DUBAI: Indian captain Virat Kohli continues to outdo the striking image of the ODI CPI, while his predecessor Mahendra Singh Dhoni won three points to be 12th in the latest ranking released on Tuesday.
In the ranking of players of MRF ICC ODI, there are a number of moves, but the first five hitters, bowlers and all referees remained unchanged.
Kohli is at the top of the table, followed by David Warner, AB Villiers of South Africa, Joe Root of England and Babar Azam, Pakistan.
Dhoni, meanwhile, has moved three places to 12 after scoring 154 runs in the series against the West Indies, while Ajinkya Rahane was rewarded for finishing as the series’ first coach with 336 runs with a jump of 13 seats that place just off the top 20 in a high run position 23a.
Shai Esperanza, West Indies, expect 20 to 61 places in the latest ranking.
The hitters going in the right direction after the series in Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe 38th Niroshan Dickwella (up to seven seats), 51 Sikandar Raza (three places), Hamilton Masakadza 57a (14 places), Upul Tharanga 64th (10 places) and 70th Danushka Gunathilaka (up to 36 seats).
However, no feature of India in the top 10 pitchers and all the rosters of all referees who headed Australia Josh Hazlewood and Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh.
On the pitcher list, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ravichandran Ashwin and Jason Holder returned to the top 20.
Kumar climbed six places to 13, now 18 starter after improving five places after his eight innings in the series, while Ashwin 20 years after jumping 10 places.
Sikandar Raza and Hardik Pandya are the biggest motors in the list of all the referees. Race has jumped 17 places to 10th place victory for the first time in his career, while Pandya is now 26 after climbing 22 places.
In the newly played series, India overcame the West Indies 3-1, while Zimbabwe has ravaged Sri Lanka 3-2, which has led to changes in the ODI team’s classification of the West Indies, A new hope in the race to September 30, 2017 date for the direct classification for the 2019 World Cup of the ICC cricket.
The victory of the historic series of the fool against Sri Lanka gave the West Indies a direct qualifying hope for the Cricket World Cup 2019 ICC with the difference between two former world champions in the West Indies and champions of Sri Lanka, 1996, Reduced to 10 points on the MRF ICC ODI Team Positions tire.
Sri Lanka entered the series against Zimbabwe, needing to win 4 to 1 or better to secure a place at the 2017 Cricket World Cup ICC.
However, the final result has led the West Indies to compete, while Sri Lanka increased from 93 points to 88 points, which means that the difference of 16 points between the eighth and ninth fell to 10 points.
Under the current program Future Tours Sri Lanka now have a second chance to qualify directly for the Cricket World Cup in 2019, when the ICC welcomes India for a series of five ODIs in August.
If Sri Lanka wins two or more matches in this series, they will automatically qualify for the 50th ICC tournament, regardless of how England and the West Indies will disappear.