ICC ODI Ranking: Bumrah misplaced prime place, nobody may shake Virat-Rohit

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Dubai: Team India in newest ICC rating India vs New Zealand There is a lack of clear sweep in ODI sequence. Jasprit Bumrah, who couldn’t take a single wicket on this sequence, has misplaced his first place. While nobody has been in a position to take away captain Virat Kohli regardless of his poor efficiency.

Virat had scored solely 75 runs in three matches of this ODI sequence. But even after this, he managed to retain his first place. On the opposite hand, Rohit Sharma, who has been out because of damage on this sequence, has retained the second place. <! –

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                 Virat has 869 and Rohit has 855 ranking factors.

In the listing of batsmen, Pakistan's Babar Azam and after this, Ross Taylor of New Zealand has gained one place and now he has are available fourth place. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson stays in seventh place with 733 factors.

In this sequence, Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah, who was badly flopped, has been pushed one place behind by Trent Boult of New Zealand. Bolt couldn’t play on this sequence because of damage. Bumrah has 719 ranking factors whereas Bold tops with 727 ranking factors. Bumrah gave 167 runs on this sequence with out taking any wickets in 30 overs.

After Bumrah, Afghanistan's Mujib ur Rehman, Kagiso Rabada and Pat Cummins are in place. At the identical time, Ravindra Jadeja has jumped three locations within the all rounders and has reached seventh place with 246 factors. Jadeja took two wickets, scoring 63 runs in two matches of this sequence.

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