Pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah and middle-order maestro Ajinkya Rahane received enormous profits in the most recent ICC Test Rankings following their various performances at the recently-concluded Antigua Test against West Indies. Rahane starred with the bat in the innings while Bumrah finished the next essay using a gorgeous five-wicket drag to power India into some 318-run triumph from the first Test of this two-match series.
Rahane that obtained scores of 81 and 102 at a participant of the game campaign moved from 21st to 11th place in the record for batsmen headed by captain Virat Kohli and also the other compatriot Cheteshwar Pujara inhabiting the fourth position. His previous best was 15th place in January this year. Mohammad Shami (two places to 19th) and Ishant Sharma (up to four areas to 21st) also have gained following the Antigua Test. Holder has proceeded in 37th to 34th one of the batsmen.
All-rounder Ben Stokes’s stupendous attempt in the next Test against Australia at Headingley has helped him to attain career-best rankings one of batsmen and all-rounders. Stokes, who also scored a match-winning 135 out not at the second innings to guide the group to an epic series-leveling one-wicket triumph and took four major wickets, has progressed 13 slots into a career-best 13th position at the batting positions.
Stokes has also moved up two places to catch the next home one of the all-rounders for the very first time in his profession, with occupied third place in September 2017. He’s gained an excellent 44 points following the Headingly campaign and is presently on 411 points, just 22 supporting Jason Holder and also a fantastic prospect of overtaking the West Indies captain throughout the ongoing Ashes series.
Quick bowler Jofra Archer is just another one to create remarkable gains. He’s moved around 43rd position after only his second Test, ending with eight wickets at Headingly including an impressive six to 45 from the first innings.
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Australia’s, Pat Cummins stays comfortably on the peak of the bowling record despite dropping six things while his fellow fast bowler Josh Hazlewood has moved from 15th to 12th place after finishing with two wickets in the game. Batsman Marnus Labuschagne’s two half-centuries have raised him 45 areas to 37th.