Indian batsman KL Rahul is ranked second in the latest T20I rankings after the ICC announced, while Virat Kohli has gained one place and is now ranked sixth. While KL Rahul currently has 816 points, Virat Kohli has 697 points in the sixth position. England’s storming batsman David is at the top of the T20 batsmen’s rankings with 915 points.
In the T20 rankings, Pakistan’s captain and batsman Babar Azam has also gained a place and is now ranked third with 801 points. Kangaroo captain Aaron Finch has now slipped to fourth place with a total of 788 points. Players from Australia and New Zealand showed a lot of advantage in the latest ICC T20 rankings as it was released after the first two T20 matches played between them.
New Zealand batsmen Martin Guptill and Devon have gained a lot in the recent T20 rankings. Conway hit 99 in the first T20 match of the five-match series against Australia, which has benefited the batsmen’s rankings. He got the benefit of 6th place and now he has reached the 12th place. His fellow batsman Guptill also moved up to 11th position in the second T20I with a 97-run innings.
The Kangaroos’ Marnus benefited a lot and scored 110 out of 77, while Matthew Wade is at 118. No change has been made in the top five in the list of bowlers with Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan (736) at the top. No Indian has been included in the top 10 bowlers. New Zealand’s Tim Southee is sixth, Miguel Sentner is seventh, Ish Sodhi is 11th and Trent Bolt is 49th.