Rating Name Career Best Rating Type
    19 665 Azhar Ali 787 v Australia, 30/12/2016 Test Bat
    24 634 Asad Shafiq 758 v England, 18/07/2016 Test Bat
    25 629 Babar Azam 629 v South Africa, 07/01/2019 Test Bat
    37 555 Sarfaraz Ahmed 715 v Sri Lanka, 21/06/2015 Test Bat
    42 539 Haris Sohail 563 v New Zealand, 28/11/2018 Test Bat
    65 463 Shan Masood 463 v South Africa, 07/01/2019 Test Bat
    90 371 Sami Aslam 468 v New Zealand, 29/11/2016 Test Bat
    96 356 Imam-ul-Haq 383 v South Africa, 30/12/2018 Test Bat
    6 789 Mohammad Abbas 838 v New Zealand, 19/11/2018 Test Bowl
    15 717 Yasir Shah 878 v England, 18/07/2016 Test Bowl
    34 553 Mohammad Amir 658 v England, 30/08/2010 Test Bowl
    37 511 Wahab Riaz 585 v Sri Lanka, 10/10/2017 Test Bowl
    43 412 Hasan Ali 434 v New Zealand, 28/11/2018 Test Bowl
    47 389 Rahat Ali 499 v New Zealand, 20/11/2016 Test Bowl
    57 300 Bilal Asif 332 v Australia, 19/10/2018 Test Bowl
    60 274 Shaheen Afridi 274 v South Africa, 07/01/2019 Test Bowl
    97 122 Haris Sohail 179 v New Zealand, 19/11/2018 Test Bowl
    5 802 Babar Azam 846 v Sri Lanka, 23/10/2017 ODI Bat
    12 729 Fakhar Zaman 729 v New Zealand, 11/11/2018 ODI Bat
    26 625 Imam-ul-Haq 628 v New Zealand, 09/11/2018 ODI Bat
    39 581 Mohammad Hafeez 665 v Bangladesh, 04/03/2014 ODI Bat
    46 556 Shoaib Malik 685 v India, 13/02/2006 ODI Bat
    52 549 Sarfaraz Ahmed 581 v West Indies, 05/10/2016 ODI Bat
    84 457 Haris Sohail 520 v Zimbabwe, 29/05/2015 ODI Bat
    90 444 Ahmed Shehzad 670 v Bangladesh, 04/03/2014 ODI Bat
    13 646 Hasan Ali 766 v New Zealand, 06/01/2018 ODI Bowl
    25 588 Shadab Khan 591 v New Zealand, 09/11/2018 ODI Bowl
    34 555 Mohammad Amir 581 v Hong Kong, 16/09/2018 ODI Bowl
    36 543 Junaid Khan 656 v Sri Lanka, 27/12/2013 ODI Bowl
    40 537 Mohammad Hafeez 769 v India, 03/01/2013 ODI Bowl
    45 506 Imad Wasim 554 v Sri Lanka, 23/10/2017 ODI Bowl
    61 466 Yasir Shah 487 v Zimbabwe, 20/07/2018 ODI Bowl
    83 410 Faheem Ashraf 427 v Zimbabwe, 20/07/2018 ODI Bowl
    97 373 Shoaib Malik 658 v Sri Lanka, 06/10/2004 ODI Bowl
    100 363 Mohammad Nawaz 374 v India, 23/0 ODI Bowl
    4 312 Mohammad Hafeez 438 v India, 03/01/2013 ODI AR
    1 858 Babar Azam 881 v West Indies, 03/04/2018 T20 Bat
    5 749 Fakhar Zaman 842 v Australia, 08/07/2018 T20 Bat
    27 542 Shoaib Malik 577 v Sri Lanka, 12/08/2009 T20 Bat
    40 505 Sarfaraz Ahmed 521 v Australia, 08/07/2018 T20 Bat
    51 453 Mohammad Hafeez 649 v Sri Lanka, 11/12/2013 T20 Bat
    64 412 Ahmed Shehzad 709 v Bangladesh, 30/03/2014 T20 Bat
    76 343 Hussain Talat 441 v West Indies, 03/04/2018 T20 Bat
    80 331 Asif Ali 336 v New Zealand, 02/11/2018 T20 Bat
    2 752 Shadab Khan 769 v Scotland, 13/06/2018 T20 Bowl
    8 652 Faheem Ashraf 652 v New Zealand, 04/11/2018 T20 Bowl
    9 651 Imad Wasim 780 v West Indies, 02/04/2017 T20 Bowl
    31 556 Hasan Ali 590 v New Zealand, 31/10/2018 T20 Bowl
    34 539 Mohammad Amir 700 v Australia, 07/07/2010 T20 Bowl
    49 461 Mohammad Nawaz 542 v Zimbabwe, 04/07/2018 T20 Bowl
    61 425 Mohammad Hafeez 689 v Zimbabwe, 24/08/2013 T20 Bowl
    75 396 Usman Khan 398 v Australia, 28/10/2018 T20 Bowl
    77 392 Shaheen Afridi 400 v New Zealand, 02/11/2018 T20 Bowl
    10 193 Mohammad Hafeez 441 v Sri Lanka, 11/12/2013 T20 AR


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    Quote Originally Posted by BDfanforever View Post
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    Whom do you think are top 5 test all rounders then?
    They just haven't played test yet. Once they start to play they will shoot through the list all the way to top 5.

