Pakistan’s Middle-order batsman Babar Azam has reached the top 10 for the first time, moving from 13th to ninth position after his unbeaten knock of 102. He is currently number one in the T20I rankings and has enjoyed a best ranking of second in the ODIs.
Opener Abid Ali’s 109*, which made him the first male cricketer and only the second after former England woman opener Enid Bakewell to score centuries on both Test and ODI debuts, has entered the rankings at an impressive 78th position.
Left-arm fast bowler Shaheen Afridi (up two places to 47th) and Naseem Shah (up 15 places to 110th) have also gained in the latest update. Sri Lanka batsman Angelo Mathews has gained one place to reach 23rd and Dhananjaya de Silva has moved from 43rd to 35th. Lahiru Kumara has gone from 38th to 36th among Sri Lanka’s bowlers.
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