Pakistan captain Babar Azam has advanced his situation in the Cricket ICC Test batting rankings after a decent execution in the as of late held West Indies series.
The most recent week after week ICC update, which remembers exhibitions for the principal test in Kingston, sees Babar Azam climb two openings to eighth situation among hitters after scores of 30 and 55 while Faheem Ashraf and Fawad Alam have acquired four spaces each to arrive at 48th and 55th positions, individually.
Pakistani pacers in the rundown are Hassan Ali (15), Mohammad Abbas (17) and Shaheen Shah Afridi (18). No Pakistani all-rounder is remembered for the main 10 rundown.
Britain Captain Joe Root’s glimmering structure in the continuous test series against India has helped the England Captain flood to the second spot in the rankings.
He was put at no 5 preceding the beginning of the series however two centuries in two matches has brought him inside striking distance of Kane Williamson’s best position.
In the bowling rankings, James Anderson’s five-wicket pull in the principal innings assisted him with acquiring one spot to no 6. Imprint Wood and Mohammed Siraj additionally bounced up the rankings, acquiring 5 and 18 spots separately. Wood is as of now positioned 37th with Siraj a spot behind at 38.