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Yadav and Hafeez get big after star performances



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10icc1Kuldeep Yadav from India and Pakistan Mohamed Hafeez are awarded with great jumps in the latest MRF tires ICC Men's T20I Plaier Rankings after playing key roles in the convincing victories of their opponents in the recently completed T20I series.

Iadav picked up five five-time vaults with an economic rate of 5.6 in a 3-0 victory against Vindsey. This helped him in 14 places on a high career 23rd position in the bowling table.

Hafeez was in a sparkling shape with a stick against New Zealand, and his 132-race series with a strike of 145 raised 16 places to 53rd spot in the board.

Pakistan and India identical victories in the 3-0 series mean they have scored points MRF tires ICC Men's T20I Team Rankings, while New Zealand and Vindies moved in opposite directions.

In second place, Pakistan scored two points, while India added three points to third place, and moved to 138 and 127 points, while fifth placed New Zealand and seventh ranked West Indies finished at 112 and 102 points, dropping four points per piece.

Other batsmen who made significant improvements in the latest update include Rohit Sharma in the seventh (with three places), Kane Villiamson in 12th (from three places), Shikhar Dhavan at 16th (for five places) and Ross Tailor at the age of 59th (up five places).

On the table was led by Pakistan's Babar Azam, who after the first series finished with 14 points, opened the gap with Australian Aaron Finch at 19 points.

A few balls made significant upward movements. Among them are Faheem Ashraf in the seventh (for nine places), Imad Vasim in eight (two places), Bhuvneshvar Kumar in 19th (for nine places), Jasprit Bumrah at 21st (five places), Carlos Brathvaite at age 29th (up from four places), Tim Southee at age 36th (five places), Adam Milne at age 40th (five places) and Hafeez at the age of 59th (for 20 places).

Afghan Rashid Khan remains number one. He led Pakistan Shadab Khan for 41 points, and England Adil Rashid in third place.

There is no change in the top-four list of all round balls with Australian Glenn Makvell who leads the field. Mohammad Nabi is the second, followed by Shakib Al Hasan and JP Dumini.

In the meantime, Australia will be included in all four remaining T20I later this month. They will play South Africa in a one-off match in Carrara on November 17, before India will play in the series with three games on November 21, 23 and 25.

If Australia wins all four matches, then they will rise to 126th place in the 126th position. However, if they lose all four matches, then they will finish at the sixth position at 112 points.

Similarly, South Africa will win three points if it wins on November 17, while India will score 129 points if they win in all three matches against Australia.

Upcoming games:

November 17th – Australia to South Africa, Carrara, Gold Coast

November 21st – Australia vs. India, Adelaide

November 23rd – Australia vs. India, Melbourne

November 25th – Australia vs. India, Sydney

MRF tires ICC Men's T20I Team Rankings (November 12, after India in Vindies and Pakistan in the New Zealand Series)

Rank of teams

1. Pakistan 138 (+2)

2. India 127 (+3)

3. Australia 118

4. England 118

5. New Zealand 112 (-4)

6. South Africa 111

7. West Indies 102 (-4)

8. Afghanistan 92

9. Sri Lanka 87

10. Bangladesh 77

11. Scotland 62

12. Zimbabwe 55

13. UAE 50

14. Netherlands 50

15. Hong Kong 42

16. Oman 39

17. Ireland 34

* Nepal has 26 points, but he has to play another match before being ranked

(Developed by David Kendik)

MRF tires ICC Men's T20I Plaier Rankings (November 12, after India in Vindies and Pakistan in the New Zealand Series)

BATSMEN (top 20)

Rank (+/-) Player Team Points Avge Highest scores

1 (-) Babar Azam Pak 858 54.26 881 in Win in Karachi 2018

2 (-) Aaron Finch Aus 839 41.05 900 in Winter on Harare 2018

3 (+1) Colin Munro NZ 815 33.60 830 in Pak on Dubai 2018

4 (-1) Lokesh Rahul Ind 780 47.18 854 in Eng at Old Trafford 2018

5 (-) Fahar Zaman Pak 749 28.24 842 in Aus at Harare 2018

6 (+1) Glenn Makvell Aus 742 31.51 801 in NZ at Auckland 2018

7 (+3) Rohit Sharma Indy 707 33.43 718 v Victory in Lucknow 2018

8 (-2) Martin Guptill NZ 703 34.40 793 at SA v Hamilton 2012

9 (-1) Alek Hales Eng 697 32.10 866 in Indy at Edgbaston 2014

10 (-1) Jason Roi Eng 688! 23.21 688 in SL to Colombo (RPS) 2018

11 (-) D & # 39; Arci Short Aus 677 * 38.41 756 in United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi 2018