    Axer Patel
    Washington Sundar
    Krunal Pandya
    Hanuma Vihari
    Krishnappa Gowtham
    Shreyas Gopal
    Varun Chakravarthy (Watch out now)
    Shivam Dube
    Gurkeerat Singh
    Pawan Negi

    You wanted 5, I gave you 10.


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    And such is where we belong.

    Alas, years of watching Pakistan batting and having wonderful batsmen, from Haneef, to Zaheer, to Miandat, to Saeed, to Inzi/MoYo to YK and here we are, desolate.

    We are at the bottom of the barrel and have little really going for us. It seemed that the batting seemlessly left off from the last Pakistani great to the next, because they watched and learned from their predecessors and used what they learned to be the backbone moving forward.

    Of course, bowling has taken a hit as well, but we always still seem to find test bowlers who do the job well. Abbas has been a great find, as has Afridi, and though this series has been poor (was not a spinning wicket) Shah has been world class overall.

    YK and Misbah leave and you think that Azhar and Asad will come in and fill in that role. Shafiq might be the best 6 batsmen in the world, and Azhar had some fantastic innings, 302* is no small feat. But alas, move them up the order, put them pressure on them, and the fold like a cheep stack of cards.

    Shafiq I am less surprised with, as he always seemed to put on runs in as low a pressure situation as possible so as to keep his spot on the team, but Azhar, well, that one has been one of the biggest disappointments I can remember. There is no mental fortitude at all. Simply nothing going between the wickets. Azhar lacking in true talent, made up for it with grit, Asad for all the pretty shots, always looks like his innings are over before it even starts.

    I do like Babar, but there is just something missing with him. He doesn't seem like he will be anything more than a decent batsmen, obviously test is the focus here but holistically he just seems to play for himself. You would think in tests this would be more of an area where it would bode better, but even still, something is lacking. I hope I am wrong with him, I mean, to be fair to him he is only 24 and two fifties is encouraging in SA, but fifties don't cut it for me. A century is required to really show you're a big time player. He has 1 in 38 innings (let's call it 2 for the 99 against the Aussies to give him some credit). A 58 average last year is promising but 1/2 centuries in his career is still not that impressive. Obviously he has a long career left given how dry the batting talent is, so he will have plenty of time to show in the next ten years if he is a big time player, but I won't hold my breath.

    Thus leaves the big fish, our captain. Let's leave batting out of the conversation (a high 20s/low thirties average since 2016), let's just discuss a captain whose job is only to be captain. Left right and centre it was a question mark as to why the field is to constrict runs and not get wickets, and then of course the decision to go with Shah when it is a very poor pitch for spinners to succeed. The blame can go on management, but you can obviously bet that your captain had a big say.

    Okay, let's give him some leeway, rarely do teams ever win on the road in test cricket, but then our home ground, yes, Dubai is our home ground because that is where we have played cricket for the last almost 20 years, we keep getting embarrassed and that too by teams below us in the standings. One win against England shouldn't erase the memory of the loss to Sri Lanka and that win too having to do again, with excellent bowling, which is far too often the saving grace.

    Batting for Pakistan in tests in almost done and dusted. The organization must be appalled that they put so much time and effort into certain players and gave them so much backing and yet they are now looking like tailenders out there. It's not all on PCB, to be fair, you have to invest and tell players you trust in them and that they just go out and play ask not be worried about their spot on the squad, but the players need to put some responsibility on themselves.

    Though this is test focused, this extends to
    ODI's too. The CT was a flash in the pan. Our players in all facets when it comes to the bat especially and to a lesser degree with the ball either get figured out, don't adjust, or have so much hubris that they refuse to change and go into that rockstar mentality.

    It's been a year and a half, you can't live off of false glory forever. For some reasons our players can't be humble, keep their head down, and focus on being the best, it's far too often that they make some money, get a couple wickets, and hit some boundaries and get caught up in the lifestyle, versus remembering their humble beginnings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BD-fan View Post
    They just haven't played test yet. Once they start to play they will shoot through the list all the way to top 5.

    Axer Patel
    Washington Sundar
    Krunal Pandya
    Hanuma Vihari
    Krishnappa Gowtham
    Shreyas Gopal
    Varun Chakravarthy (Watch out now)
    Shivam Dube
    Gurkeerat Singh
    Pawan Negi

    You wanted 5, I gave you 10.
    Vihari is a part time bowler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BD-fan View Post
    They just haven't played test yet. Once they start to play they will shoot through the list all the way to top 5.

    Axer Patel
    Washington Sundar
    Krunal Pandya
    Hanuma Vihari
    Krishnappa Gowtham
    Shreyas Gopal
    Varun Chakravarthy (Watch out now)
    Shivam Dube
    Gurkeerat Singh
    Pawan Negi

    You wanted 5, I gave you 10.
    Isn't Pawan Negi the guy who strugles to get a game for his state side but goes to Dhaka Premier league and hits double centuries for fun?


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