After the third Test of Sri Lanka-India, the ICC has released the latest ranking of Test batsmen. Man of the series Shikhar Dhawan and Man of the Match Hardik Pandya, who scored a magnificent century in the Pallakele Test, got the best ranking of their career, while in the top 10, four batsmen from India (Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, KL Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane) has joined and Shikhar Dhawan also get some Great hike in Test Batsman Ranking.
Australia captain Steve Smith still remains in first place. Cheteshwar Pujara failed to make much contribution to Pallekele Test and went from one place to the fourth position. Virat Kohli retains the fifth place. With the benefit of two places, KL Rahul, Ninth and Ajinkya Rahane have moved up to the tenth place from four places. In Top 10, Ken Williamson (third), Johnny Barstow (sixth), Azhar Ali (seventh) and Hashim Amla (eighth) have benefited from each place. David Warner is 11th out of the top 10.
Shikhar Dhawan out of top 10, 28th in the 10th position with great advantage and hard-hitting Pandya, who scored a century in the third Test, 45 places that have gone from 68 places with a tremendous advantage. Riddhman Saha (45th) and Ravichandran Ashwin (49th) have lost each place, while Ravindra Jadeja remains at 51st position. Online Cricket Betting India
Dinesh Chandimal from Sri Lanka with the advantage of two places is 33rd and Niroshana Dikewala is 61st with the advantage of 7 places. Angelo Mathews is on the 19th, Kusle Mendis 22nd, Dimuthararten 30th and Upul Tharanga at 58th place.
The Test series between England-West Indies and Bangladesh-Australia can have an impact on the rankings and see who stakes in the top battle between Steve Smith and Joe Root?
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