Conway jumps to No.4 after brisk 92* in T20I opener

The ICC (International Cricket Council) has released lastest Test, ODI and T20I player rankings on Wednesday.

Conway jumps to No.4 after brisk 92* in T20I opener

The updates include the third New Zealand vs Bangladesh ODI as well as the first two T20Is, the last two ODIs between India and New Zealand, and the first West Indies vs Sri Lanka Test.

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New Zealand’s Devon Conway is not the world No.4 T20I batsman following his match-winning 92* runs in the first T20I against Bangladesh in Hamilton. He currently has 784 points against his name.

Mohammad Naim Sheikh, who made 27 and 38, is 28th after jumping 13 places. Soumya Sarkar has taken himself to 41st after a quick fifty in the second T20I.

New Zealand stand-in skipper Tim Southee has moved up to No.7 in T20I bowlers’ rankings.

Matt Henry has soared to No.3 in ODI bowling rankings, moving 5 places. His compatriot Trent Boult still rules the table. Bangladesh’s Mehidy Hasan Miraz has slipped to five from four.

Ben Stokes has moved to No.2 in ODI all-rounder rankings, behind Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh.

As far as the Test rankings is concerned, Jason Holder has broken into top 10 of bowling rankings following a 5/27 in Antigua.

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