The England team gave a stellar display in the final Test against the West Indians. Stuart Broad saw seven positions in the last ICC Player Rankings to take third place among bowlers. England won the 3rd and the 269th match for the 2-1 series. Broad finished 10 for 67 with a matching train and surpassed the 500 test wickets mark. He’s risen from three all-round to 11th positions.
Below are the top ten lists:
- Pat Cummings
- Neil Wagner
- Stuart Broad
- Tim Southee
- Jason Holder
- Kagiso Rabada
- Mitchell Starc
- Jasprit Bumrah
- Trent Boult
- Josh Hazlewood
A look at Indian Players
Indian cricketers, whose position hasn’t been taking on since March because of the pandemic of COVID-19, have retained their top 10 positions. Virat Kohli remains second behind Steve Smith, though Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane remain respectively seventh and eighth.
Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja have their name in a list of all-rounders respectively, in the third and the fifth positions. With Wide rising to the top 10 in seven, the Indian Jasprit Bumrah had been dropping to rank eighth on the list of bowlers.
The International Cricketers
Chris Woakes, whose five-hand carriage in the second innings led him to 20th place and a career-best ranking of 654, was another England bowler who advanced in the standings.
Opener Rory Burns won 13 places after 57 and 90 points in Old Trafford to 17th, the first time that the 29-year-old leftist has moved into the top 20.
Ollie Pope finished 46th in the career, winning 24 slots in his only game innings behind his 91st and the wicket woman Jos Buttler’s 67th jack moving him from 50th to 44th place.
Since his first-place finish in August 2016, he finished in his lifetime of 500 test wickets with a matching train of 10 out of 67. The 35-year-old was seven more places with the kitchen in his first entry, as his rapid-fire 62 balls had taken place.
Chris Woakes, whose five-hand carriage in the second innings led him to 20th place and a career-best ranking of 654; was another England bowler who advanced in the standings.
England’s Rory Burns has risen to 17th position in Old Trafford by 13 points; the first time the 29-year-old leftist has been moving into the top 20, after scoring 57 and 90.
Ollie Pope reached a 46th-place career, taking 24 slots in his only game games; while Jos Buttler’s 67th-knock placed him between 50th and 44th.
Shai Hope has secured two slots for the West Indies, reaching 68th, while Pacer Kemar Roach has advanced to 15th; following a four-wicket collection in the first innings in England.