India's captain and vice-captain Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have retained the top two spots in the ICC ODI ranking for batsmen. Kohli is at the top position with 871 points followed by Rohit with 855. Pakistan's Babar Azam is at the number three spot with 829 points.
Swashbuckling Australian batsman David Warner has become the world’s number one batsman in one-dayers for the first time. Warner scored his career best 179 in the fifth One-Day International against Pakistan in Adelaide
Pakistan players now occupy the top two positions in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Player Rankings for ODI bowlers after a strong performance from Mohammad Hafeez in the recent three-match series in Bangladesh.
Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, named the player of the tournament following India's 5-0 white wash against England in the ODI Series, jumped 2 places to reach the third spot in the latest ICC ODI Player rankings on Wednesday.