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    Mohammad Rizwan, KL Rahul and Martin Guptill sizzle in the top 10 list of the MRF Tyres ICC Men's T20I Player Rankings for batters.

    New Zealand opener Martin Guptill has returned to the top 10 of the MRF Tyres ICC Men's T20I Rankings for batters after registering scores of 70, 31 and 51 in the recently concluded three-match T20I series against India. He has gained three spots as he sits at No.10 on the batters' chart.

    KL Rahul, who made a match-winning 49-ball 65 in the second T20I versus the Black Caps, moved up one spot to No.5. Meanwhile, India skipper Rohit Sharma, who was consistent with the bat throughout the series, also progressed two spots to No.13.

    After missing the New Zealand T20I series, India star Virat Kohli dropped out of the top 10 for batters, falling three places to No.11

    Mitchell Santner made significant gains in the bowlers' list, soaring 10 spots to No.13 while India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar has moved up to No.19 after gaining five spots. India spinners R Ashwin (up 129 spots to No.92) and Axar Patel (up 160 spots to No.112) are also among the top gainers.

    Deepak Chahar has made notable gains in both bowlers and all-rounders charts – climbed up 19 spots to No.40 and 83 spots to 163 – respectively.

    In the three-match T20I series in Bangladesh, Mohammad Rizwan gained one spot, moving up to No.4 after accounting for 39 and 40 in the final two T20Is while young batter Haider Ali, who made a note-worthy 38-ball 45 in the final T20I, gained 53 spots to 184.

    From the Bangladesh camp, opener Mohammad Naim slipped to No.23, losing three spots while Mahmud Ullah slipped one spot to No.30. Among the notable gainers are Afif Hossain (up 29 spots to No.85) and Mahedi Hasan (up 46 spots to No.255).

    Mahedi even made gains in the bowlers rankings, moving up six spots to No.12. For Pakistan, Hasan Ali is among the gainers, moving 16 spots to No.44. Shadab Khan has entered the top 15, climbing two spots to No.14 in the bowlers' chart while in the all-rounders' list, he has joined England's Ben Stokes at No.44.


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    ICC rankings are not a great indicator of player standing, in my humble opinion.

    They should be redone very much like tennis rankings. Those are largely controversy free and carry plenty of cache.

    Particularly, take into account opposition ranking, home vs away matches, more points for big tournaments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corridor of Uncertainty View Post
    ICC rankings are not a great indicator of player standing, in my humble opinion.

    They should be redone very much like tennis rankings. Those are largely controversy free and carry plenty of cache.

    Particularly, take into account opposition ranking, home vs away matches, more points for big tournaments.
    I entirely agree with you.

    These player rankings are currently deceptive. These rankings often don't tell the full picture. How can a guy like Dawid Malan (with all due respect to him) is #1 in T20 ranking? It makes no sense.

    Only team rankings are reliable. Player rankings need to be calculated more practically.
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    Fast bowler Shaheen Afridi has made it to the top five of the MRF Tyres ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings for the first time in his career after a fine show in the first Test against Bangladesh which Pakistan won by eight wickets.

    The 21-year-old left-armer, who grabbed seven wickets including a haul of five for 32 in the second innings of the Chittagong Test, has moved up three places to fifth position after overtaking James Anderson, Kagiso Rabada and Neil Wagner.

    Shaheen’s new-ball partner Hasan Ali too is at a career-best position after finishing with a similar seven-wicket match haul that included a five-for in the first innings. Hasan has advanced five places to 11th place. His previous best in Tests was 14th, reached in May this year.

    Pakistan’s opening batters were not the ones to be left behind. Abid Ali may have missed out on a century in each innings but his scores of 133 and 91 helped him shoot up 27 slots to a career-best 20th position while Abdullah Shafique enters the rankings at 83rd with scores of 52 and 73.


    For Bangladesh, Mushfiqur Rahim is up four places to 19th with scores of 91 and 16 while Liton Das has moved up 26 places to a career-best 31st position after accruing 114 and 59. Left-arm spinner Taijul Islam has progressed two places to 23rd after an eight-wicket match haul that included seven scalps in the first innings.

