Virat Kohli stayed at number five while Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant were joint 6th in the most recent release of the ICC Men’s Test Batsmen’s Rankings.
Kohli will lead India in the last of the World Test Championship against New Zealand from June 18. Gasp and Rohit have gotten one position each, with 747 rating focuses.
New Zealand’s twofold Centurion Test debutant Devon Conway, who scored 200 off 347 balls, entered the Test batting rankings at 77th position. Their commander Kane Williamson tops the outline with 895 rating focuses.
The assertion gave by the ICC said, “Conway, who is as of now positioned fourth in T20Is and 121st in ODIs, scored New Zealand’s 440 on Test debut by Lou Vincent against Australia in Perth in 2001. The rating score has been improved.”
“Speed bowler Tim Southee is another to become wildly successful in the most recent update of the men’s week by week rankings, his second six at Lord’s pushing him to a profession best third spot while the third-best evaluating point is sacked by New Zealand. Bowler. He has 838 focuses, with just Richard Hadlee (909) and Neil Wagner (859) scoring higher bowling focuses.
ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings. (icc.com/screengrab)
In the Test bowling rankings, India spinner R Ashwin was second with 850 rating focuses, behind just Australian pacer Pat Cummins (908 focuses).
West Indies’ Jason Holder held his best position in the Test all-rounder rankings with 423 rating focuses.
India’s Ravindra Jadeja (386 focuses) and Ashwin (353) are at the second and fourth positions separately.