Babar Azam has emerged as the run-making machine for his national side in the last couple of years.
The change T20 format has brought to the game remains unparalleled.
Selectors likely to rest Kohli and bring in Samson and Dube.
Babar Azam's T20I performances recently took a dip and he's in danger of losing his No.1 rank.
Twitterverse was amazed at the comical incompetence of the Pakistani batsman after watching the run-out and decided to make fun of the incident in the only way they could.
There are batsmen who have found ways to be consistent in T20I cricket. Hence, that reflects in the rankings as well.
Of late these cricketers have not been big contributors of their respective sides so they might find themselves out of the equation.
With Bairstow out of the squad, Buttler is more than likely to keep the wickets in New Zealand.
With KL Rahul breathing down the neck courtesy a superior record at both the International and IPL level and his own dwindling returns, it wouldn't be an aberration to say that this could be a make-or-break season for Dhawan.
Sarfaraz has been persisted with even after his poor show in the 2019 World Cup.