ICC Player Rankings, Pakistani players are ruling the chart; check the full Rankings After Pakistan vs Bangladesh match| ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings: On November 01, 2023, After playing wonderful cricket against Bangladesh, Pakistani players improved their position in the latest ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings. Babar Azam and Shaheen Shah Afridi are present at the top position in the batting and bowling Rankings.
Shaheen Shah Afridi has been phenomenal in the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023, as he took 16 wickets in seven matches. Shaheen moved to the top spot in the ICC ODI Bowling Rankings with a rating of 673. He took three crucial wickets in the match against Bangladesh.
Babar Azam retains his top position in the latest ICC ODI Batting Rankings with a rating of 818, but Indian batter Shubman Gill is present at second spot with a rating of 816. Gill will surpass Pakistani skipper Babar Azam in this World Cup.
Indian Skipper Rohit Sharma moved to the fifth spot with a rating of 443 as he played excellent cricket in this tournament. Virat Kohli is in the seventh spot with a rating of 735 in the latest ICC ODI Batting Rankings.
Australian bowler Josh Hazlewood dropped to the second position after having a poor performance in the World Cup 2023. He has a rating of 663, whereas Indian Pacer Mohd. Siraj also slips to the third spot with a rating of 656.
Shakib Al Hasan is still in first position in the ICC ODI All-Rounders Rankings with a rating of 316. He has been in this position for a long time and is expected to remain in the same position as there is no competition for him.
ICC Player Rankings | ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings :
ICC ODI Batting Rankings:
|3||Quinton de Kock||765|
|9||Rassie van der Dussen||706|
ICC ODI Bowling Rankings:
|8||Mujeeb Ur Rahman||641|
ICC ODI All-Rounders Rankings:
|1||Shakib Al Hasan||316|
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