Yashasvi Jaiswal Climbs 11 Spots, Rohit Sharma ninth In ICC Check Rankings | Cricket Information

Younger Indian opener Yashasvi Jaiswal continued his ascent within the ICC Check rankings, rising 11 locations to 63rd whereas his skipper Rohit Sharma inched as much as ninth amongst batters within the newest listing launched on Wednesday. Scores of 57 and 38 within the drawn second Check in opposition to the West Indies in Port of Spain have catapulted 21-year-old Jaiswal within the batters listing as he now has 466 factors. Rohit, who had scores of 80 and 57 in second Check, continued to stay the highest-ranked Indian Check batter. He has 759 level and is tied on the ninth place along with his Sri Lankan counter half Dimuth Karunaratne.

Rohit is trailed by teammates, Rishabh Pant, who has slipped one slot to twelfth place on 743 factors and Virat Kohli, who stays in 14th place on 733 factors.

Previously top-ranked batters Marnus Labuschagne of Australia and Joe Root of England have made their manner again in direction of the highest, progressing three locations every to succeed in second and third positions respectively.

New Zealand batter Kane Williamson stays on the high of the listing with 883 score factors.

England’s Zak Crawley is up 13 locations to thirty fifth, Harry Brook has risen to eleventh place and Jonny Bairstow has superior three locations to joint-Nineteenth, all prospering within the rankings after the fourth Ashes Check.

Veteran Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (879) continues his keep on the high within the bowlers’ listing, whereas Ravindra Jadeja (782) has climbed to sixth.

Pacer Mohammad Siraj has additionally seen an upward motion within the listing as he rose six locations to thirty third.

Sri Lankan Prabath Jayasuriya’s seven-wicket haul in Galle has lifted him seven locations to a career-best seventh place.

Jayasuriya’s spin companion Ramesh Mendis is up one place to twenty first after ending with six wickets within the match.

Pacers Mark Wooden (up three locations to twenty third) and Chris Woakes (up 5 locations to thirty first) are the primary gainers for England, whereas Pakistan leg-spinner Abrar Ahmed (up 12 locations to forty fifth) and West Indies left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican (up six locations to 62nd) are among the many others to advance.

Within the all-rounders’ rankings, Jadeja and Ashwin proceed to carry on to the highest two spots, whereas Axar Patel is static on quantity 5.

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