Web Analytics

India’s Jaiswal, Gill rise in ICC Test Batting Rankings following England series win

More articles

DUBAI: India’s top-order batters Yashasvi Jaiswal, and Shubman Gill reached their career-best positions in the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) Men’s Test Batting Rankings.

India defeated England by five wickets in the fourth Test to attain an unassailable 3-1 lead in the five-match series, resulting in their players rising in the ICC Test Batting Rankings.

Jaiswal scored a half-century in the first innings followed by 37 runs in the second innings to gain three spots to reach 12th position, while Gill rose four places to reach 31st after scoring a half-century in the second innings.

England’s Zak Crawley also reached his career-best rankings as he gained 10 places to reach the 17th spot after registering scores of 42 and 60 in the fourth Test against India.

His team-mate Joe Root scored his 31st Test century and clinched third position in the ICC Test Batting Rankings.

New Zealand’s Kane Williamson leads the Test batting rankings with 893 rating points, followed by Australia’s Steve Smith at second spot with 818 points.

Follow us on our Official WhatsApp channel

Root also made a leap of three places to reach the fourth position with 282 points in the ICC Test All-Rounder Rankings, meanwhile, India’s Ravindra Jadeja stands at the top with 449 rating points.

In the ICC Test Bowling Rankings, Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav jumped 10 spots to reach the 32nd spot courtesy of his 4-22 in the second innings of the fourth Test against England.

Australian pace bowler Josh Hazlewood gained six places to claim the seventh position in the ICC T20 Bowling Rankings after his team whitewashed New Zealand in the T20I series.

Meanwhile, New Zealand pacer Lockie Ferguson claimed five wickets in the series and consequently jumped 20 spots to reach 29th position.

Australian batters also made notable gains in the ICC T20I Batting Rankings as captain Mitchell Marsh jumped two places to 15th, Travis Head jumped 18 places to 19th and Tim David gained six spots to reach 22nd.

READ: Injured New Zealand batter Devon Conway out of first Australia Test

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Latest Stories