The International Cricket Council (ICC) released their latest one-day international rankings and world champions England retain their number one rank on the list. World Cup semi-finalist India retain their number three ranking while runners-up New Zealand moved to number three on the points table.
New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson reached career-best 799 points in the semi-final against India to reach the number six on ODI batting rankings. Williamson finished the tournament with 796 points. The main architect of England’s victory Ben Stokes ended the tournament with career-best 694 points and moved five places up to take the 20th spot in the batting rankings.
▶️ Williamson up to No.6, Roy enters top 10 of Batting Ranking— ICC (@ICC) July 15, 2019
▶️ Stokes reaches career-high all-rounder rating
▶️ Woakes up to No.7 in Bowling Rankings
The latest @MRFWorldwide ODI rankings are in after the #CWC19final
England’s Jason Roy has entered the top ten for the first time as he sits on number 10 on the batting rankings. Indian opener Rohit Sharma has retained his number two spot in the batting rankings after a stellar performance in the World Cup. However, in the bowling rankings, only New Zealand’s Matt Henry has gained and moved to number 10 rest of the bowlers have retained their spot in the top 10.
In the all-rounders’ category, Shakib Al Hasan is comfortably sitting at number one followed by Ben Stokes at number two. Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya is at number 10 in the rankings.