Indian skipper Virat Kohli maintained top spot in the latest ICC Test rankings while Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah and England all-rounder Ben Stokes reached all-time highs. Virat Kohli maintained his number one position in the ICC Test batting rankings, while Jasprit Bumrah included in the top 10 for the first time. Bumrah takes the number 7 spot in the ICC Test bowlers list.
England all-rounder for the first time reached number 13 in the batting rankings and retained his spot at number 2 in the all-rounders' list.
India vice-captain has moved from 21st to 11th position after scoring a half-century and a century in the first match against West Indies. Cheteshwar Pujara who did not play his best game occupied the number 4 position in the batting rankings.
Indian pacers Mohammed Shami (up two places to 19th) and Ishant Sharma (up four places to 21st) have also gained after the Antigua Test.
Australia’s Pat Cummins comfortably regained number 1 position in the bowlers' list while his teammate Josh Hazlewood has moved up to 12th position from 15th. England's Jofra Archer moved up to 43rd position in just his second Test after taking eight wickets in the match.