Test rankings: Bumrah No. 4 in bowlers’ list, Karunaratne at career-best No. 5 among batters


Jason Holder returns to the highest spot for allrounders following the Antigua Take a look at towards England

Whereas Bumrah’s maiden five-for at residence, within the second Test in Bengaluru – and eight wickets within the match – helped him transfer up six spots as much as No. 4, Karunaratne’s decided fourth-innings knock of 107 pushed him up three spots to a career-best No. 5 within the batting charts.*

Bumrah left behind the likes of Shaheen Shah Afridi, Kyle Jamieson, Tim Southee, James Anderson, Neil Wagner and Josh Hazlewood on his approach up, his eighth five-wicket haul in Assessments main India to a 2-0 sequence sweep and rendering Karunaratne’s preventing effort on a testing Chinnaswamy observe in useless.

Jason Holder reclaimed the highest spot amongst Take a look at allrounders after Ravindra Jadeja briefly displaced him following his 175 not out and 9 wickets within the first Take a look at towards Sri Lanka in Mohali. Holder’s all-round contributions of three wickets, and 45 and 37 not out with the bat, ensured West Indies held on to attract the first Test against England in Antigua.
Holder’s team-mate Nkrumah Bonner, who hit 123 and 38 not out in a Participant-of-the-Match efficiency, gained 22 locations to rise as much as No. 22 within the batting rankings, whereas Shreyas Iyer‘s twin half-centuries in Bengaluru helped him bounce 40 spots to No. 37. Iyer was the Participant of the Match within the recreation following knocks of 92 and 67.

*10.20am GMT, March 16: The copy incorrectly acknowledged Dimuth Karunaratne was as much as No. 3. This has been corrected.

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