ICC Test Ranking: Kohli, Pant, Rohit Maintain Top Ten Places | Cricket news

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ICC Test Ranking: Kohli, Pant, Rohit Maintain Top Ten Places |  Cricket news


DUBAI: New Zealand opening batsman Devon Conway entered the ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings on Wednesday at position 77 with a record 447 rating points, the highest for a New Zealand batsman in the debut and third highest on debut.
India pattern virat Kohli, wicketkeeper-batter Rishabh trousersand opener Rohit sharma they have maintained their fifth and sixth positions respectively in the batting rankings. Pant and Rohit are joint starters for sixth place in the batting standings.
The 29-year-old Conway, who scored 200 and 23 in the first test drawn against England at Lord’s, entered the list two points behind RE Foster of England and one point behind Kyle Mayers of the West Indies.
Foster had scored 287 in his debut against Australia in Sydney in 1903 for a record 449 rating points, while Mayers had scored 40 and 210 no in the first Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong in February this year to record 448 points. currently ranked fourth in T20I and 121st in ODI, he surpassed New Zealand’s mark of 440 qualifying points in Lou Vincent’s test debut against Australia in Perth in 2001.
Fast launcher Tim southee is another to triumph in the latest update of the men’s weekly rankings, his second six-wicket run at Lord’s pushed him to a career-best third position while achieving the third-best qualifying score of a New Zealand pitcher. He’s gone up to 838 points, with only Richard Hadlee (909) and Neil Wagner (859) achieving higher bowling points.

Among England players, Rory Burns has climbed 21 spots to 22nd after his century in early innings. while Ollie Pope (up seven spots to 52) and Dom Sibley (up 17 spots to 55) have also advanced among hitters.
Mark Wood, who finished with four wickets in the game, has gone from position 48 to 42 and is captain Joe Root He ranks 82 among bowlers. Newcomer Ollie Robinson has entered the batting list at position 91 and the bowling list at position 69.

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