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Pakistan Moves up in Cricket Rankings as South Africa retain top spot in ICC ODI rankings

Pakistan shot up two spots to leapfrog Sri Lanka and Bangladesh into sixth on the ODI charts after their 180-run trouncing of India on Sunday.

South Africa maintained their foothold at the top of the ICC ODI rankings in the latest annual update, on June 19, that sees them still sit ahead of Australia at number two.

Champions Trophy victors shoot up two spots to sixth on the ODI charts while Proteas remain top dogs

Pakistan have received further reward for their unlikely Champions Trophy triumph after the International Cricket Council confirmed they'd risen two spots on the one-day international team rankings on Monday.

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South Africa, who were defeated by Pakistan earlier in the competition and eliminated at the group-stage, remain the top-ranked ODI side despite again falling short an ICC event.

Australia too haven't given up ground despite an earlier-than-planned exit from the Champions Trophy, retaining their second spot two ranking points behind the Proteas.

Defeated finalists India are still third, while England and New Zealand have both retained ground in fourth and fifth spot respectively.

There was more good news for Pakistan in the individual rankings, with player-of-the-tournament Hasan Ali climbing 12 spots into seventh on the bowling charts, with the right-armer finding himself in the top-10 for the first time.

Young gun Babar Azam has risen three spots into fifth on the batting rankings, joining defeated India captain Virat Kohli (first), Australia vice-captain David Warner (second), Proteas skipper AB de Villiers (third) and England's Joe Root (fourth) among the top echelon of ODI batsmen.


ODI rankings as on June 20, 2017                      

  1. South Africa 119 points (-4 points)
  2. Australia 117 points (-1)
  3. India 116 points (-1 points)
  4. England 113 points (+1 point)
  5. New Zealand 111 points (-4 points)
  6. Pakistan 95 points (+7 points)
  7. Bangladesh 94 points (+1 point)
  8. Sri Lanka 93 points (- points)
  9. West Indies 77 points (-2 points)
  10. Afghanistan 54 points
  11. Zimbabwe 46 points (-2 points)
12. Ireland 43 points (+1 point)


 Post dated May 1, 2017


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