12 (+3) Kane Villiamson NZ 664 31.64 760 in Ban on Napier 2017

13 (+1) M. Shahzad Afghanistan 647 31.22 706 in Ire on Great Noida 2017

14 = (-2) Evin Levis Vin 632 * 33.06 780 in Eng at Durham 2017

(-2) Virat Kohli Ind 632 48.88 897 in Eng at Edgbaston 2014

16 (+5) Shikhar Dhavan Ind 631 27.87 636 v Ire to Malahide 2018

17 (-1) Shaiman Anvar UAE 630 31.52 636 per PNG in Abu Dhabi 2017

18 (-1) Jos Buttler Eng 610 26.80 614 v Ind in Bristol 2018

19 (-1) Hashim Amla SA 603 33.60 683 at Ban at Potchefstroom 2017

20 (-1) H. Masakadza Zim 599 27.07 699 in Ban na Khulna 2016

21 (-1) Eoin Morgan Eng 590 28.42 872 at Indy on Old Trafford 2011

22 (-) Faf du Plessis SA 584 35.34 843 at Ban at Mirpur 2015

23 (-) Joe Root Eng 583 35.77 750 in Victory on Kolkata 2016

24 (-) Kusal Perera SL 582 29.22 751 at SA in Chittagong 2014

25 (+1) JP Dumini SA 554 37.91 713 in NZ in Chittagong 2014

26 (+1) David Miller SA 552 29.28 563 at Ban at Potchefstroom 2017

27 (+1) Sabbir Rahman Ban 551 25.88 650 in NZ at Bai Oval 2017

28 = (+1) Shoaib Malik Pak 542 30.84 577 in SL in Colombo (RPS) 2009

(+2) Kile Coetzer Sco 542! 25.24 542 in No on Amstelveen 2018

30 (+1) Paul Stirling Ire 532 25.12 557 at Sco in Deventer 2018

BOVLERS (top 30)

Rank (+/-) Player Team Points Avge Highest scores

1 (-) Rashid Khan Afgan 793 12.40 816 in Ban on Dehradun 2018

2 (-) Shadab Khan Pak 752 17.16 769 in Sco in Edinburgh 2018

3 (+2) Adil Rashid Eng 676! 26.38 676 in SL to Colombo (RPS) 2018

4 (-) I. Chahal Ind 669 18.75 706 in Ban in Colombo (RPS) 2018

5 (-2) Ish Sodhi NZ 668 21.10 739 in Pak on Velington 2018

6 (+2) Imran Tahir SA 653 14.95 795 in NZ on Auckland 2017

7 (+9) Faheem Ashraf Pak 652 *! 19.47 652 in NZ in Dubai 2018

8 (+2) Imad Vasim Pak 651 19.62 780 v Win on Trinidad 2017

9 (-) Billi Stanlake Aus 640 * 19.65 653 in Pak on Dubai 2018

10 (+1) Andrev Tie Aus 634 21.75 658 in Pak on Harare 2018

11 (+1) Shakib Al Hasan Ban 633 21.06 672 v Pak at Mirpur 2014

12 (+1) Mohamed Nabi Afg 630 24.25 638 in Ban on Dehradun 2018

13 (-7) Mitchell Santner NZ 626 21.37 731 in Pak on Velington 2018

14 (-) M. Naveed UAE 622 17.96 632 to Afg in Dubai (GCA) 2016

15 (-) Liam Plunkett Eng 621 25.00 644 v Ind in Cardiff 2018

16 (-9) Samuel Badree Win 616 21.07 855 v Pak na Mirpur 2014

17 (-1) Chris Jordan Eng 611 28.00 628 in Indy on Nagpur 2017

18 (+1) M. Rahman Ban 598 17.44 695 in SL to Colombo (RPS) 2017

19 = (+9) B. Kumar Ind 595 24.16 622 in SA in Cape Town 2018

(+1) David Villei Eng 595 24.67 615 v Ind in Cardiff 2018

21 (+5) Jasprit Bumrah Ind 589 19.65 764 v Eng in Bengaluru 2017

22 (-) Adam Zampa Aus 585 * 18.84 599 in NZ in Sydney 2018

23 (+14) Kuldeep Iadav Ind 584 * 12.48 596 v Victory at Lucknhof 2018

24 (-) Mark Vat Sco 568 26.36 573 in Pak in Edinburgh 2018

25 (-) Ahmed Raza UAE 567 39.66 578 in PNG in Abu Dhabi 2017

26 (-) George Dockrell Ire 566 19.18 668 in Winter in Silhet 2014

27 (-9) Trent Boult NZ 564 21.18 622 in Aus in Sydney 2018

28 (-7) Hasan Ali Pak 556 22.81 590 in NZ in Abu Dhabi 2018

29 (+4) Carlos Brathvaite Win 555 30.25 582 v Indy on Kolkata 2018

30 (-1) Akila Dananjaia SL 553 * 30.35 564 in SA to Colombia (RPS) 2018

ALL-ROUNDERS (top 10)

Rank (+/-) Player Team Points Highest rating

1 (-) Glenn Makvell Aus 345 396 in Eng at Melbourne 2018

2 (-) Mohammad Nabi Afg 313 323 in Ban on Dehradun 2018

3 (-) Shakib Al Hasan Ban 310 408 v Pak na Mirpur 2015

4 (-) JP Dumini SA 225 276 at Ban at Mirpur 2015

5 = (+1) Mahmudullah Ban 213 215 in Afg to Dehradun 2018

(+1) Thisara Perera SL 213 214 in Victory on Lorda 2018

7 (+1) Paul Stirling Ire 208 227 in United Arab Emirates at Silhet 2014

8 (+1) Berrington Sco 202 / * 203 in Net in Amstelveen 2018

9 = (-4) Marlon Samuels Win 197 321 in SL at Mirpur 2014

(+1) Sean Villiams Zim 197 * / 224 in Avgan on Nagpur 2016

* indicates a temporary rating; batsman qualifies for full scoring as he scored 600 or more runs; the beater qualifies for a full score after canceling 400 deliveries.

! marks the highest career grade


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