Tuesday , May 11 2021

Yadav and Hafeez win a lot after anxious performances



10cc1Kuldeep Yadav from India and Pakistan Mohammad Hafeez have received prizes with the latest latest jumps MRC Tires ICC Men of T20I Sports Sites after they play key parts in their convincing exhibitors for their respective competitors in the recently collected T20I series.

Yadav raised five squares in two games on an average of 5.6 earning his 3-0 investment over the Windies. This has helped him to create 14 places for high career 23rd in the bowling table.

Hafeez was a spectacular with the bat against New Zealand and its series of 132 runs at a strike rate of 145 has risen 16 places to 53rd in the batting chart.

Pakistan and India and the same 3-0 series win mean that they have won points in the MRF Tires ICC Men T20I Team Sites, while New Zealand and Windies have moved to opposite directions.

Pakistan's ranking number one has collected two points and India's ranked number two has pocketed three points, moving to 138 and 127 points respectively, while New Zealand and four sites in India & West based on 112 and 102 points back after dropping four points individually.

Other bats to make remarkable improvements in the latest update include Rohit Sharma in the seventh (up by three places), Kane Williamson at 12th (up by three places), Shikhar Dhawan is 16th (up to five places) and Ross Taylor at 59th (up by five places).

Pakistan's Babar Azam is leading the batting board, which has won 14 points following its series of 126 series, which has opened the gap with the Australian Finch Aaron Finch to 19 points.

Many bowlers have made significant moves up. These include the Ashraf Faheem in the seventh (up by nine places), Imad Wasim is an eighth (up by two places), Bhuvneshwar Kumar at 19th (up by nine places), Jasprit Bumrah is 21st (up by five places), Carlos Brathwaite at 29th (up by four places), Tim Southee is 36th (up by five places), Adam Milne is 40th (up by five places) and Hafeez at 59th (up to 20 places).

Rashid Khan Afghanistan is still a number one bowler. He leads 41 Shadab Khan points, with England Adil Rashid in a third place.

There is no change in the top four of all the listers with Glenn Maxwell Australia leading the field. Mohammad Nabi is second, and then Shakib Al Hasan and JP Duminy.

In the meantime, Australia will be part of the remaining four T20Is later this month. They will play South Africa in a one-off Carrara game on November 17, before taking India into a three-game series on 21, 23 and 25 November.

If Australia wins the four games, then they will rise to a second site on 126 points. However, if they lose the four games, then they will end at the sixth site at 112 points.

In the same way, South Africa will win three points if they win on November 17, while India will move to 129 points if they win the three games against Australia.

Games to come:

November 17 – Australia v South Africa, Carrara, Gold Coast

November 21st – Australia v India, Adelaide

November 23 – Australia v India, Melbourne

November 25 – Australia v India, Sydney

MRC Tires Men's T20I Team Rankings (as on November 12, following India v Windies and Pakistan v New Zealand series)

Site Team Points

1. Pakistan 138 (+2)

2. India 127 (+3)

3. Australia 118

4. England 118

5. New Zealand 112 (-4)

6. South Africa 111

7. India & West 102 (-4)

8. Afghanistan 92

9. Sri Lanka 87

10. Bangladesh 77

11. Scotland 62

12. Zimbabwe 55

13. UAE 50

14. The Netherlands 50

15. Hong Kong 42

16. Oman 39

17. Ireland 34

* Nepal has 26 degree points but it needs to play one more game before putting it on site

(Developed by David Kendix)

MRC Tires ICC Men of T20I Sports Sites (as on November 12, following India v Windies and Pakistan v New Zealand series)

BATSMEN (top 20)

