Test Rankings: Williamson tops the list of batsmen

ICC have released new test rankings after end of between Pakistan and New Zealand test. This test match was last for a year 2020. According to new Test Rankings: Williamson tops the list of batsmen. Remember Pakistan lose first match to New Zealand after which ICC releases new Test rankings.

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Test Rankings: Williamson tops the list of batsmen

According to the details: New Zealand batsman Ken Williamson, who performed brilliantly in the first Test match against Pakistan, has moved up two places in the latest ICC rankings and has become number one. Kiwi batsmen have topped the list for the first time since 2015.

Indian captain Virat Kohli is second in the batsmen’s rankings. However, Australia’s Steve Smith has slipped two places to third. Steven Smith, who was at top the list, replaced Kan Williamson and came in third. Australia’s Marins is fourth and Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam Brahman is fifth.

Ajinkya Rahane is sixth, David Warner is seventh, Ben Stokes is eighth, Route is ninth and Chhattisgarh Pujara is tenth. While Azhar Ali is 25th, Asad Shafiq is 28th, Shaun Masood is 42nd, Mohammad Rizwan has moved up 27 places to 47th position.

No Pakistani bowler is in the top ten in the Test bowling rankings. The first position is held by Pat Cummins of Australia. Stuart Broad is second, Neil Wagner is third, Tim Sothie is fourth and Mitchell Stark is fifth. Who have achieved two levels of development.

There is no Pakistani player in the top ten in the list of all-rounders rankings. The first position held by Ben Stokes of England. Jason Holder of West Indies is at the second position, Ravindra Jadeja of India is at the third position, Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh is at the fourth position and Mitchell Starc is at the fifth position.

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