Babar Azam, Pakistan’s former captain, remains at the top of the latest ODI batter rankings released by the International Cricket Council (ICC). He is followed by Indian quartet Shubman Gill (second), Virat Kohli (third), and Rohit Sharma (fourth), as well as New Zealand’s Daryl Mitchell. Babar Azam secures top position in latest ODI rankings 2023.
ODI rankings 2023-24: Babar Azam secures top position in latest ODI rankings
Abbott vaulted 52 places to tie 18th among all-rounders after scoring 69 runs in one innings against the West Indies. Spinner Adam Zampa moved up one spot to third in the current ODI bowling rankings, trailing only fellow tweaker Keshav Maharaj (1st) and Josh Hazlewood (2nd), while teammate Sean Abbott jumped 35 places to tie 33rd after an excellent series with the ball that included six wickets.
Jasprit Bumrah’s status as the world’s finest fast bowler has been reinforced by the current ICC Men’s Test Bowler rankings, which show the Indian quick at No. 1. Bumrah comes to the top for the first time after scoring 9/91 in his team’s series-equalling 106-run victory over England in the second Test in Vizag, making him the first Indian quick to claim the top Test position. Pakistan’s Babar Azam remains at the top of the ODI batter rankings, ahead of India trio Shubman Gill (second), Virat Kohli (third), and Rohit Sharma (fourth), while Abbott advances 52 places to equal 18th on the list for all-rounders.