Mohammad Rizwan’s second position in the T20 ranking has been maintained, while Babar Azam has faced a downgrade.
According to the latest rankings released by the International Cricket Council (ICC), Pakistan captain Babar Azam has dropped one place to the fourth position.
In the list of batsmen, India’s Surya Kumar Yadav retained the first position while New Zealand’s Devon Conway moved to the third position.
South Africa’s Eden Markram remains fifth and England’s David Mullan remains sixth, while New Zealand’s Glenn Phillips moves up two places to seventh.
South Africa’s Riley Russo and Australia’s Aaron Finch have slipped one place to eighth and ninth respectively, while Sri Lanka’s Patham Nissanka has retained his tenth position.
England’s Alex Hales and Jos Buttler rose one place to eleventh and twelfth respectively.
There is no change in the top ten list of bowling and all-rounders.
In the bowling list, Sri Lanka’s Vinandu Hasaranga is first, Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan is second, England’s Adil Rashid is third, Australia’s Josh Hazlewood is fourth and England’s Sam Curran is in fifth position.
South Africa’s Tabriz Shamsi, Australia’s Adam Zampa, Afghanistan’s Mujeebur Rahman, South Africa’s Enrich Nurkia and Sri Lanka’s Mahesh Thikeshana are at the sixth to tenth positions respectively.
In the list of all-rounders, Bangladesh’s Shakib-ul-Hasan is first, Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi is second and India’s Hardik Pandya is in third position.
🔹 Suryakumar Yadav continues to shine
🔹 A host of Australian stars make big gains
— ICC (@ICC) November 23, 2022