India retain top spot in one-dayers
India continued at the top slot with 119 points, followed by England, while a 5-0 series victory over the West Indies saw Australia gain three rating points to be at the third place with 116 points.
In the rankings for ODI batsmen, comeback man Shane Watson of Australia broke into the top 10 after jumping six places to eighth. Watson ended as the leading run-getter of the West Indies series with 198 runs from three games at an average of 66.
The batting chart continues to be headed by South Africa’s stylish batsman Hashim Amla, followed by his captain AB de Villiers and India’s Virat Kohli in third place.
In the ICC Player Rankings for ODI bowlers, West Indies’ Sunil Narine has moved up a place to third to reclaim his career-best placing thus far.
The bowlers’ table is still headed by Pakistan’s Saeed Ajmal, with Mohammad Hafeez in second place.
There is no change in the top 10 of the all-rounders’ list. Hafeez continues to head this table with Shakib Al Hasan and Watson in second and third places respectively.