    The thrilling draw in Kanpur between India and New Zealand had quite a few performances from either side that reflect in the latest weekly update that also includes the first Test between Sri Lanka and the West Indies at Galle, which the host side won by 187 runs.

    Debutant Shreyas Iyer’s Player of the Match effort of 105 and 65 helped him enter the rankings in 74th position while opener Shubman Gill (up six places to 66th) and Wriddhiman Saha (up nine places to 99th) also made notable progress after notching half-centuries.

    Ravindra Jadeja is up two places to 19th among bowlers with five wickets in the match and is also up one place to second among all-rounders. Ravichandran Ashwin is the third-ranked all-rounder and 79th among batters.

    For New Zealand, Tom Latham’s knocks of 95 and 52 place him back in the top 10 as he goes up from 14th to ninth. Fast bowler Kyle Jamieson is ninth among bowlers, his three wickets in each innings resulting in a gain of six places. Tim Southee has gained 15 rating points to reach within one point of second-placed Ashwin (840) after his eight-wicket match haul.

    Sri Lanka, whose win in their first match of the ICC Men’s Test Championship put them on top of the table powered by MRF (on percentage points), also had some improvements after the Galle Test.

    Captain Dimuth Karunaratne’s Player of the Match effort of 147 and 83 has lifted him four places to seventh, just one below his career-best sixth position attained in August 2019. Former captains Angelo Mathews (up two places to 23rd) and Dinesh Chandimal (up four places to 46th) have also advanced.

    Left-arm spinners Lasith Embuldeniya (up four places to 37th) and Praveen Jayawickrama (up six places to 44th) and off-spinner Ramesh Mendis (up 28 places to 57th) have improved in the rankings for bowlers.

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    Shaheen Shah Afridi, Hasan Ali and Abid Ali have achieved career-high rankings following match-winning performances in the first Test against Bangladesh, which Pakistan won by eight wickets.

    Shaheen recorded figures of two for 70 and five for 32, and has been rewarded with a jump of three places that has now put him in fifth position behind Pat Cummins (Australia), Ravichandran Ashwin (India), Tim Southee (New Zealand) and Josh Hazlewood (Australia).

    From the Chattogram Test, Shaheen collected 27 points that have lifted him from 783 points to 810 points. In reaching the 800-point mark, Shaheen has become the 11th Pakistan bowler to break the 800-point barrier. Other Pakistan bowlers to enter the 800-point mark are: Imran Khan, Waqar Younis, Fazal Mahmood, Yasir Shah, Shoaib Akhtar, Saeed Ajmal, Mohammad Abbas, Wasim Akram, Mushtaq Ahmed and Mohammad Asif.

    Hasan Ali, who had figures of five for 51 and two for 52, has vaulted five places to 11th in the latest ICC Rankings for Test Bowlers.

    Hasan Ali has leapfrogged Stuart Broad (England), Kemar Roach (West Indies), Mitchell Starc (Australia), Jason Holder (West Indies) and Trent Boult (New Zealand). Hasan now sits on 755 points and will aim to collect eight more points from the Dhaka Test to break into the top-1o for the first time in his career.

    Opener Abid has vaulted into the top-20 for the first time in his career after his 133 and 91 has lifted him from 47th to 20th.

    From the Chattogram Test, Abid has earned 111 points making him the second Pakistan batters after captain Babar Azam (eighth, down by one) to feature inside the top-2o. Pakistan batters outside the top-20 are Mohammad Rizwan (21st, down by three), Azhar Ali (22nd, down by one) and Fawad Alam (27th, down by seven).

    Abdullah Shafique, who scored 52 and 73 on his debut, has entered the ICC rankings in 83rd position and is expected to make a further upward movement if he manages to repeat his performances in the second Test, which commences on Saturday.

    Joe Root of England is the No.1 ranked batter and is followed by Steve Smith (Australia), Kane Williamson (New Zealand), Marnus Labuschagne (Australia) and Rohit Sharma (India).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corridor of Uncertainty View Post
    ICC rankings are not a great indicator of player standing, in my humble opinion.

    They should be redone very much like tennis rankings. Those are largely controversy free and carry plenty of cache.

    Particularly, take into account opposition ranking, home vs away matches, more points for big tournaments.
    Test and odi rankings are still genuine . Lesser said better about t20 rankings

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