ODI Top Spot Up For Grabs When India Faces South Africa
He will lead the first place in a row when South Africa, India, and the Table Cup play a six-match series starting Thursday in Durban.
India captain Virat Kohli could lead the ODI table if he wins the 4-2 series or better while retaining first place, South Africa will have to shoot the series.
However, India will slip behind third England at a fraction point if South Africa wins the 5-1 series or better.At the same time, there is still the commander of India, Virat Kohli, leader of the ICC order ODI player Strait with 876 points, just before South Africa AB de Villiers (872). Australian David Warner was third at 823, followed by Rohit Sharma (816) and Pakistani Babar Azzam (813).
Mahendra Singh Dhoni slipped to 13th place just above the Shikhar Dhawan Indian Post. Among the pacer, Hadi was Jasprit Bumrah (728 points) firmly in third place behind leader Imran Tahir (743) South Africa’s Trent Boult (729) of New Zealand.
The left rotor, Akshar Patel, is the only Indian in tenth place in tenth place with 643 points. There are no Indian characteristics at the top of the international ranking of the top ten ODI player players for ICC, led by Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh, followed by Mohammad Hafeez and Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi of Pakistan.
In the ODI team standings, world champion in Australia, two places fell to fifth place, while the winners of the ICC Pakistan Champions Trophy awarded three points after a month of cricket ball work, which saw 17 ODIs play between the seven Team in Australia, Bangladesh, New Zealand.
While the tournament of 50 champions, Australia fell to the team table, England and New Zealand were rewarded for their impressive performance against Australia and Pakistan, respectively.
England (116) advanced to third place with a 2-0 win and New Zealand (115) moved up to fourth after winning three points.
Australia lost 5-1 to fifth in the series, while Pakistan, having beaten New Zealand 5-0, finished sixth with 96 points. The first five sides are always separated by nine points.
In Bangladesh, they clashed with hosts Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe in a three-game series, culminating on Saturday with Sri Lanka defeating Bangladesh in the final round of 79.
In the playoffs, all three teams maintained pre-run rankings, but Bangladesh conceded two points to 90 points, while Zimbabwe gained one point to 53 points. Sri Lanka remained at 84 points.
Afghanistan will also be ranked eleventh and tenth in Zimbabwe in Sharjah, the two sides will discuss a series of five Audi in Sharjah from February 9 to 19.