ODI rankings: Babar and Imam on Top! Kohli also loses second position


Babar Azam and Imam-ul-Haq ruled the list of batsmen in the ODI rankings.

Men ICC bating ranking 2022

According to details, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has released a new one-day ranking in which the rule of national captain Babar Azam is maintained.

Imam-ul-Haq, the form opener of the national cricket team, has reached the second position, leaving behind Virat Kohli of India.

Virat Kohli slipped one place to third position, while India’s Rohit Sharma, South Africa’s Quentin de Kock and New Zealand’s Ross Taylor are still in fourth to sixth position respectively.

South African race vendor Dyson moved up one place to seventh, while England’s Johnny Beerstow dropped two places to eighth.

Australian captain Aaron Finch rose one notch to snatch ninth place from his opening partner David Warner. Warner slipped one place to tenth.

Icc bowling ranking 2022

Trent Bolt still holds the number one position in the bowling list, while Josh Hazelwood of Australia, Matt Henry of New Zealand and Shaheen Shah Afridi of Pakistan moved up two places to the second to fourth position respectively.

India’s Jaspreet Bumrah is still in fifth position, while England’s Chris Vokes has slipped four places to sixth.

Mujeeb-ur-Rehman of Afghanistan has moved up two places to sixth position along with Chris Vokes.

Bangladesh’s Mehdi Hassan Miraz and Shakib Al Hasan have slipped one place to eighth and ninth respectively.

Mohammad Nabi of Afghanistan has moved up two places to ninth position along with Shakib Al Hasan.

ICC all rounder ranking 2022