Tamim Iqbal and Liton Das were brilliant in the last two ODIs against West Indies. Both of them have improved in the ranking of ICC ODI batsmen. This Bangladesh batsman has progressed by two steps in the ranking.
Litton scored a half-century in the third ODI against West Indies. Earlier, he played an unbeaten innings of 32 runs in the second ODI. After such a performance, Lytton is at number 30 with 615 rating points, leaving behind Ben Stokes.
Tamim, who became the best in the series, has also advanced two steps. Tamim, who scored a half-century in the second ODI, scored 34 runs in the last ODI. The ODI captain of Bangladesh has moved up two steps to the 17th position. Although Tamim has improved, Mushfiqur Rahim has fallen behind.
Rassie van der Dussen has improved the most in the top 10 among batters. He won South Africa by playing an innings of 134 runs in the first ODI of the series against England. Dasein has climbed to third place behind Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma. Meanwhile, Kohli has deteriorated one step. Quinton de Kock took two steps back.
Joe Root’s innings of 87 against South Africa has advanced two steps. This England batsman is at number 11 with 702 rating points. David Miller, Zaneman Malan, Zeesan Maqsood, Aiden Markram and Dasoon Shanakader have improved.
Jasprit Bumrah topped the ICC ODI bowler rankings with 6 wickets in the first ODI against England. However, the Indian pacer could not last a week at the top spot. Trent Boult replaced Bumrah and came to the top again.
Bumrah got 2 wickets in the next match after taking 6 wickets for 19 runs. Despite taking 8 wickets in the first two matches, the right-handed pacer did not play the third ODI due to injury. That’s why Bumrah is down to two again. Bolt is at the top with 704 rating points.
Mohammad Nabi has taken a step forward among the bowlers. Keshav Maharaj, who took just one wicket against England, has improved by eight places. Apart from this, Mohammad Nawaz, Imad Wasim and Anrich Norkia have improved.