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October 23, 2020

Huge gains for final match centurions Bairstow, Maxwell and Carey

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England opener Jonny Bairstow and the Australia pair of Glenn Maxwell and Alex Carey, all of whom slammed centuries in the final match of their ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League series in Manchester, have made remarkable gains in the ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings.

Bairstow topped the series aggregate with 196 runs after his 126-ball 112 in the final match to make a return to the top 10. The previous best for the 30-year-old Yorkshire player was ninth position in October 2018. He is now within 23 points of his career-best rating points of 777.

Maxwell and Carey, who were involved in a 212-run fifth-wicket stand that helped Australia complete a thrilling three-wicket victory and take the series 2-1, are next to each other in the rankings table led by the India pair of captain Virat Kohli and opener Rohit Sharma.

Maxwell has gained five places to take joint 26th position along with Paul Stirling of Ireland after scoring 186 runs in the series, while Carey comes in next after his total of 152 runs elevated him 11 places to a career-best 28th position.

Others to move up in the list include Australia’s Marnus Labuschagne (up 20 places to a career-best 63rd) and Sam Billings of England, who scored 118 in the first match to finish with 183 runs in the series, only behind Bairstow and Maxwell, making it to the top 100 for the first time.

England all-rounder Chris Woakes is a major gainer in the rankings for bowlers, advancing three places to a career-best fourth position after finishing with six wickets in the series. Woakes is now second in the list of all-rounders after also notching 89 runs in the series. His compatriot Ben Stokes is among those he has overtaken to reach within 20 points of Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi.

Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood has returned to the top 10 for the first time in nearly two years, his player of the match performance of 3/34 in the first match the highlight of a four-wicket tally. He has moved up from 15th to eighth position.

England fast bowler Jofra Archer has gained 18 slots to reach a career-best 10th place after finishing with seven wickets in the series including a player of the match effort of 3/34 in the second match.

Australia leg-spinner Adam Zampa’s series-topping 10 wickets have lifted him to 21st position.

Five-time World champions Australia collected 20 points from their first series of the Super League, introduced to add context to bilateral ODI series. The top seven teams from the Super League and hosts India book direct spots for the 2023 World Cup.

England lead the points table with 30 points but are the only team to have played two series, winning 2-1 at home against Ireland early on in the championship.

ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings (as of 17 Sep 2020):

Batsmen (top 10)

Rank(+/-)PlayerTeamPtsAvgeHighest rating
1( – )Virat KohliIndia 871 59.33909 v Eng at Headingley 2018
   2( – )Rohit SharmaIndia 855 49.27882 v SL at Headingley 2019
   3( – )Babar AzamPak 829 54.17844 v NZ at Wellington 2018
   4( – )Ross TaylorNZ 818 48.44836 v India at Auckland 2020
   5( – )Faf du PlessisSA 790 47.47814 v Aus at Old Trafford 2019
   6(+2)K WilliamsonNZ 765 47.48792 v SA at Centurion 2015
   7( – )Aaron FinchAus 762 40.84791 v Eng at Lord’s 2019
   8(-2)David WarnerAus 759 44.94868 v Pak at Adelaide 2017
   9(+1)Q de KockSA 755 44.65809 v SL at Durban 2019
  10(+3)Jonny BairstowEng 754 47.16769 v Aus at Durham 2018

Other selected rankings

Rank(+/-)PlayerTeamPtsAvgeHighest rating
26=(+5)Glenn MaxwellAus 64733.29727 v India at Canberra 2016
  28(+11)Alex CareyAus 628*!35.72628 v Eng at Old Trafford 2020
  46(+3)Marcus StoinisAus 54132.52612 v Eng at Perth Stadium 2018
  63(+20)M LabuschagneAus 509*!43.77509 v Eng at Old Trafford 2020
  93=(+44)Sam BillingsEng 415*!36.62415 v Aus at Old Trafford 2020
  99(+8)Adil RashidEng 388!18.94388 v Aus at Old Trafford 2020

Bowlers (top 10)

Rank(+/-)PlayerTeamPtsAvgeEcoHighest Rating
1( – )Trent BoultNZ72225.295.03768 v WI at Old Trafford 2019
   2( – )Jasprit BumrahIndia71924.434.55838 v WI at Thiruvananthapur 2018
   3( – )M Ur RahmanAfg701*!22.443.94701 v WI at Lucknow 2019
   4(+3)Chris WoakesEng675!30.345.54675 v Aus at Old Trafford 2020
   5( – )Kagiso RabadaSA66527.344.99718 v Eng at Lord’s 2017
   6(-2)Pat CumminsAus65928.485.20725 v SL at The Oval 2019
   7(-1)M AmirPak657!29.624.85657 v SL at Karachi 2019
   8(+7)J HazlewoodAus65425.904.70726 v Eng at Adelaide 2018
   9(-1)Matt HenryNZ64126.485.40664 v Aus at Hamilton 2016
10=( – )Mitchell StarcAus63722.485.11781 v NZ at Melbourne 2015

Other selected rankings

Rank(+/-)PlayerTeamPtsAvgeEcoHighest Rating
 21(+10)Adam ZampaAus 601!33.44 5.56601 v Eng at Old Trafford 2020
  86(+5)Tom CurranEng 387*38.07 5.98402 v Pak at Trent Bridge 2019

All-rounders (top five) 

Rank(+/-)PlayerTeamPtsHighest Rating
1( – )M Nabi  Afg301346 v Ire at Greater Noida 2017
2(+3)Chris Woakes  Eng281307 v NZ at Christchurch 2018
3( – )Imad Wasim  Pak278*/281 v SL at Karachi 2019
4(-2)Ben Stokes  Eng276303 v NZ at Lord’s 2019
5(-1)C de Grandhomme  NZ265*/*266 v India at Bay Oval 2020
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