ICC Test Rankings: Prithvi Shaw, Rishabh Pant make gains, Umesh Yadav enters top-25

By: Sports Desk |

Published: October 15, 2018 2:19:44 pm

Umesh Yadav picked up 10 wickets within the second Test in opposition to West Indies. (Source: PTI)

India kids Prithvi Shaw and Rishah Pant have made coated first rate floor after the West Indies Test collection – which India gained 2-0. In the up to date ICC Test Rankings for batsmen, Shaw and Pant have risen following the 10-wicket win on Sunday which sealed a comfortabl collection win in Hyderabad.

Shaw had entered the rankings on 73rd place after a maiden Test century on debut and climbed additional to 60th place after knocks of 70 and 33 not out from the opening slot. Pant, then again, scored 92 runs within the opening innings and regardless of lacking out on his century, has been rewarded with a 23 place acquire to succeed in 62nd place within the rankings. The Delhi batsman had begun the collection in 111th place and missed centuries in each Tests, getting dismissed on 92 in each matches, however the rise in rankings would give him satisfaction.

Among the bowlers, Umesh Yadav has gained 4 slots to succeed in 25th place after changing into solely the third India quick bowler to say a 10-wicket Test haul on dwelling soil.

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For the visiting West Indies, captain Jason Holder has risen in charts in all departments. His haul of 5 for 56 in India’s first innings has lifted him 4 locations to a career-best ninth place amongst bowlers whereas his first innings half-century took him three slots as much as attain 53rd place. Holder has additionally overtaken South Africa’s Vernon Philander to 3rd place amongst all-rounders.

Other gamers from West Indies to to advance embody Roston Chase, whose first innings century helped him acquire 10 slots and attain 31st place, and Shai Hope, who has gained 5 locations to succeed in 35th place.

Prithvi Shaw scored 70 and 33* within the second Test in opposition to West Indies.

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In workforce rankings, India gained one level from the collection win and West Indies misplaced one level nevertheless it made no distinction to the general workforce rating.

ICC Test Team Rankings

1. India – 116 factors

2. South Africa – 106 factors

3. Australia – 106 factors

4. England – 105 factors

5. New Zealand – 102 factors

6. Sri Lanka – 97 factors

7. Pakistan – 88 factors

8. West Indies – 76 factors

9. Bangladesh – 67 factors

10. Zimbabwe – 2 factors

11. Afghanistan – Zero factors

12. Ireland – Zero factors

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