Mitchell Marsh and Mohammad Naim move up to joint-25th in ICC Men’s T20I Player Rankings

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has moved up six places to 56th among batters and gained three slots to reach the 18th position among bowlers while retaining second position in the list of all-rounders.

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Mitchell Marsh (L) of Australia celebrates the dismissal of Lendl Simmons. (Photo by RANDY BROOKS/AFP via Getty Images)

Australia all-rounder Mitchell Marsh and Bangladesh opener Mohammad Naim have moved up to joint-25th position in the ICC Men’s T20I Player Rankings after the opening game of their five-match series in Dhaka on Tuesday.

Marsh has advanced 13 places after top-scoring for Australia with a run-a-ball 45 while left-hander Naim has gained seven slots with a 29-ball 30, in the latest weekly update that includes performances in the four-match series between the West Indies and Pakistan and the last two matches of the Sri Lanka-India series.

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has moved up six places to 56th among batters and gained three slots to reach 18th position among bowlers while retaining second position in the list of all-rounders led by Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi.

West Indies players gain in ICC Rankings as well

For the West Indies, Nicholas Pooran’s unbeaten 62 in the series opener against Pakistan has lifted him 15 places to 48th position. Fast bowlers Dushmantha Chameera of Sri Lanka (up 19 places to joint-18th).

Jason Holder of the West Indies (up 17 places to 53rd) and Pakistan’s Hasan Ali (up six places to 60th) have moved up among bowlers after that match.

Other movements in the bowlers’ list see India seam bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar advance four places to 12th, West Indies leg-spinner Hayden Walsh gain four slots to 34th, Bangladesh’s left-arm fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman move from 46th to 30th and Sri Lanka spinner Akila Dananjaya gain 29 slots to reach 36th position.

Outside the top 50, the Australia pair of Andrew Tye (up seven places to 70th) and Josh Hazlewood (up 33 places to 77th) have made notable progress after finishing with one and three wickets, respectively, in the 23-run loss.

Here are the top 10 batsmen according to ICC T20I Rankings

S.NoPlayer NameTeamRating
1Dawid MalanEngland841
2Babar AzamPakistan819
3Aaron FinchAustralia795
4Devon ConwayNew Zealand774
5Virat KohliIndia717
6Lokesh RahulIndia699
7Mohammad RizwanPakistan692
8Martin GuptillNew Zealand688
9Evin LewisWest Indies664
10Rassie van der DussenSouth Africa650

Here are the top 10 bowlers according to the ICC T20I Rankings

S.NoPlayer NameTeamRating
1Tabraiz ShamsiSouth Africa792
2Wanindu De SilvaSri Lanka764
3Rashid KhanAfghanistan719
4Adil RashidEngland689
5Mujeeb Ur RahmanAfghanistan687
6Tim SoutheeNew Zealand669
7Adam ZampaAustralia663
8Ashton AgarAustralia647
9Ish SodhiNew Zealand640
10Mitchell SantnerNew Zealand616

Here are the top 5 all-rounders according to ICC T20I Rankings

S.NoPlayer NameTeamRating
1Mohammad NabiAfghanistan285
2Shakib Al HasanBangladesh252
3Richard BerringtonScotland194
4Glenn MaxwellAustralia178
5Khawar AliOman159

 

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