Bumrah's rating deteriorated as a consequence of poor efficiency, Kohli stays at primary

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Raj Express After dropping the three-match ODI sequence to New Zealand, the rating of Indian quick bowler Jasprit Bumrah has deteriorated, Jasprit Bumrah has not been in a position to take a single wicket in all the ODI sequence, which has seen the impact of his ODI rating. He has moved from primary to second place.

Trent Bolt has been ranked primary within the ICC ODI Ranking launched today. While Jasprit Bumrah misplaced one place and reached the second place. New Zealand quick bowler Trent Boult is at primary with 724 factors, whereas Bumrah is in second place with 719 factors, Afghanistan spinner Mujib ur Rehman has acquired 701 factors and is in third place. <! –

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Virat primary in batting

Indian batsman and captain Virat Kohli stays at primary in ICC's newest ODI rankings. In the ODI sequence in opposition to New Zealand, he had scored a half-century and carried out poorly in two matches, however this has not made an influence within the ICC ODI rankings. Rohit Sharma is second from the Indian crew. Rohit Sharma was dropped from the New Zealand sequence as a consequence of damage.

In the batting rankings, Pakistani batsman Babar Azam is third, Ross Taylor has gained one place, he’s in fourth place, South African batsman Faf du Plessy is in fifth place, he has misplaced one place.

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