Grade (+/-) Top Rated Player Team Points

1 (-) Babar Azam Pak 858 54.26 881 v Win in Karachi 2018

2 (-) Aaron Finch Aus 839 41.05 900 v Zim in Harare 2018

3 (+1) Colin Munro NZ 815 33.60 830 v Pak yn Dubai 2018

4 (-1) Lokesh Rahul Ind 780 47.18 854 v Eng at Old Trafford 2018

5 (-) Fakhar Zaman Pak 749 28.24 842 v Aws in Harare 2018

6 (+1) Glenn Maxwell Aus 742 31.51 801 v NZ at Auckland 2018

7 (+3) Rohit Sharma Ind 707 33.43 718 v Win at Lucknow 2018

8 (-2) Martin Guptill NZ 703 34.40 793 v SA in Hamilton 2012

9 (-1) Alex Hales Eng 697 32.10 866 v Ind at Edgbaston 2014

10 (-1) Jason Roy Eng 688! 23.21 688 v SL in Colombo (RPS) 2018

11 (-) D & # 39; Arcy Aus Byr 677 * 38.41 756 v UAE in Abu Dhabi 2018

12 (+3) Kane Williamson NZ 664 31.64 760 v Ban yn Napier 2017

13 (+1) M. Shahzad Afg 647 31.22 706 v Ire in Greater Noida 2017

14 = (-2) Evin Lewis Win 632 * 33.06 780 v Eng in Durham 2017

(-2) Virat Kohli Ind 632 48.88 897 v Eng at Edgbaston 2014

16 (+5) Shikhar Dhawan Ind 631 27.87 636 v Ire at Malahide 2018

17 (-1) Shaiman Anwar UAE 630 31.52 636 v PNG in Abu Dhabi 2017

18 (-1) Jos Buttler Eng 610 26.80 614 v Ind ym Mryste 2018

19 (-1) Hashim Amla SA 603 33.60 683 v Ban at Potchefstroom 2017

20 (-1) H. Masakadza Zim 599 27.07 699 v Ban at Khulna 2016

21 (-1) Eoin Morgan Eng 590 28.42 872 v Ind at Old Trafford 2011

22 (-) Faf du Plessis SA 584 35.34 843 v Ban ar Mirpur 2015

23 (-) Joe Root Eng 583 35.77 750 v Winning in Kolkata 2016

24 (-) Kusal Perera SL 582 29.22 751 v SA in Chittagong 2014

25 (+1) JP Duminy SA 554 37.91 713 v NZ in Chittagong 2014

26 (+1) David Miller SA 552 29.28 563 v Ban at Potchefstroom 2017

27 (+1) Sabbir Rahman Ban 551 25.88 650 v NZ at Oval Bay 2017

28 = (+1) Shoaib Malik Pak 542 30.84 577 v SL in Colombo (RPS) 2009

(+2) Kyle Coetzer Sco 542! 25.24 542 v Net at Amstelveen 2018

30 (+1) Paul Stirling Ire 532 25.12 557 v Sco in Deventer 2018

BOWLERS (top 30)

Grade (+/-) Top Rated Player Team Points

1 (-) Rashid Khan Afg 793 12.40 816 v Ban yn Dehradun 2018

2 (-) Shadab Khan Pak 752 17.16 769 v Sco in Edinburgh 2018

3 (+2) Adil Rashid Eng 676! 26.38 676 v SL in Colombo (RPS) 2018

4 (-) Y. Chahal Ind 669 18.75 706 v Ban yn Colombo (RPS) 2018

5 (-2) Ish Sodhi NZ 668 21.10 739 v Pak at Wellington 2018

6 (+2) Imran Tahir SA 653 14.95 795 v NZ in Auckland 2017

7 (+9) Faheem Ashraf Pak 652 *! 19.47 652 v NZ in Dubai 2018

8 (+2) Imad Wasim Pak 651 19.62 780 v Win at Trinidad 2017

9 (-) Billy Stanlake Aus 640 * 19.65 653 v Pak yn Dubai 2018

10 (+1) Andrew Tye Aus 634 21.75 658 v Pak at Harare 2018

11 (+1) Shakib Al Hasan Ban 633 21.06 672 v Pak at Mirpur 2014

12 (+1) Mohammad Nabi Afg 630 24.25 638 v Ban at Dehradun 2018

13 (-7) Mitchell Santner NZ 626 21.37 731 v Pak at Wellington 2018

14 (-) M. Naveed United Arab Emirates 622 17.96 632 v Afghanistan in Dubai (GCA) 2016

15 (-) Liam Plunkett Eng 621 25.00 644 v Ind in Cardiff 2018

16 (-9) Samuel Badree Win 616 21.07 855 v Pak at Mirpur 2014

17 (-1) Chris Jordan Eng 611 28.00 628 v Ind at Nagpur 2017

18 (+1) M. Rahman Ban 598 17.44 695 v SL in Colombo (RPS) 2017

19 = (+9) B. Kumar Ind 595 24.16 622 v SA in Cape Town 2018

(+1) David Willey Eng 595 24.67 615 v Ind in Cardiff 2018

21 (+5) Jasprit Bumrah Ind 589 19.65 764 v Eng at Bengaluru 2017

22 (-) Adam Zampa Aus 585 * 18.84 599 v NZ in Sydney 2018

23 (+14) Kuldeep Yadav Ind 584 * 12.48 596 v Winning at Lucknow 2018

24 (-) Mark Watt Sco 568 26.36 573 v Pak in Edinburgh 2018

25 (-) Ahmed Raza UAE 567 39.66 578 v PNG in Abu Dhabi 2017

26 (-) George Dockrell Ire 566 19.18 668 v Zim yn Sylhet 2014

27 (-9) Trent Boult NZ 564 21.18 622 v Aws in Sydney 2018

28 (-7) Hasan Ali Pak 556 22.81 590 v NZ in Abu Dhabi 2018

29 (+4) Carlos Brathwaite Win 555 30.25 582 v Ind in Kolkata 2018

30 (-1) Akila Dananjaya SL 553 * 30.35 564 v SA in Colombo (RPS) 2018

ALL-ROUNDERS (top 10)

Degree (+/-) Top Points Player Points

1 (-) Glenn Maxwell Aus 345 396 v Eng in Melbourne 2018

2 (-) Mohammad Nabi Afg 313 323 v Ban at Dehradun 2018

3 (-) Shakib Al Hasan Ban 310 408 v Pak at Mirpur 2015

4 (-) JP Duminy SA 225 276 v Ban ar Mirpur 2015

5 = (+1) Mahmudullah Ban 213 215 v Afg in Dehradun 2018

(+1) Thisara Perera SL 213 214 v Winning Lord 2018

7 (+1) Paul Stirling Ire 208 227 v UAE at Sylhet 2014

8 (+1) R. Berrington Sco 202 / * 203 v Net at Amstelveen 2018

9 = (-4) Marlon Samuels Win 197 321 v SL at Mirpur 2014

(+1) Sean Williams Zim 197 * / 224 v Afg in Nagpur 2016

* indicates temporary scale; bats qualify for a full rating after scoring 600 or more runs; a bowler is eligible for a full rating after having a 400 class bowling.

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