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Rankings of ICC ODI Batting – Rohit Sharma Closes in on Virat Kohli

The top ten bowling rankings continued to persist, with India’s speed spearhead Jasprit Bumrah remaining in 7th position. Within the latest ICC men’s ODI batting rankings released on Wednesday, Rohit Sharma, India’s national white-ball captain, remained up 3rd spot however closed in on teammate Virat Kohli, who stayed in 2nd spot.

With his 50 within the first ODI of the 3-match series against the West Indies, Rohit won some vital rating points, as well as he currently has 807 rating points towards Kohli’s 828.

Babar Azam, the Pakistani captain, remained in the first place, while his countrymen Fakhar Zaman and England batter Joe Root got into the top ten.

Shai Hope, belonging to the West Indies, who got 8 runs within the first ODI, lost vital points and dropped out of the top ten.

The top ten bowling rankings continued to persist, with India’s speed spearhead Jasprit Bumrah in seventh place.

Ravindra Jadeja was ranked ninth among all-rounders, whilst West Indies’ Jason Holder climbed four to enter the top 20 after his ½ century within the first ODI in Ahmedabad.

Oman’s Jatinder Singh, who scored a century in the initial match of the UAE series, which is a component of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2, vaulted 26 places into the leading 100 batting rankings.

With 594 runs through 23 games, Jatinder is in the 2nd-highest roll in the League 2 campaign.

Despite his half-century within the initial ODI against West Indies, Fakhar Zaman with Joe Root climbed into the top ten of the MRF Tyres ICC Men’s ODI Batting Rankings, whilst Rohit Sharma came closer to Virat Kohli.

Babar Azam, as well as Virat Kohli, remained at the leading ODI Batting Rankings. However, Rohit Sharma, who has 807 rating points following his 50 during the first ODI of the match against West Indies, is closing in on Virat Kohli, who has 828 rating points.

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