DubaiIndia captain Virat Kohli moves up to fifth position in T20I rankings Kohli moved up one place to fifth in the rankings after scoring two consecutive half-centuries in the series against England.
KL Rahul, who failed in the first three T20s, slipped one place to fourth. Babur Assam climbed to third while David Malan remained in first and Aaron Finch in second.
Back-to-back fifties in the ongoing #INDvENG series have helped Virat Kohli reclaim the No.5 spot in the MRFWorldwide ICC T20I Player Rankings
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Buttler moved up five places to 19th with an 83-run innings in the third T20I against India. Butler’s career best is ranked 17th. Bairstow climbed two places to 14th.
Joffre Archer was ranked 34th. Mark Wood was 39th and Sam Karan was 74th. Shreyas Iyer was ranked 31st and Rishabh Pant was ranked 80th. Among batsman all-rounders, Washington Sunder moved up two places to 11th.