Latest ICC ODI Rankings: Ahead of the semi-final matches of the World Cup 2023, there has been a major change in the ICC ODI rankings. Indian fast bowler Mohammad Siraj’s reign has been stripped away in the latest ODI rankings released on Tuesday. South African spinner Keshav Maharaj has gained one place to become the number-1 ODI bowler. Siraj has slipped to the second position in the list of bowlers. He has 723 rating points in his account. Maharaj has 726 marks. Maharaj has taken 14 wickets in 9 matches so far in the tournament while Siraj has taken 12 wickets. South Africa will face Australia in the semi-finals on Thursday (November 16).
of India dash Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah (687) jumped four places to the fourth position. Spinner Kuldeep Yadav (695 points) has lost one place and is at the fifth position. Australian spinner Adam Zampa (695 points) remains at the third position. Zampa (22 wickets) currently tops the list of bowlers who have taken the most wickets in the World Cup. Pakistani fast bowler Shaheen Afridi (650 points) has moved from fifth to ninth position. At the same time, if we talk about the ranking of batsmen, Indian captain Rohit Sharma has moved up to the fifth position with an advantage of one place. He has 760 marks. Rohit has added 502 runs in the tournament.
India’s star opener Shubman Gill (832 points) remains at the top. Pakistan captain Babar Azam (824 points), South African wicketkeeper batsman Quinton de Kock (773 points) and dash Cricketer Virat Kohli (772 points) are present at the second, third and fourth positions respectively. Kohli is currently the highest run-scorer in the World Cup. He has scored 594 runs. He is followed by de Kock (591 runs). India will face New Zealand in the semi-finals on Wednesday (November 15). Australian opener David Warner has slipped to seventh after losing two places. He has 751 marks. Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan (330 points) is at the top in the ranking of all-rounders. India’s spinner all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja (228 points) is at the tenth position.